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    Honestly I would not be concerned about any coating. Its your baby, run what you want. Even if they are galvanized does that mean they cease being a way cover if the coating pulls off. A little common sense

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    Default Galvanized way covers on new Haas machines & waste disposal from install?

    Quote Originally Posted by Speedie View Post
    Honestly I would not be concerned about any coating. Its your baby, run what you want. Even if they are galvanized does that mean they cease being a way cover if the coating pulls off. A little common sense
    It’s the effects the corrosion has on the system. They are galvanneal.


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    It should be easy to remove the zinc electrolytically, although I am not sure of the action at the boundary with the iron where the zinc has diffused into it. You should be all right because the process will remove the zinc in the surface and then you can leave it bare or plate it with something else.

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    I wouldnt worry about it spaghetti. Your going to see more bad gunk on raw stock than youll get from your way covers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djstorm100 View Post
    The material is galvanneal.

    Dynatech makes Haas Ways covers or a portion of them at least.

    Started to show up in machine built after 0ct 2019. Mine has it and pita to keep clean.
    galvanneal that's the name of the stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedie View Post
    I wouldnt worry about it spaghetti. Your going to see more bad gunk on raw stock than youll get from your way covers.
    Don't have a new Haas do ya, Spaghetti?

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    For what those machines cost they should be stainless steel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonlight machine View Post
    For what those machines cost they should be stainless steel.
    I thought that's what they were fabricated from up until the last year or so?

    Our 2015 Haas way covers sure appear to be stainless.

    Thinking I'll ask them about this is the next live-streamed factory demo day...

    Is the switch to galvanneal that significant a cost reduction?

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    The industry standard reference that is mcmaster says it is about 10 percent cheaper for the material

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    Quote Originally Posted by gustafson View Post
    The industry standard reference that is mcmaster says it is about 10 percent cheaper for the material
    Thats 5/8 of fuck all, those cheap bastards need to hear from people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Smith View Post
    Our new, delivered in November, VF-4 has galvanized way covers. I wanted to switch to a clear cutting fluid from Blaser, but the manufacturer said not to use it with the new Hass mills.

    The Hass tech cleaned off all the corrosion protection from both the ST-20 and VF-4.
    The same with Blaser Synergy 735, what coolant are you use instead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andriy77 View Post
    The same with Blaser Synergy 735, what coolant are you use instead?
    Xtreme Cut 250C by QualiChem, no issues after about 8 months.


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