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    271889271890 I'm just trying to follow where...

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    I'm just trying to follow where in the chain those voltages can matter, not doubting its possible.

    Basically the servo drives are non smart, all they do is take a signal from the...
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    Not sure exactly how the tm1 compares to a vf2,...

    Not sure exactly how the tm1 compares to a vf2, but have you checked to see if you can do one side at a time? That solves a number of issues you'll have if you take it clear off.
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    As to the voltage, why would that be? This is...

    As to the voltage, why would that be? This is the updated control, its not the 96 vintage.
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    Its not immediately obvious to me which thrust...

    Its not immediately obvious to me which thrust bearing, X or Y?
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    X vs Y cut finish

    Any ideas what to look at first for cut differences between the X and Y?

    The attached photos were spring passed at 9500RPM / 100IPM with a 1/2" HTC 3 flute carbide tool. The cut sounds exactly...
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    Does this machine have a probe?

    Does this machine have a probe?
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    Where do the wires from the CPU end at?

    Where do the wires from the CPU end at?
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    The power supplies are known for going bad. When...

    The power supplies are known for going bad. When they go bad there are any number of symptoms. If it was my machine I'd change it before working in anything else, or at least check the voltages...
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    The number one thing to try on older machines is...

    The number one thing to try on older machines is a new power supply.
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    I bought a walrus pump and added a washdown at...

    I bought a walrus pump and added a washdown at one point, but gave up on it as it used too much coolant, if anything plugged at all there would be a lake of coolant. The only way I could see this...
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    @aa9100d which washdown system did you buy?

    @aa9100d which washdown system did you buy?
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    Are you aware that unless the probe is exactly...

    Are you aware that unless the probe is exactly centered the it needs to be in the same orientation every time?(ie, not 180 degrees difference) Even if it is exact, I'd still suspect a slight...
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    No, it's more of a sqeal noise, double pitch on...

    No, it's more of a sqeal noise, double pitch on the way out.
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    I'm not sure, I think I did though. Everything...

    I'm not sure, I think I did though. Everything is and was well lubed. This noise doesn't seem to get worse with time, and so far there is no leak. This noise is somewhat worse in the lower ranges,...
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    There are counterbalances available. Counter...

    There are counterbalances available.

    Counter Balance Cylinder Only as Compared to Old Haas(R) PN# 93-1460 VFOE Thru VF2 | eBay

    COUNTERBALANCE TANK/CYLINDER KIT, 40 CU FT (VF-E-2) |...
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    Dredging this up, I'm still dealing with this. ...

    Dredging this up, I'm still dealing with this. I'm finding that the counterbalance is quite warm to the touch. Has anyone else seen this type of issue? Its annoying to hear the machine groaning...
  17. I had been using a full synthetic cimcool...

    I had been using a full synthetic cimcool 3100-vlz. Last time I tried to order they were about 3 weeks out and I couldn't find any anywhere. Plus I got tired of the whole distributor song and dance....
  18. I do with my 96 vf2, 20/15 vector drive. I do...

    I do with my 96 vf2, 20/15 vector drive. I do have Accel set to 150% or so, which you can't do on ngc I don't believe.
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    If it works, why not use it? If you must do...

    If it works, why not use it?

    If you must do linuxcnc, learn the control a bit, you may soon see why even a 93 control has some significant items that will be hard to replicate with linuxcnc. Like...
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    I don't have mine connected right now so it won't...

    I don't have mine connected right now so it won't let me scroll the options. I did find some params the HFO sent me though.266038
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    Isn't there a plain 210h in the setup? I recently...

    Isn't there a plain 210h in the setup? I recently added a hrt210h to Mill v17, haas really didn't have much info for me, basically told me to select it from the menu. It worked out of the box for me....
  22. I changed one that has to do with max delay...

    I changed one that has to do with max delay between positions. It's twice as fast, so with the old setting it won't error out like it should if there is a problem. It might be the turret ones, I...
  23. I did this to my 96 vf2, it has been a very good...

    I did this to my 96 vf2, it has been a very good update. Also be sure to change your params to match the faster speed.
  24. Thread: Dry run speed

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    Dry run speed

    I have the classic control. I tried dry run for the first time here, it appears to set rapids on about 1%, and takes about 1 minute to change tools, etc, then is extremely slow. There appears to be...
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    Is your rpm low enough?

    Is your rpm low enough?
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