Haas Sl 20 Parts Manual
The specific manuals for SL 20 are as follows: Operator’s Manual Snorkel part number - 300206 Repair Parts Manual Snorkel part number - 300210. Parts list continued on next page SL 20 – 01-97 through 01-01 1-3. Base frame item part no qty description 51 300928 1 Brake pin, left hand. Find great deals on eBay for haas sl lathe. Material Handling Manuals & Books. New Listing Haas SL-20, Big Bore (2.5' bar), Barfeeder, Parts catcher, underpower. Honda Pressure Washer Pwh 2500 Manual there.
Featuring: • Haas CNC Lathe New in 2000 • Swing Over front apron - 23' • Swing Over cross slide - 9.5' • Spindle Bore - 3.00' • Maximum bar capacity - 2.06' • Maximum cutting length - 20.0' • Spindle: Maximum speed - 40-4,000 RPM • Spindle Motor - 20 HP • X-Axis Travel - 8.45' • Z-Axis Travel - 20' • Rapid Traverse Rate - X-590, Z-708 ipm • Turret Capacity - 10 • Tailstock Taper - MT #4 • Tailstock Travel - 20' • Approximate Machine Weight - 11,000 Lbs. • Approximate Machine Dimensions - 127'LR x 75'FB x 74'H Equipped with: • Haas 32 Bit CNC control • RS-232C Port Interface for DNC Operation • 8' Dia. Hydraulic 3-Jaw Chuck • Fully Programmable Tailstock • 10 Station Turret • Quick Code Programming • Bar Feed Interface Option Only • Rigid Tapping • Chip Removal Auger • Spindle Orientation • Tool Presetter • Parts Catcher • Standard Coolant System w/Tank & Pump • Fully Enclosed Splash & Safety Guarding • Misc. Tooling • All Available Manuals.
We got one back in Jan. We also have a Hitachi 23J. The Haas is not as robust as the Hitachi but it's a really nice machine.
We don't have the parts catcher so I can't comment on that. The tailstock can be a bit of a pain IMO, because it seems you have to mess with the settings for different jobs. The presetter works just fine. Once I got used to the roughing canned cycles,I really liked the machine. Do you have VQC? It's kinda cool.
If you have anymore questions,post and I'll be glad to help if I can Ford. I’ve had mine for two plus years. I have the parts catcher, tailstock and live tooling.
Personally I think the live tooling option is a no-brainer especially for a job shop. The parts catcher is easy to set-up and it allows unloading parts without interrupting a cycle.
I have no problems with the tailstock. One m code brings it up another moves it back. You have to give it a “rapid to position” I use a inch from the part faceand a “hold position” this is a negative value, inside the partI use.200then if the tail stock ever gets to the.200 position then the part has been pushed back or is not there and an alarm occurs.very intuitivevery easyit works. The tailstock also has a programmable “safe zone” that will prevent a crash. Programming this safe area is not intuitive:rolleyes: and I had to get walked thru it several times by some very helpful techs. Lately I have been ignoring the safe zone settings and just reduce the rapids to 5% and single block thru the program to check for problems. This is my first experience with a tool pre-setterit can’t get any simplerbut do REMEBER to swing the tool pre-setter away before indexing to the next tool.
DON’T use the “next tool” button after touching off a tool and the pre-setter is still in positioncrash city Suzuki 175 Hp Outboard Manual. !!
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