PRE-INSTALLATION [GUIDE]

VF-6/50

   
 
   
 
CNC Vertical Mill with 64" x 32" x 30" travels
  • 50 Taper
  • 3 Axis
  • 7.5k RPM
  • 30+1 Tool Capacity

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* V Model Machines are only available in CNY pricing

Haas Delivered Price

This price includes shipping cost, export and import duties, insurance, and any other expenses incurred during shipping to a location in France agreed with you as a buyer. No other mandatory costs can be added to the delivery of a Haas CNC Product.

Pre-Installation Checklist

Introduction


Your machine installation is easier and faster if the installation site is correctly prepared. Gather this information:

  • Make sure that your floor is correct for the machine. Refer to the "Placement and Preparation" in this document for more information.
    • If you must pour a new foundation, make sure that you have sufficient time for the concrete to reach 28-day strength.
  • Clear the installation location. Make a clear path to bring the machine to the location.
  • Make sure that you have the correct electrical wiring and air conduit to the machine location.
  • Schedule the installation date and time. Tell your HFO so that they can send a technician.
  • If you have questions about this procedure, contact your HFO for more information.

Click here to view the step-by-step installation procedure guide of your machine.

Placement and Preparation


Foundation

You must put your machine on a solid and stable concrete foundation. The standard 6" (150 mm) concrete floor in industrial buildings is usually sufficient. Refer to these specifications:

  • The concrete must be poured directly on the grade.
  • The concrete must be 3500 psi (240 bar) at 28-day strength.
  • The concrete aggregate must be 1" (25 mm) mix.
  • The steel reinforcement must be 40 ksi (2700 bar) tensile strength.
  • The excavation must be cut near flat ground. Remove any loose material in the excavation. This prevents settling.
  • Follow all local building codes and regulations.
  • Continuous slab

Anchoring

For best cutting performance, Haas recommends anchoring your machine. Click here to view anchoring kits for your machine

Machine anchor kits are available from your HFO. These kits do not meet building, seismic, or stationary equipment installation specifications. Contact a specialist if you need to meet these specifications.

  • Click here for the anchoring instructions and anchor footprint. 

Machine Placement

You can use a forklift, roller dolly, or an overhead crane to move your machine. Be sure to use a lifting device with sufficient capacity.

Refer to this list when you plan your machine placement:

  • Put the machine onto a continuous concrete slab.
  • The leveling feet of the machine must be at least 12" (300 mm) from the edge of the concrete slab.
  • Isolate the machine from vibration from other machines or other sources.
  • Do not put the machine on inappropriate surfaces. This includes asphalt, brick, wood, or dirt.
  • If you plan to put the machine on a floor other than the ground level, consult with a structural expert.

You must have access to the control cabinet for safety and regular operations. Make sure you have a space of 3' (1 m) between the control cabinet and any structures.

Your HFO service technician completes the final leveling procedure.

Optional Component Location

Make sure the machine location has sufficient space for optional components, such as:

  • Chip Conveyor – You must have space to remove and install the conveyor for maintenance.
  • Haas Bar Feeder – You must have space on the spindle side of the machine.
  • External Transformers.

 

Layout Drawing

Lifting Instructions 


Read these instructions in their entirety before attempting to lift the machine.

WARNING:
IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT PREPARATION AND LIFTING OF THE MACHINE BE PERFORMED BY PROFESSIONAL RIGGERS. THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE TO BE USED AS A REFERENCE GUIDE ONLY.

IMPORTANT: VF-Series – The top column attachment points are the main lifting points and should remain vertically oriented to the floor throughout the entire lift.  Refer to the lifting placard to locate all critical lifting points.

Specialized equipment is necessary to ensure that the machine is secure and level during lifting. The front chains attached to the base help to stabilize the machine, and should not carry the main load. When lifting the machine, slowly lift until all chains are taut, then lift the machine, making sure it stays balanced. Remove lifting brackets and hardware before machine operation, unless otherwise noted. Lifting kits are available for most machines. Kits include lifting brackets and mounting hardware. It is the customer’s responsibility to supply all chains and spreader bars required to properly lift the machine. Contact a local Haas Factory Outlet (HFO) for more information. Store lifting brackets and hardware in a safe place to use if you move the machine again. Use only Haas-supplied lifting hardware. If lifting hardware is lost or damaged, contact your HFO. Refer to the lifting placard on the rear of the machine for model-specific lifting information.

Refer to the lifting placard. Attach the lifting bracket and chains as shown. Make sure that the chains do not contact the sheet metal enclosure or electrical cables. Note the use of spreader bars. Haas Automation, Inc. does not provide spreader bars.

Air Requirements | Shipping Dims | Electrical Specs

Air Requirements S.A.E METRIC
Air Required 4 scfm @ 100 psi 113 L/min @ 6.9 bar
Inline Air Hose 3/8 in 3/8 in
Coupler (Air) 3/8 in 3/8 in
Air Pressure Min 80 psi 5.5 bar
Dimensions - Shipping S.A.E METRIC
Domestic Pallet 195 in x 102 in x 132 in 496 cm x 260 cm x 336 cm
Export Crate 195 in x 105 in x 136 in 496 cm x 267 cm x 346 cm
Weight 25500 lb 11567.0 kg
Domestic Pallet w/EC Option 195 in 102 in 140 in 496 cm 260 cm 356 cm
Export Crate w/EC Option 195 in 105 in 144 in 496 cm 267 cm 366 cm
Weight w/EC Option 25800 lb 11703 kg
Electrical Specification S.A.E METRIC
Spindle Speed 7500 rpm 7500 rpm
Drive System 2-Speed Gearbox 2-Speed Gearbox
Spindle Power 30.0 hp 22.4 kW
Input AC Voltage (3 Phase) - Low 220 VAC 220 VAC
Full Load Amps (3 Phase) - Low 70 A 70 A
Input AC Voltage (3 Phase) - High 440 VAC 440 VAC
Full Load Amps (3 Phase) - High 35 A 35 A

Optional Spindles

SPINDLE SPINDLE DRIVE PEAK (HP/KW) PEAK TORQUE (ft-lbs/Nm) INPUT AC VOLTAGE FULL LOAD AMPS
7.5K-rpm High-Performace Spindle Gearbox 60/44.7 392/531

220 (3 Phase)

440* (3 Phase) 

105

53

10K-rpm High-Performace Spindle Gearbox 60/44.7 392/531

220 (3 Phase)

440* (3 Phase) 

105

53

Air Requirements for Haas Machines

Your machine must have a clean, dry air supply at a minimum pressure and volume to operate correctly. Refer to the table below.

  • For the location of the air inlet, refer to the Machine Layout Drawing located at http://haascnc.com.

Note: If you make auxiliary air connections, they must be on the input (unregulated) side of the air filter/regulator or air shutoff valve.

  • Supply compressed air with a minimum 2 hp (1.5 kW) compressor with a minimum of 20-gallon (75 L) tank, made for continuous duty.
  • Your compressor must have 2 hp (1.5 kW) for each machine (e.g., an installation of 5 machines requires a 10 hp (7.5 kW) compressor).

* If incoming air pressure is higher than 120 psi (8.2 bar), you need to supply an air-pressure regulator.

Coolant


Caution:
 Do not use straight or "neat" mineral oil products as coolant. These products cause damage to the tubing and seals on the machine. If you use a minimum-quantity lubrication system, use only the recommended oils.

Note: Be sure to maintain your coolant mixture to keep the coolant concentrate at acceptable levels. Improperly maintained coolant mixtures can allow machine components to rust. Rust damage is not covered by your warranty.

  • Go to our Machine Tool Coolant resource on www.haascnc.com/video. The Machine Tool Coolant Video Series gives you complete information about coolant maintenance.
  • The machine coolant must be one of these types:
    • soluble oil coolant
    • semi-synthetic coolant
    • synthetic coolant

 

Electrical Requirements for Haas Machines


General

  • The electrical power must meet the applicable safety codes and ordinances.
  • An authorized electrician must make the connection from the main breaker to the machine.
  • Refer to the Machine Layout Drawing for the location of the machine's electrical input.

440 V Power *

  • Haas machines are designed to operate on 220 VAC power. An optional internal high-voltage transformer (380 - 480 VAC) is available for all models, except the CL-1 and CM-1.
  • Note: This optional high-voltage internal transformer is not field installable; it must be ordered with the machine.

Ground

  • The ground wire is required for operator safety and correct operation.
  • A separate ground wire must be connected to the chassis of the machine. The wire must be of the same conductor size as the input power. The wire must have a minimum cross sectional area of 10mm²(AWG #7).
  • The ground wire must be supplied from the main building ground.
  • Do not use a conduit as a ground wire.
  • Do not use a cold-water pipe or ground rod to supply the machine ground buss

Three Phase Power

  • For the MINIMILL, some options, such as Through-Spindle Coolant, require three-phase power.
  • Many machines use three-phase power. This can be Wye or Delta type.
  • You must ground the power source. One leg or center leg for Delta. Neutral for Wye.
  • All phases must be balanced. Voltages must stay constant within +/- 10%.

Single Phase Power

  • For the MINIMILL, some options, such as Through-Spindle Coolant, require three-phase power.
  • Some machines let you use single-phase power. Refer to the "Electrical Specifications" table above.
  • The supplied power must be 208-240 V AC and stay constant within +/- 10%.

Wire Size

  • The wire size requirements depend on your wire lengths. Refer to your local electrical codes.

Service Breaker

  • Make sure the circuit breaker that connects to the machine meets with the Haas Specification. Refer to the "Full Load Amps" column in the "Electrical Specification" table above.
  • Use the next larger-size industrial-grade breaker that meets your local codes and regulations.

Phase Converters

  • Do not use a phase converter unless it is necessary.
  • Phase converters can cause the machine to operate at less than full power.

Rotary Fit Chart

HAAS PRODUCT ROTARY FIT TYPE FIT REQUIREMENTS
HA2TS   POSITIVE FIT This HA2TS Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HA5C   POSITIVE FIT This HA5C Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HA5C2   POSITIVE FIT This HA5C2 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HA5C3   POSITIVE FIT This HA5C3 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HA5C4   POSITIVE FIT This HA5C4 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HA5CS   POSITIVE FIT This HA5CS Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRC160   POSITIVE FIT This HRC160 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRC210   POSITIVE FIT This HRC210 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRT160   POSITIVE FIT This HRT160 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRT160-2   POSITIVE FIT This HRT160-2 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRT160SP   POSITIVE FIT This HRT160SP Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRT160SS   POSITIVE FIT This HRT160SS Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRT210   POSITIVE FIT This HRT210 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRT210-2   POSITIVE FIT This HRT210-2 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRT210M   POSITIVE FIT This HRT210M Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRT210SP   POSITIVE FIT This HRT210SP Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRT310   POSITIVE FIT This HRT310 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRT310SP   POSITIVE FIT This HRT310SP Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRT450   ALTERNATIVE FIT: CAUTION When a HRT450 rotary fits with alternative fixturing, it may fit in that particular Haas mill, but will require a sub-plate or alternate T-slot for proper positioning.
HRTA5   POSITIVE FIT This HRTA5 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRTA6   POSITIVE FIT This HRTA6 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
T5C   POSITIVE FIT This T5C Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
T5C2   POSITIVE FIT This T5C2 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
T5C3   POSITIVE FIT This T5C3 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
T5C4   POSITIVE FIT This T5C4 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
TR160   POSITIVE FIT This TR160 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
TR160-2   POSITIVE FIT This TR160-2 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
TR200Y   POSITIVE FIT This TR200Y Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
TR210   POSITIVE FIT This TR210 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
TR310   POSITIVE FIT This TR310 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
TRT100   POSITIVE FIT This TRT100 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
TRT160   POSITIVE FIT This TRT160 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
TRT210   POSITIVE FIT This TRT210 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
TRT70   POSITIVE FIT This TRT70 Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRT210HT   POSITIVE FIT This HRT210HT Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.
HRT210SS   POSITIVE FIT This HRT210SS Rotary fits with a traditional setup that is most often used on Haas milling machines.

* If a rotary product is not listed, it is does not have a compatible fit with this mill.

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