M19 adjusts the spindle to a fixed position. The spindle only orients to the zero position without the optional M19 orient spindle feature.
The orient spindle function allows P and R address codes. For example, M19 P270. orients the spindle to 270 degrees. The R value allows the programmer to specify up to two decimal places; for example, M19 R123.45. View the angle in the Current Commands Tool Load screen.
M119 positions the secondary spindle (DS lathes) the same way.
|The range for M19 or M119 is 0 to 360 degrees. If a negative value if given, it will be ignored and spindle will orient to 0 degrees.|
Spindle orientation is dependent on the mass, diameter, and length of the workpiece and/or the workholding (chuck). Contact the Haas Applications Department if any unusually heavy, large diameter, or long configuration is used.
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