All CNC machines present hazards from rotating cutting tools, belts and pulleys, high voltage electricity, noise, and compressed air. When you use CNC machines and their components, you must always follow basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of personal injury and mechanical damage.
The work area must be adequately illuminated to allow clear view and safe operation of the machine. This includes the operator work area and all areas of the machine that might be accessed during maintenance or cleaning.Adequate illumination is the responsibility of the user.
Cutting tools, workholding, workpiece and coolant are beyond the scope and control of Haas Automation, Inc. Each of these potential hazards associated with it (sharp edges, heavy lifting considerations, chemical composition, etc) and it is the responsibility of the user to take appropriate action (PPE, training, etc).
Cleaning of the machine is required during normal use and prior to maintenance or repair. Optional equipment is available to aid cleaning such as washdown hoses, chip conveyors and chip augers. Safe use of this equipment requires training and might require appropriate PPE and is the responsibility of the user.
This operator’s manual is intended as a reference guide and is not to be the sole source of training. Complete operator training is available from the authorized Haas distributor.