Haas Setting 162 Default to Float
Haas Setting Description
When this setting is On, the control will add a decimal point to values entered without a decimal point (for certain address codes.) When the setting is Off, values following address codes that do not include decimal points are taken as machinists notation (i.e., thousandths or ten-thousandths.) This setting will exclude the A value (tool angle) in a G76 block. Thus, the feature applies to the following address codes:
|Value entered||With Setting OFF||With Setting ON|
|In Inch mode||X-2||X-.0002||X-2.|
|In MM mode||X-2||X-.002||X-2.|
This feature applies to the following address codes:
X, Y, Z, A, B, C, E, F, I, J, K, U, W
A (except with G76)If a G76 A value containing a decimal point is found during program execution, alarm 605
Invalid Tool Nose Angle is generated.
D (except with G73)
R (except with G71 in YASNAC mode)
Note that this setting affects the interpretation of all programs entered either manually or from disk or via RS-232. It does not alter the effect of setting 77 Scale Integer F.
- Haas Lathe Operator’s Manual by Haas Automation, Inc.
- Haas Mill Operator’s Manual by Haas Automation, Inc.