Setting 191 (Default Smoothness) Has an Incorrect Value
This setting defines the smoothness setting between Rough, Medium, or Finish. Each of these options represents a set of values for feed acceleration and deceleration.
The Rough option uses the least restrictive values to decelerate faster into corners, change direction more quickly, and accelerate faster out of corners to reduce cycle time, at the expense of part finish and machine accuracy. Use this option to rough out a part, or to decrease cycle times when part finish and accuracy are not critical.
The Medium option uses the machine’s default values.
The Finish option uses the most restrictive values to decelerate more slowly into corners, change directions more slowly, and accelerate more slowly out of corners to improve finish, at the expense of a longer cycle. Use this option for finish cuts on complicated shapes or when part finish and accuracy are critical.
The Machine is Not Level - Mill
To operate correctly, the machine must be level. An out-of-level machine can have problems such as poor surface finish, accuracy and repeatability issues, out-of-round circular motion, and out-of-true linear motion.
Watch the VMC Leveling video to learn how to properly level your Haas VMC, or contact your Haas Factory Outlet to have your machine’s level checked.
The Acceleration Parameter Values are Incorrect
If the feed acceleration parameters are set too high, the machine may vibrate during acceleration and deceleration. This vibration can transfer into the workpiece and cause a poor surface finish.