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    Question Haas High speed machining won't turn back on, after turning it off

    Hi,

    I have a problem with my OM2a
    I (temporarily) disabled high speed machining.
    Because I wanted to see what the difference was in machining time.

    After I did my test, (and o boy what a difference.) I wanted to turn it back on.
    However I am unable to do this, when I try to change the parameter back from 0 to 1, I get a beep, but nothing happens.
    Other parameters a can change with no problem only high speed machining won’t turn back on.

    Hopefully it’s something stupid and it’s an easy fix.
    I have an OM2a Office Mill from 2007

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    Re: Haas High speed machining won't turn back on, after turning it off

    I've never known of anyone ever turning it off but if it won't let you turn it back on then , you may need to re-enter your code or it's possible you'll need to get a new code from haas
    I agree , the difference of having hsm vs not is a night and day difference

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