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    need help with a centroid conversion on a haas

    i was wondering if any one can help me better understand. i want to convert a 1998 haas vf3 to an oak controller without changing the original servo motors or drivers.
    its my understanding I need to use flying cables to connect from the oak board to the driver (yellow) . anyone know where I can find a pin out diagram for the haas driver/amp [circled in red], and is my only option for encoder feedback to attach an encoder expansion board (EEB) (purple) or can I wire the encoder into the fly cable (blue). or get all new drivers and toss the vector drive ?

    Has anyone converted a haas vf2 3 or 4 ?

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    Re: need help with a centroid conversion on a haas

    Try posting your question on the Centroid forum. Lots of knowledge there.

    https://centroidcncforum.com/viewfor...c3bec8cb25059a

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    Re: need help with a centroid conversion on a haas

    I have done that as well. from years of reading the CNCzone forums I know there is a lot of knowledge here too. So I thought I would try and post here for some brain picking if possible.

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