TM-1 Supporting Information
The information on this page is relevant only to our machine and setup. For information related to Haas Machines in general, refer to the Haas Automation website.
Haas DIY Reference (mill)
Operators Manual G code ref. starts on p 119
TM-1 Dimensions (including table dimensions)
Vise capacity is 5.5 inches
Use this Hyperterminal File:
Note: Hyperterminal is not bundled with Windows 7. It can be purchased at Hilgrave.com or see other options below.
RS-232 Protocol Parameters
- Baud Rate 19200
- Parity: None
- Stop Bit: 1
- Synchronization: XMODEM
- Data Bits: 8
- Leader to Punch: NONE
- EOB Pattern: CR LF
- Add spaces RS232 out: ON
- Aux Axis Sync: XON/XOFF
- Aux axis baud rate: 4800
- Dprint Leading Spaces: OFF
- Dprnt Open/clos dcode: ON
The following information is from http://helpdeskgeek.com/windows-7/windows-7-hyperterminal/. I have not used these, so I can’t say whether they will work with the TM-1 or not.
TeraTerm – TeraTerm is an open-source terminal emulator and SSH module that supports IPv6, SSH1, SSH2, Telnet, serial ports, and file transfer protocols (XMODEM, Kermit, ZMODEM, B-PLUS, etc).
Putty – Another free Telnet and SSH implementation for Windows. It also is an xterm terminal emulator. This is probably my favorite alternative to HyperTerminal.
Original XP HyperTerminal
If you just can’t live without the original HyperTerminal in Windows XP, you can actually extract two files from your XP installation and copy them over to Windows 7 or Vista.
The two files you will need are hypertrm.dll and hypertrm.exe. Simply copy those files into any directory on your machine and it will work. You should be able to find hypertrm.exe in C:\Program Files\Windows NT and hypertrm.dll in C:\Windows\System32.