The Haas line of CNC HMCs offers a selection of rigid and powerful machines for every application. These rugged machines have the power to cut alloy steels, stainless steels, cast iron, and high-nickel alloys, yet provide the speed necessary for aluminum alloys.
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The EC Series HMCs are now more rigid, and cut better than ever. The single-piece base/saddle casting increases strength and rigidity, and the tool changer is 20 percent faster. Larger 50 mm ballscrews yield faster rapids, and a double-wall Z-axis waycover increases durability.
Media Player (M130)
Display pictures, drawings, setup sheets, tool lists, even videos, all with a simple M130 in your CNC program.
Integrated 4th-Axis Platter
Take your shop to a new level of productivity. Haas HMCs are available with an integrated 4th-axis platter that can support weights up to 10,000 pounds.
Set a tool or work offset. Zero-return your machine. Call the next tool. Do each of these things and more, with the push a single button. Only on a Haas.
Wireless Intuitive Probing System
Want to drastically reduce your setup time? Set tool offsets, set work offsets, perform in-process inspection, detect broken tools, and more, with easy-to-use templates.
At Haas, the machine operator is always on our mind. Everything is within easy reach, from the work table and toolholder tray, to the washdown hose and air gun. If you stand in front of your machine all day, you’ll appreciate the time and effort Haas puts into all these details.
As a Haas owner, it’s easier than ever to stay in the loop. With HaasConnect, you can now monitor your Haas mills from your smartphone, tablet, or desktop computer. Also, receive notifications if your machine starts a new cycle, encounters an error, or needs assistance.Explore Models
When you purchase a Haas, you are not only buying a piece of machinery, you are gaining access to a global network of highly skilled Haas service engineers and local Haas Factory Outlets. You’ll also have 24/7 access to online technical documents, operator manuals, and video tutorials. From installation and training, to service and technical support, Haas has you covered, so you can push your machine to the limits when you need to.Explore Models
“As well as reducing cycle times by 25 percent, we’ve also extended the life of our cutting tools by 20 to 25 percent, thanks to the rigidity of Haas. Just with these factors in mind, I’m confident that we will see a return on our investment in just three years.”
“Haas machines have proved to be extremely worthwhile assets. They hold tight tolerances, are user-friendly, and can accommodate a lot of tools, which helps minimize setups. They are also fast, which is important, because everything we do has a bottom-line impact.”
“The Haas machines are tough, very reliable, accurate, and easy to operate and maintain – and the HFO [Haas distributor] provides excellent service. We have 12,000-rpm spindles with through-spindle coolant, and part- and tool-probing. The machines give us the capacity to do a great variety of aerospace and other work.”
“Haas machines have greatly increased our productivity, not to mention our overall manufacturing capability. We’re very pleased with how easy they are to program, as well. They are much more versatile than the machines we had previously.”
“IDP depends on Haas machines. We work in tenths [of a thousandth of an inch], and we cut all kinds of aluminum, steel, stainless, composites, plastics, copper, brass, bronze alloys, and some titanium. We’ve cut Inconel® and Kovar®, and our Haas machines hold the tolerances we need with no problem.”
“The [Haas] control is very easy to learn and use. There are common multi-step functions, such as tool offsets, work offsets, ‘homing’ the machine, and selecting the next tool during set-up, that can be executed at the push of a button. I would recommend Haas machines to any company.”
“Prior to moving to an ‘all-Haas shop,’ we had a number of other machines – all with different controls. By standardizing the shop, it has been much easier for the machinists to work with a common platform.”
“You can’t buy a new CNC machine tool without considering a Haas. The company’s attention to detail is evident from the design of their controls and the thought that’s gone into making it easy for the operator.”
The highly popular Haas EC Series HMCs offer large work cubes and a maximum part capacity of 10,000 lb, making them perfect solutions for your large part machining requirements. Models are available with an integrated 4th-axis rotary platter.
With a full line of Haas rotary products, including many specialized units designed for maximum productivity, Haas continues to lead the way to higher productivity through automation.