High-Speed HRC210 Roller Cam Rotary Table
Five-axis machining is an effective means to reduce setups and increase accuracy for multi-sided and complex parts. The new UMC-750 universal machining center from Haas Automation, Inc., is a cost-effective solution for 5-sided (3+2) and simultaneous 5-axis machining. The UMC-750 is a versatile 5-axis 40-taper vertical machining center with 30" x 20" x 20" travels and an integrated dual-axis trunnion table. Learn more »
The ability to turn and mill complex parts and perform multiple operations on one machine increases throughput, reduces handling, and improves accuracy. The Haas ST-10Y is a small-footprint Y-axis turning center that provides 4" of Y-axis travel (±2" from the centerline) for off-center milling, drilling, and tapping, and comes standard with high-torque live tooling and a servo-driven C axis for versatile 4-axis capability.
When Haas Automation introduced the VF-1 at IMTS in 1988, it achieved an industry milestone: the first American-built vertical machiningcenter (VMC) to sell for less than $50,000. On January 26, 2012, Haas achieved yet another milestone: production of the 125,000th Haas CNC machine tool - also a VF-1, and stillpriced less than $50,000. Machine number 125,000 is bound for a customer in the Philippines.
For 2012, Haas Automation has increased the speed and performance of the standard spindle on its expansive line of 40-taper VMCs, and introduced several new optional spindles. All Haas VF-1 through VF-12 40-taper VMCs are now equipped with a powerful 8100-rpm inline direct-drive spindle that is driven by a 30-horsepower vector drive system.
This heavy-duty turning center has a max turning capacity of 25.5" x 44", making it the largest Haas new generation turning center yet. It has an available big-bore option, and can easily handle large-diameter parts and long shafts. Learn more »
Worm gears for the Haas HRT160 rotary table are assembled to the spindles prior to machining to ensure concentricity, and each spindle is individually trammed-in to a maximum 2-micron runout prior to hobbing. All gears are machined in-house at Haas Automation. Learn more »
The Program Optimizer Function lets you capture program changes on the fly and incorporate the changes in your CNC program. This video takes you step-by-step through this new feature. Learn more »
Simplify defining, calling and managing backup tooling on your Haas machine with Advanced Tool Management (ATM). ATM allows the user to set up and access duplicate tools for the same or a series of jobs. Learn more »