Haas Automation, Inc. manufactures CNC machine tools. Its portfolio includes CNC vertical and horizontal machining centers, CNC lathes, rotary tables, 5C indexers, and CNC lathe controls and simulators. The company provides bar feeder, automatic pallet changer, and high-speed machining options for vertical and horizontal machining centers. It distributes its products through distributors and dealers worldwide. Haas Automation, Inc. was founded in 1983 and is based in Oxnard, California.
2800 Sturgis Road
Oxnard, CA 93030
Founded in 1983
Haas Introduces Line of Big-Bore Turning Centers
Feb 3 14
Haas Automation, Inc. announced that it has introduced line of big-bore turning centers. Models ST-25, ST-25Y (with Y-axis), ST-35, ST-35Y (with Y-axis), ST-45, and ST-45L (long-bed) offer max capacities from 12 x 21 in. to 25.5 x 80 in. Standard features include rigid tapping, 15 in. color LCD monitor, and USB connectivity. Each spindle head has symmetrical design for thermal stability and rigidity, and 45° wedge design increases tool-mounting envelope and chip flow. Options include belt-type chip conveyor, hydraulic tailstock, and automatic tool probe and parts catcher. Six big-bore models are available, with maximum capacities from 12" x 21" for the compact ST-25Y, to 25.5" x 80" for the large-frame ST-45L, and two models with Y-axis capabilities. The Haas ST-25 has a maximum capacity of 15" x 21", with a 31.75" swing over the front apron. The machine's A2-6 spindle has a 3.0" bar capacity, and is equipped with a 10" hydraulic chuck. The spindle is powered by a 30 hp vector drive system, and turns to 3400 rpm. A 12-station bolt-on style turret is standard. The ST-25Y has the same footprint and spindle specifications as the ST-25, with a maximum capacity of 12" x 21". The machine is equipped with a Y axis that provides ±2.00" of travel, and includes high-torque live tooling and a servo-driven C axis. A 12-station hybrid VDI/BOT turret is standard. The Haas ST-35 has a maximum capacity of 21" x 26", with a 31.75" swing over the front apron. The machine's A2-8 spindle has a 4.0" bar capacity, and is equipped with a 12" hydraulic chuck. The spindle is powered by a 40 hp vector drive system through a 2-speed gearbox, and turns to 2400 rpm. A 12-station bolt-on style turret is standard. The ST-35Y has the same footprint and spindle specifications as the ST-35, with a maximum capacity of 18" x 23". The machine is equipped with a Y axis that provides ±2.00" of travel, and includes high-torque live tooling and a servo-driven C axis. A 12-station hybrid VDI/BOT turret is standard. The ST-45 has a maximum capacity of 25.5" x 44", with a 34.5" maximum swing over the front apron. The machine's A2-11 spindle has a 7.0" bore, and accepts an optional 18" hydraulic chuck (chuck and hydraulic union not included). The spindle is powered by a 40 hp vector drive system through a 2-speed gearbox, and turns to 1400 rpm. A 12-station bolt-on style turret is standard. The ST-45L is a long-bed version of the ST-45, with a maximum capacity of 25.5" x 80" for nearly double the turning length. The ST-45L comes standard with a servo-driven tailstock.
Lincoln College of Technology to Partner with Haas Automation to Train Students for CNC Machining Careers Using Haas Equipment
Sep 17 13
Lincoln Educational Services Corporation has announced its Grand Prairie, TX campus of Lincoln College of Technology will partner with Haas Automation to train students for CNC Machining careers using Haas equipment. This agreement between Haas and Lincoln will give the opportunity to train its students on equipment that Haas will provide through a customized purchase agreement--including entrustment of two major units, the Haas VF-2SS and the Haas ST-10. The opportunity for hands-on experience using the machines will be invaluable to students and graduates. Lincoln will become one of the first proprietary school networks to launch a program offering training for CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) Machining careers. The CNC Machining and Manufacturing Technology program will train students in manufacturing fundamentals such as milling and lathing, and advanced concepts including 5-axis machining technology and simulated workplace exercises. Lincoln's Grand Prairie campus will be equipped with four TM-1P Toolroom Mills and four TL-1 Toolroom Lathes, a VF-2SS featuring a Trunnion and 5-axis mill, and an ST-10 featuring a live tooling lathe. This high-tech, computer-based Haas machinery showcases the future of the American manufacturing industry, according to Lincoln CEO Shaun McAlmont.