Haas Automation’s complete line of CNC turning centers is designed to meet the needs of modern machine shops, now and long into the future. The machines offer a wide range of capacities, including big-bore versions, dual-spindle models, live tooling with C-axis, and Y-axis capability. And check out our series of Toolroom Lathes.
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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.
Simple Software Innovations
Part of the genius of the Haas control is our ability to take complex operations and simplify them for the machine operator. We’ve taken complicated features and made them easy for the average machinist to use.
At Haas, the machine operator is always on our mind. Everything is within easy reach. If you stand in front of your machine all day, you’ll appreciate the time and effort Haas puts into all these details.
Haas Bar Feeder
Designed and built for use with Haas ST-10 through ST-35 CNC turning centers, and connects directly to the Haas control. Rollaway design provides easy access to the rear of the lathe spindle for quick liner adapter and liner changes.
The Haas high-torque live tooling option provides 50% more torque than on previous models. It features a robust gear-drive system that provides efficient power transmission and maximum continuous torque.
One-Piece Way Covers
The Z-Axis way on the ST-10 through ST-35 and DS series turning centers are contructed of a single sheet of heavy-guage sheet metal on each side of the wedge. Solid way covers eliminate numerous moving parts, and the one-piece design prevents chips and coolant from getting behind the covers.
Our network of Haas Factory Outlets (HFO) combines the convenience and security of a local dealer with the strengths of an international organization. Every HFO facility, and every person who works there, is dedicated to helping our customers succeed. We believe this local presence is the best way to provide our customers with superior sales, service, and applications assistance – it’s all part of the total commitment that makes Haas the best value in the machine tool industry.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
“Haas are very good machines. They’re rigid, which means we can easily achieve tolerances on materials such as Inconel®. They’re also easy to program, either manually or from our programming room, and they’re straightforward to operate.”
“The main reason for buying [Haas] was to machine faster and more efficiently to support our existing contracts, so we decided to go with 4th- and 5th-axis rotaries and trunnions. With the high-speed Haas equipment, especially the DS-30SSY turning center, we are much more competitive.”
Pakco Axis Co Ltd.
“Firstly, Haas machines are very competitively priced. They’re also very reliable and easy to use. We’ve bought at least one Haas every year of the recent past. Each time we’ve needed a bigger machine – or a different kind of machine, such as a lathe – we’ve found a Haas that fits the bill.”
“All our [Haas] turning centers and vertical machining centers are ‘super speed’ models, and most of our verticals have extended travels. All these options improve speed, reduce handling, and cut cycle times. For a busy shop, the extra cost for a high-speed option is returned very quickly.”
PJ Ferramentas Lda.
“Haas machines represent a very competitive price-to-specification ratio. All of our Haas machines have performed very well, so now, whenever we think about a new investment in machining, we always think Haas.”
Phillips Precision Medicraft
“Haas machines are particularly good for us, as is the price structure. The machines we acquired weren’t $500,000, like some makes; they were a lot less, so we had the means to bring them in as needed, and we could own them outright. In addition, the machines have no problem holding the close tolerances our parts require.”
“It is testament to the build quality of Haas machines that a model built some 15 years ago is still able to produce accurate and repeatable work, day-in, day-out.”
“Haas machines have really fulfilled the potential we saw when we bought the first one, back in 2007. They are made in the U.S., which is particularly good for us: a company with a large part of its manufacturing based here. It’s also very refreshing to see that Haas invests in its own in-sourcing.”
“One particularly useful attribute of [Haas] machines is the quality of the control, which makes programming very easy. The fact that the founder of Haas Automation, Gene Haas, used to run his own machine shop is evident: they’re obviously designed with the operator in mind.”
“We looked at machine tool models that were cheaper, and some that were more expensive than the Haas machines, but we quickly concluded that we couldn’t do any better than the cost/specification of the U.S.-built machines. Also, others had recommended Haas to us – and told us that after-sales service was second-to-none.”
Ross Reels USA
“For years, we used complex Japanese machining centers, but as production expanded, it became a nightmare to keep the complicated machines running. Of all the machines we’d ever had on the floor, the most consistently perfect were the Haas. We'd owned a lot of more-costly machines, but the Haas equipment always held up best.”
The Haas ST Series high-performance turning centers were designed from the ground up to provide setup flexibility, extreme rigidity, and high thermal stability. Available in standard and Super Speed models, these machines offer the best performance for the money – the best value – in their class.
The Haas Y-axis lathes provide the ability to turn and mill complex parts and perform multiple operations on a single machine – increasing throughput, reducing handling, and improving part accuracy.
The Haas DS Series dual-spindle turning centers provide the ability to turn both ends of a part in a single setup to minimize operator handling, increase throughput, and reduce work-in-process. Available in standard and Super Speed configurations, the DS machines feature opposed spindles that support fully synchronized turning, and allow on-the-fly part pass-off to reduce cycle times.Learn More
The high-torque spindles and large through-bores of these machines make them ideal for machining heavy pipes and fittings, large couplers, and long rollers. And their versatile design allows easy loading and unloading of large parts.
The Chucker Lathe is ideal for dedicated small-part production, second-op parts, or short runs and prototyping. The 8-station tool turret provides fast tool changes for short cycle times.
The Haas TL Series Toolroom Lathes are affordable, easy to use, and offer the precision control and flexibility of the Haas CNC system. Because they are very easy to learn and operate – even without knowing G-code – they are perfect for start-up shops, or as a first step into CNC machining.
The Haas Bar Feeder provides a simple and efficient way to automate part production on Haas lathes. It features a heavy-duty, compact design that boosts productivity and streamlines turning operations. The Haas Bar Feeder is designed and built exclusively for Haas CNC turning centers by Haas Automation.