Haas Rotaries & Indexers
Gene Haas founded Haas Automation in 1983 to manufacture the world's first fully programmable 5C collet indexer. Today, Haas rotary products continue to dominate the industry with high-quality craftsmanship, dependable operation, and affordable prices.
The current Haas line offers more than 35 models of rotary tables and indexers, delivering the superior quality and indexing accuracy that have made Haas the industry benchmark.
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The full line of Haas rotary products includes many specialized units designed for maximum productivity. From the multi-head HA5Cs to tilting T5Cs and dual-axis trunnion models, Haas continues to lead the way to higher productivity through automation. Haas rotary products are built from top-quality materials, and undergo constant re-engineering and refinement to offer only state-of-the-art technology. Constructed of heavy-duty materials and designed for dependable day-in, day-out operation, Haas rotary products are the benchmark by which all others are measured.
Take a close look at the components that go into our rotary tables. Haas manufactures all critical components in-house at our modern California manufacturing facility. By controlling the machining process, we're able to deliver the quality and accuracy our customers demand. One example of this is the indexing accuracy of our rotary tables. At the core of every Haas rotary table is a large-diameter, aluminum-bronze worm gear meshing with a ground alloy steel worm (hardened to 60 Rc) submerged in a synthetic oil bath. The secret to Haas' indexing accuracy is cutting the worm gear while it's attached to the spindle, rather than assembling the finished worm gear to the spindle, as other rotary table manufacturers do. Each assembled spindle is individually trammed-in on a CNC gear hobber to a maximum 2-micron runout, and then the worm gear is precision cut. This process guarantees the utmost concentricity between the large-diameter ball bearings and the worm gear, ensuring many years of smooth, extremely accurate, and bind-free operation. This is just one of the many quality designs that go into every Haas product.