Haas vertical machining centers are the industry standard for OEMs and job shops around the world. Haas VMCs and routers boast an industry-leading control, accessible pricing, and top-tier performance.
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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.
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.
Media Player (M130)
Display pictures, drawings, setup sheets, tool lists, even videos, all with a simple M130 in your CNC program.
4th- and 5th-Axis, Plug-and-Play
Haas rotary products are designed to be quickly and easily added to your 3-axis mill, giving you 4- or 5-axis capability without needing a specialized 5-axis mill.
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. Simple. Innovation.
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
“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.”
Works Racing Motor Cycles Ltd.
“The Haas Mini Mill 2 is incredibly accurate, and the parts it’s making are excellent. It’s also reliable. For the two years I’ve had it, it hasn’t missed a beat, and if ever I need help, I just call Haas and they tell me what I need to know.”
“Haas was our machine of choice from the beginning, and they have been great for us. We have two Haas CNC vertical machining centers. We got the VF-0 about 12 years ago, and we’ve had the VF-8 for 11 years, and they still run great! They’re very reliable, durable, and easy to program and work with.”
“Our latest machine tool investment [a Haas Office Mill] is a great, small machine with excellent accuracy and capabilities. We are using it to make small electrodes, with wall thicknesses of as little as 0.3 mm.”
“We bought a Haas VM-2 Mold Maker vertical machining center with 12,000 rpm. To be honest, I originally thought we needed a 20,000-rpm machine, but the one we looked at was so much more expensive than the Haas that we had second thoughts. We haven’t looked back. I’m very pleased with the VM-2.”
“We work the [Haas] machines really hard. They’re currently running 24 hours a day to keep up with demand, but we’ve had few if any problems. They’ve given us the quality and reliability we needed, so I’m pretty sure we’re going to be investing in more in the very near future.”
Southern Cross Machining
“I don’t need to use a complicated Japanese machine that costs three times as much as a Haas, to do what a Haas will do. It’s not just the cost and complexity of running the high-end machines when the work doesn’t warrant it – it’s the time you waste that makes no sense.”
Lawrence Factor Inc.
“Most important to us is having reliable service available when we call – and Haas has been very supportive in that area. They’re a ‘stand behind’ company who works to satisfy their customers the same way we do.”
“We were never completely pleased with the different controls before we switched over to Haas, but the Haas control is easy to use, and essentially the same from machine to machine. With the software and features on the machines, life is certainly a lot easier. We also appreciate the fact that Haas makes all their products in the U.S.A.”
Roberts Tool Company
“We can buy four standard Haas machines for about half of what we’d pay for one specialty two-spindle Japanese machine. We carefully design our process to take advantage of four spindles instead of two, and make twice as many dollars per hour, for half the capital expense.”
Haas offers a wide range of VF Series CNC models to match any size and productivity range. Regardless of your requirements, there’s a VF just right to meet the demands of your machine shop.
5-axis machining is an effective means to reduce setups and increase accuracy for multi-sided and complex parts. The Haas UMC series universal machining centers are cost-effective solutions for 3+2 machining and simultaneous 5-axis machining.
Making molds has never been easier than with the Haas VM machines. We’ve taken our industry-leading VF Series machines and created custom configurations just for mold making, tool & die work, and other high-precision industries. VM Series machines are also ideal for high-performance job shops looking to increase their versatility.
The Haas DT Drill/Tap and DM Drill/Mill centers are high-speed, lean-style machining centers with compact footprints that allow multiple machines to be placed side-by-side for the most efficient use of valuable shop floor space.
Haas Mini Mills are the industry standard for compact machining centers. They are perfect for schools, start-up shops, or as a first step into CNC machining. Loaded with full-size features, they are a valuable addition for shops needing a “second-op” machine, or an additional spindle where space is limited.
The Haas TM Series Toolroom Mills are the perfect option for schools and companies transitioning to CNC, or for anyone looking for a large-travel machine on a budget.
The CM-1 Compact Mill is a small-footprint, high-accuracy solution for the production and prototyping of small, high-precision 2D and 3D parts, such as those found in the communications, aerospace, medical, and dental industries. It is small enough to fit into most freight elevators, and can easily be moved with a pallet jack or equipment dolly.
The Haas GR Series gantry routers have the power to cut aluminum and other metals, as well as the speed to cut plastics and other light materials. These machines easily handle large sheets, or can machine small parts by the thousand.
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.