Haas 40-taper, twin-pallet horizontal machining centers feature a full 4th-axis rotary indexer that provides high-accuracy positioning for multi-sided tombstones and 3+1 work, as well as simultaneous 4-axis motion for contouring and complex parts. These machines have the power to cut alloy steels, stainless steels, cast iron, and high-nickel alloys, yet provide the speed necessary for aluminum alloys.
All Haas spindles are designed and built in-house at our Southern California manufacturing facility. Our 40-taper HMCs comes standard with an 8100-rpm, inline direct-drive spindle. For high-speed cutting, optional spindles up to 15,000 rpm are available.
Tool capacity needs can vary by the job or process. As with all systems on Haas machines, these tool changers are designed and manufactured in-house by Haas. Our 40-taper HMCs come standard with a 30+1 side-mount tool changer, with options for a 50+1 or 100+1 side-mount tool changer for additional tool capacity.
Haas 40-taper HMCs come standard with a full 4th-axis rotary indexer, providing high-accuracy positioning for tombstones and 3+1 work, as well as simultaneous 4-axis motion for contouring and complex parts.
Setup reduction is critical to maximizing the productivity of any machine tool. With the probing solutions available from Haas, any machine can be set up in minutes with just a few button pushes. Our industry-leading Wireless Intuitive Probing System (WIPS) sets the standard for integrated probing systems. Easy on-screen directions guide beginning users through the process. Experienced users have access to the full power and capabilities of custom probe routines, including in-process part inspection.
Chip and coolant management is critical for any machine tool. As machinists ourselves, we know that if you can’t keep chips out of the cutting area and remove them from the machine efficiently, you aren’t using the machine to its full potential. Haas machines offer one of the widest selections of chip and coolant management options in the industry.
Ease of use and simplicity are the founding principles of the Haas Control. Designed and built exclusively by Haas since its inception in 1988, the Haas Control is the standard by which all other controls are measured. Commonality between vertical machining centers, horizontal machining centers, and turning centers ensures that operators can easily move from one Haas machine to another. Continued advancement of the Haas Control – with powerful features like 1 GB of program memory, Ethernet connectivity, Dynamic Work Offsets, and HaasConnect remote machine monitoring – allows customers to maximize their investment in a Haas machine.