ST-10

CNC Lathe with 14" x 16" max capacity and 1.75" bar capacity
  • 6.5" Chuck Size
  • 1.75" Bar Capacity
  • 6k RPM
  • 15 hp Power
   
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The Haas ST Series high-performance turning centers were designed from the ground up to provide setup flexibility, extreme rigidity, and high thermal stability.

The ST-10 has an extra-small footprint, yet provides a generous work envelope. This machine offers the best performance for the money – the best value – in its class.

  • Extra-small footprint
  • High rpm and rapid speeds
  • Ideal for high-volume, high-production environments
  • Made in the USA

The ST-10 at Work


Complex parts are perfect for the ST-10, with its generous travels and small footprint. Here, we see a prop shaft being turned between centers. Thanks to the ST-10’s amazing rigidity, we achieved a mirror finish, despite a nearly 10:1 length-to-diameter ratio, without having to slow down on feed/speed.

Standard Features

Spindles

  • 6000-rpm Spindle

Turrets & Live Tooling

  • 12-Station Bolt-On Tool Turret
  • 12-Station VDI Tool Turret

Chip & Coolant Management

  • 30-Gallon Coolant Tank

The Haas Control

  • Media Display M-Code; M130
  • HaasConnect: Remote monitoring
  • Early Power-Failure Detection Module
  • Ethernet Interface
  • Rigid Tapping
  • Standard Program Memory, 1 GB
  • Internal High-Voltage Isolated Transformer

Product Options

  • Auto Door for Lathes

Tooling & Fixturing

  • Bolt-On Toolholder Kit, 3/4"

Workholding

  • 6.5" Hydraulic Chuck, A2-5

Shipping

  • Lifting Provision

Warranty

  • 1-Year Standard Warranty
Swing Diameter S.A.E METRIC
Max Part Diameter 16.5 in 419 mm
Over Wedge 16.5 in 419 mm
Capacities S.A.E METRIC
Chuck Size 6.5 in 165 mm
Max Cutting Diameter (varies with turret) 14.0 in 356 mm
Max Cutting Length (without workholding) 16 in 406 mm
Bar Capacity 1.75 in 44 mm
Travels S.A.E METRIC
X Axis 7.9 in 200 mm
Z Axis 16.0 in 406 mm
Feedrates S.A.E METRIC
Rapids on X 1200 ipm 30.5 m/min
Rapids on Z 1200 ipm 30.5 m/min
Axis Motors S.A.E METRIC
Max Thrust X 3300 lbf 14679 N
Max Thrust Z 3300 lbf 14679 N
Spindle S.A.E METRIC
Spindle Nose A2-5 A2-5
Max Rating 15.0 hp 11.2 kW
Max Speed 6000 rpm 6000 rpm
Max Torque 75 ft-lbf @ 1300 rpm 102 Nm @ 1300 rpm
Spindle Bore ø 2.31 in 58.7 mm
Turret S.A.E METRIC
Number of Tools 12-Station BOT 12-Station BOT
OD vs ID Tools Any Combination (will vary with turret) Any Combination (will vary with turret)
Boring Bar Rear Clearance (from back of turret ) 0.75 in 19.1 mm
General S.A.E METRIC
Coolant Capacity 30 gal 114 L
Air Requirements S.A.E METRIC
Air Required 4 scfm @ 100 psi 113 L/min @ 6.9 bar
Inline Air Hose 3/8 in 3/8 in
Coupler (Air) 3/8 in 3/8 in
Air Pressure Min 80 psi 5.5 bar
Electrical Specification S.A.E METRIC
Spindle Speed 6000 rpm 6000 rpm
Drive System Direct Speed, Belt Drive Direct Speed, Belt Drive
Spindle Power 15.0 hp 11.2 kW
Input AC Voltage (3 Phase) - Low 220 VAC 220 VAC
Full Load Amps (3 Phase) - Low 40 A 40 A
Input AC Voltage (3 Phase) - High 440 VAC 440 VAC
Full Load Amps (3 Phase) - High 20 A 20 A

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See the ST Series in Action


LATHE Drilling: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
Mark shows you everything you need to know to drill on a Haas lathe. Whether you have a standard 2-axis lathe, a dual-spindle lathe, or even a live-tool lathe, Mark simplifies the process, and explains all the G and M codes you’ll ever need.
CUT CYCLE TIMES AND POSITION YOUR TURRET USING G53
Mark demonstrates how using a G53 command instead of G28 not only saves valuable cycle time, but also reduces the risk of crashing your machine. Mark walks you through both G-codes, and explains how and when to use each one.
THE HAAS BMT65 TURRET
Why move your turned parts to a mill for secondary operations when you can machine them complete on a Haas lathe with the BMT65 Turret and Live Tooling? The BMT65 system provides increased cutting performance, longer tool life, and better tool clearance.
Setting Up Live Tools
Properly setting up live tools on a turning center can be tricky. Mark guides you through the process with a step-by-step tutorial that will answer all your questions.

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