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Small parts can pose significant machining challenges for the average job shop. Tiny holes, minute features, extreme accuracies, and fine surface finishes may prove difficult for larger machines. The CM-1 Compact Mill is a small-footprint, high-accuracy solution for producing and prototyping small, high-precision 2D and 3D parts, such as those found in the communications, aerospace, medical, and dental industries.
The CM-1 Compact Mill comes standard with 30,000-rpm ISO 20 taper spindle. For applications that demand high surface speeds and very small tools, an optional 50,000-rpm spindle is available. All Haas spindles are designed and built in-house in our Southern California manufacturing facility.Learn More
Setup reduction is critical to maximizing the productivity of any machine tool. Our industry-leading Wireless Intuitive Probing System (WIPS) sets the standard on integrated probing systems. Easy on-screen directions guide beginning users through the process, while experienced users have access to the full power and capabilities of custom probe routines.Learn More
Adding a rotary axis to the Compact Mill is the fastest way to boost throughput and increase accuracy. Because Haas began as a rotary table manufacturer, we are able to provide the simplest and most cost-effective entry into 4th- and 5th axis machining available. Adding our smallest dual-axis rotary to the Compact Mill enables quick positioning of parts to nearly any angle for 5-sided (3+2) machining, or provides full simultaneous 5-axis motion for contouring and complex machining.Learn More
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.Learn More
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.Learn More