Desktop Mill

CNC Desktop Mill for training
  • ER11 Collet Taper
  • 3 Axis
  • 15k RPM
  • 1 Tool Capacity

USD prices DO NOT include customs duty, customs fees, insurance, VAT, or freight.

人民币价格包含关税、报关费用、货运保险和增值税, 但不包括运费。
CNY prices include customs duty, customs fees, insurance, and VAT. DOES NOT include freight.

* V Model Machines are only available in CNY pricing

The Haas Desktop Mill is the ultimate training machine for schools and technical colleges. Powered by a full-function Haas CNC control housed in our portable simulator enclosure, the Desktop Mill is perfect for teaching the basic principles of programming and operating a CNC mill. Designed to cut plastics and machinable wax, it is also perfect for hobbyists and benchtop machinists.

Available CNC Pen Holder: Converts the Desktop Mill into a CNC plotter, for drawing, proofing toolpaths, and teaching CNC programming.

Available software package: High-Speed Machining, Haas Visual Programming System, User-Definable Macros, and Coordinate Rotation & Scaling.

  • Portable design easily fits onto a desktop or rolling toolbox
  • Powered by a full-function Haas control
  • 15,000-rpm electric spindle
  • Ethernet and WiFi connectivity
  • M130 Media Display M-code  


Desktop Mill

The Haas Desktop Mill is a portable CNC machine geared toward the education and hobbyist market. It is perfect for learning the fundamentals of CNC programming, right on the industry-leading Haas control. Operate and program a fully functioning Haas CNC machine, right on your desktop.

Travels S.A.E METRIC
X Axis 8.5 in 216 mm
Y Axis 7.0 in 178 mm
Z Axis 1.5 in 38 mm
Spindle S.A.E METRIC
Max Speed 15000 rpm 15000 rpm
Drive System Integral Spindle/Motor Integral Spindle/Motor
Taper ER11 Collet ER11 Collet
Length 17.3 in 438 mm
Width 9.5 in 241 mm

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Video Resources for Education

What is G-Code?
In the latest Tip of the Day episode, Mark answers a question we get asked all the time: “What is G-Code?” Not only will you get a quick history of G-Code, going back to its beginnings in the 1950s, but Mark also explains how G-Code is used today on modern Haas CNC machines.
How to Square and Indicate a Vise on Your CNC Mill
Have you ever spent way too much time trying to properly square a vise on your mill? In the latest episode of the Haas Tip of the Day series, Mark shows you a simple trick that will make squaring and indicating your vise quick and easy!
View Your Haas Control From Your Computer or Phone
Crowding a bunch of students around a Haas machine can make it difficult for everyone to see what’s going on. But with the Haas NGC control, you can mirror the screen on a computer or mobile device, and project the control on a classroom display.
Display Pictures and Videos on Your Haas Control Using M130
With M130, you can display setup sheets, tool lists, work instructions, and even videos – all within your program. No more taping work instructions to the machine, or hand writing notes telling your operator how to load or inspect a part; put it all in your NC program!

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