Take a Bite Out of Cycle Times – DM-2 high-speed machine
The DM-2 high-speed machine provides the perfect combination of speed and power to reduce cycle times.
The DM-2 is a compact, high-speed machining centre built with proven Haas components and sub-assemblies. It is identical in construction and specifications to the DM-1, with the addition of 8″ of X-axis travel and table length. The machine’s shop-proven 40-taper inline spindle, 18+1 tool changer, high acceleration rates, fast rapids, and impressive short tool-change times make the DM-2 an attractive high-productivity machining centre.
Equally important, the DM-2 allows shops to use their existing 40-taper tooling and enjoy the benefits of a larger spindle. Moreover, it has a lean-style, compact footprint that makes very efficient use of valuable shop floor space.
- More X-axis travel and longer table than the DM-1
- Powerful 40-taper inline direct-drive spindle
- High-productivity machining centre with a compact footprint
- Made in the USA
DM-2 high-speed machine; 711 x 406 x 394 mm, 40 taper, 15 hp vector drive, 10,000 rpm (12K & 15K opt.), 61 m/min rapids, high-speed 18+1 side-mount tool changer, power-failure detection module, 1 GB program memory, 15″ colour LCD monitor, USB port, Ethernet interface, memory lock keyswitch, rigid tapping and 170 L flood-coolant system. Anchor kit highly recommended for installation.
Introducing the DM-1
See how the DM-1 high-speed machine high acceleration rates and fast tool-change times – combined with the ability to use a shop’s existing 40-taper tools – make it a valuable addition for job shops and large manufacturers alike. Moreover, it has a lean-style, compact footprint that makes very efficient use of valuable shop floor space.
Wireless Intuitive Probing System
Drastically reduce setup times on your high-speed machine
Automate your high-speed machine’s setup process with the Haas Wireless Intuitive Probing System (WIPS). WIPS is a complete probing package that includes the spindle probe, tool setting probe, and optical machine interface. Furthermore, powerful software that guides the operator through the job setup process with intuitive, easy-to-use templates. WIPS allows you to quickly and easily define work offset coordinates. Additionally, set tool length offsets, and perform in-process inspection.