VF-3

40

TAPER

3

AXIS

8.1k

RPM

20

TOOL CAPACITY

Haas offers a wide range of VF Series CNC models to match any size and production requirement. Regardless of your needs, there’s a VF just right to meet the demands of your machine shop.

Every VF Series vertical machining centre provides outstanding features at an excellent price, and features a wide range of available options to customise your machine to your exact needs. All Haas machines are designed and built in California, USA.

The VF-3 through VF-5 models feature larger work envelopes than the smaller VF-1 and VF-2 models.

  • High-power, direct-drive spindles
  • Customisable to your needs
  • More X- and Z-axis travel
  • Made in the USA

Vertical Machining Centre; 1016 x 508 x 635 mm, 40 taper, 30 hp vector drive, 8100 rpm, direct-drive, 20-station carousel tool changer, 25.4 m/min rapids, power-failure detection module, 1 GB program memory, 15″ colour LCD monitor, USB port, Ethernet, memory lock keyswitch, rigid tapping and 208 litre flood coolant system.

SEE OUR VERTICALS IN ACTION

Haas VF-2SS & HRC210 Demo

This demo was designed to show off the higher spindle speed and rapids of the VF-2SS and the quickness of the HRC210. 

You can also see in-process probing for part location and feature inspection using the Haas WIPS system.

VF-4 and TR200Y - Cutting Demo

Watch as our VF-4 mill joins forces with our TR200Y 5-Axis trunnion rotary table to put features on 5 sides of this block.

Check out our VF-4 mill here: haas.co.uk/machines/vf-4/

And check out the TR200Y rotary table here: haas.co.uk/rotaries/tr200y/

How We Build VMCs Today

Back in the late 1980s we started building our first VMC, the VF-1. 

Today, our process is finely tuned and extremely efficient for a machine that is still hand built to a great extent. Take a look at how we build the same VF that may be sitting on your shop floor not too long from now.

Display Pictures and Videos on Your Haas Control Using M130

Mark shows off the powerful new Haas M130 Media Display feature. By commanding an M130, you can display setup sheets, tool lists, work instructions, and even videos – all within your program.