Haas vertical machining centres (VMC) provide the features and performance you need at the best price, making them the best investment you’ve ever considered – providing utility, flexibility, productivity, and value.
In 1988, we introduced the VF-1, a machine designed specifically by machinists for machinists. Since then, we have continually expanded our product line, with a focus on constant innovation. Whether you need a standard 3-axis mill, a powerful 5-axis machining centre, or a small VMC for precision parts, there’s a Haas to do the work. We know – because we use them, too.
From spindles to probe systems to multi-axis capability, Haas machines offer a toolbox of productivity-boosting options – because there’s no such thing as too much performance.
Designed and manufactured in California by Haas, our spindles are custom-engineered for power, precision, and durability. We manufacture all spindles in-house using Haas machines. Mill and lathe spindles are roughed-out on Haas lathes in robotically tended cells. Final hard turning and threading are also completed on Haas machines.
Spindles are only as good as the electronics that drive them. We meticulously engineer our drive systems to provide the absolute best performance and reliability possible for our machine tools. At Haas, vertical integration isn’t just a buzzword – it’s a way of life.
Reduce setup times, work more efficiently, and eliminate waste due to misaligned parts when you use our Wireless Probing System (WIPS).
Our industry-leading Wireless Intuitive Probing System (WIPS) sets the standard for integrated probing systems. Easy on-screen directions guide beginning users through the process. Experienced users have access to the full power and capabilities of custom probe routines.
From a 10-pocket carousel to a 50-pocket side-mount, we have a tool changer to meet your needs – designed in-house to guarantee accuracy and reliability.
Load up your Haas vertical mill with powerful tools for swarf clearing, coolant management, and swarf removal.
The Haas control – hardware and software – is designed and built in-house, and optimized specifically for Haas machine tools. If there is a problem – Haas Automation takes full responsibility for the entire machine. The Haas control is easy to learn and use, and it is the same across the entire product line.
Haas machines are also used extensively in educational institutions around the world, so graduating students are already familiar with the Haas control, which makes finding new operators and programmers easier, and simplifies training.
All Haas vertical mills are available with 5-axis capability. Simply plug-and-play a Haas rotary to create a powerful 5-axis machine for a fraction of the price.