4/25/2012

Haas CNC Lathe

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 The ST-10Y turning center from Haas Automation, Inc. (haascnc.com) offers 4 in. of Y-axis travel (±2 in. from the centerline) so it can perform off-center milling, drilling, and tapping.

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The ST-10Y turning center from Haas Automation, Inc. (haascnc.com) offers 4 in. of Y-axis travel (±2 in. from the centerline) so it can perform off-center milling, drilling, and tapping. It includes high-torque live tooling and a servo-driven C axis. It can machine parts up to 9 in. in diameter and 14 in.-long. The swings are 16.25 in. over the cross slide, 25.25 in. over the front apron and 23.5 in. over the tailstock. It has a 6.5-in. hydraulic 3-jaw chuck and a 12-station VDI turret. The A2-5 spindle nose has a 2.31-in. bore and a bar capacity of 1.75 in. The 6,000-rpm, 15-hp vector dual-drive spindle delivers 75 lb-ft of torque @ 1,300 rpm. Rapids are 945, 500, and 1,200 ipm (X, Y, and Z). The ST-10Y has a 15-in. color LCD monitor and a USB port. Options include a belt-type chip conveyor, a manual tailstock with hydraulic quill, an automatic tool probe, parts catcher, and high-pressure coolant systems.

 

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