All Haas horizontal machining centers for ELMWOOD, CT use superior capabilities at budget friendly costs. With distinguished ruggedness and dependability, you’ll find Haas HMCs are the perfect job shop machines for those seeking to make more loan in less time than ever in the past.
From spindles to probe systems to multi-axis capability, Haas devices provide a tool kit of productivity-boosting options– due to the fact that there’s no such thing as too much efficiency.
Designed for high-volume production and ignored operation, the brand new EC-400 is much faster, more compact, more stiff, and more capable than ever before. It includes a larger work envelope, faster rapids, full 4th-axis pallet indexing, and much better chip management. For extended production and real “lights out” capability, a 6-station pallet pool and high-capacity tool changer are available.
Standard 30 +1 tool side-mount tool changer, with choices for 50 +1 or 100 +1.
Integrated pallet changer with 400 mm pallets.
Full 4th-axis indexing.
Readily available 6-station pallet pool.
Made in the U.S.A..
EC-400 All-New HMC with Pallet Changer.
Horizontal milling centers offer robust performance and pallet altering. EC-400 and HS-1 mills are class leaders in the CNC world. This includes areas of ELMWOOD
The completely redesigned EC-400 has actually been improved from the ground up, with all new castings for increased rigidness and much better cutting performance, 5 more inches of Y-axis travel, greatly enhanced chip evacuation, and a readily available 100-pocket tool changer. See how Haas engineers have taken our newest HMC to the next level.
Available 100-Pocket Tool Changer for High-Volume Production.
Increased Y-Axis Travel for More Capacity.
Stepped Casting for Greater Stability.
Rear Chip Discharge Conserves Prized Possession Shop Flooring Area.
Gene Haas founded Haas Automation, Inc., in 1983 to produce the industry’s first totally automatic programmable collet indexer– a device used to place parts for machining with extremely high precision. Created to increase production in Gene’s own machine shop, the trademarked Haas 5C collet indexer was a substantial success, and over the next four years, the company broadened its product line to consist of a broad selection of completely programmable rotary tables, rotary indexers, and machine tool accessories. Haas sells all over the state of CT.
In 1988, Haas Automation attained another industry milestone, by introducing the first American-built vertical machining center (VMC) to cost less than $50,000– a price unprecedented at the time. The Haas VF-1 cost a released cost of $49,900, and rapidly ended up being the industry standard for inexpensive CNC innovation. The very first VF-1 prototypes were presented in 1988 at the International Device Tool Show (IMTS 88) in Chicago, Illinois. The “V” in the model name stands for vertical– an industry-standard designation for a vertical mill– and company founder Gene Haas added “F1” to unofficially designate it as the business’s “Really First One.” That first device was the structure of Haas Automation’s industry-leading VF Series vertical machining.