Turning Center

The Haas ST-30 turning center offers castings that are optimized using finite element analysis to produce the most rigid designs, while improving chip and coolant flow and simplifying maintenance and service. The spindle head features a 45-degree wedge design that increases the tool-mounting envelope and improves chip flow.

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The Haas ST-30 turning center offers castings that are optimized using finite element analysis to produce the most rigid designs, while improving chip and coolant flow and simplifying maintenance and service. The spindle head features a 45-degree wedge design that increases the tool-mounting envelope and improves chip flow.

The machine has a maximum cutting capacity of 20.75" × 26", with maximum swings of 32" over the front apron and 20.75" over the cross slide. The spindle bore is 3.5", with a bar capacity of 3". The machine's 30-hp vector dual-drive spindle spins to 3,400 rpm, and provides 850 ft.-lbs of cutting torque through a two-speed gearbox. On the fly wye-delta switching yields a constant-horsepower band for constant surface feed cuts.

The turning center features an A2-6 spindle nose and comes equipped with a 10" hydraulic three-jaw chuck. A 12-station bolt-on style tool turret is standard, and half-station indexing is available to provide 24 total positions. Optional turrets include a 12-station VDI turret and a 24-station hybrid VDI/BOT turret.

Standard equipment includes the company's Intuitive Programming System, a 15" color LCD monitor and USB connectivity. Other available equipment includes a belt-type chip conveyor, hydraulic tailstock, automatic tool probe, live tooling with a C axis, an automatic parts catcher, high pressure coolant systems and more.