Haas Automation, Inc.
2800 Sturgis Road
Oxnard , CA 93030 US
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As Seen In Production Machining
American Precision Museum Designing New In-Person and Digital Exhibits
Here’s a chance to help preserve industrial history as the museum develops new exhibits explaining the beginning, evolution and direction of U.S. manufacturing.
Carving Out a Niche in CNC Plastics Machining
This Vermont shop focuses solely on machining plastics — some filled with abrasive glass — for a range of industries. That makes it stand apart from others, but means it also faces challenges that metal machining shops often don’t encounter.
Mastercam Partners with Haas on Manufacturing Exhibit
Companies created a waterwheel display for the American Precision Museum demonstrating how running water was turned into power to drive the building.
Haas Automation Launches Cutting Tool Distributor
Haas Tooling created to provide machinists with a direct channel for purchasing cutting tools.
Shop Addresses Skills Gap by Starting Vocational School
Custom Machine was struggling to find qualified machinists, and its president saw little being done about the skills gap, so he started a vocational school to train new machinists.
Universal Robots-Phillips Partnership Eases Integration with Haas CNC Machine Tools
“We expect this new partnership to fast-track cobots in this sector, with significant advantages for manufacturers.”
Community College Manufacturing Program Receives $10K Grant
Quinsigamond Community College recently received a $10,000 Gene Haas Foundation Grant.
Haas Automation Installs its 200,000th Machine
Haas Automation Inc. installed the 200,000th Haas CNC machine.
Haas Automation Commemorates 30 Years of the VF-1
Haas Automation will commemorate 30 years of the VF-1 with a year-long Very First campaign, with the campaign culminating at IMTS 2018 in Chicago.
Shop Evolves its Manufacturing with Vertical Machining Center
Clippard Instrument Laboratory initially used two Haas VF2 VMCs to perform secondary operations. With these milling capabilities, the company started doing more in-house custom work with larger manifolds, which traditionally the customer would make for themselves.
Haas BMT Turret Features Heimatec Live Tools
Heimatec’s line of tooling available for the Haas BMT turret includes multi-spindle, adjustable angle, and speed multipliers.
Locked and Loaded for Further Growth in Firearms Production
Even with a strong and varied manufacturing background, it wasn’t until a few years ago that this father and son team found its way into the manufacture of weaponry components. Nonetheless, business is booming.
Flexible Automation on a VMC
Robot loading and unloading of the workholding that is used in the machining center facilitates the ability to change jobs during an unattended run.
Bar Feeder Automates Part Production
Designed to boost productivity through streamlined operation, Haas Automation's latest bar feeder model is built for use with Haas ST-10 through ST-35 and DS series CNC turning centers.
Happy Days at Haas
The Haas Tech open house 4-day event drew 3,300 visitors from North America and 48 countries with more than 330 students.
HaasTec Open House Includes Machine Demos and Factory Tours
HaasTec 2015, scheduled for March 17 through 20, will include machine demos, factory tours, a catered lunch, and more.
Hitting the Target with Creative Workholding
While growth has been steady in its Swiss operations, this archery equipment supplier’s most drastic improvements have come at the hands of the workholding systems on its VMCs.
Medical Machining is in the Genes
Sometimes it’s difficult to stay away. This company is an example of a precision machining family that simply can’t stop doing what it does.
Haas Partners with College to Train Future CNC Machinists
Lincoln College of Technology knows there’s only so much students can learn in a classroom. That’s why it offers hands-on experience for its students, now by using Haas Automation equipment.
A Show of Their Own
Held the second week of April, HaasTec included machine demonstrations, extensive tours of Haas Automation’s 1 million-square-foot facility, a catered lunch, and 38 vendor booths with representatives from major CAD/CAM, tooling, and workholding manufacturers.
Robots Drive High-Performance Manufacturing
As anticipated, IMTS brought a nice list of technological eye-openers.