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Haas Introduces New Bar Feeder
Haas Introduces New Bar Feeder

Published on May 1st, 2015 in News

After hundreds of hours watching operators use our very popular Servo Bar 300 bar feeders, our engineers went back to the drawing board with the goal of making Haas bar feeder operations even easier and more efficient. The result is the all-new Haas Bar Feeder, which really does provide a more simplified and affordable way to automate part production on Haas turning centers. It features a re-engineered, heavy-duty – yet still compact – design that boosts productivity and streamlines turning operations.

HFO Chicago Appoints New Vice President and General Manager

Published on February 1st, 2013 in News

(February 01, 2013) Windsor, CT: HFO Midwest (www.hfomidwest.com), a Morris Group division, announced today that Jeff Holtzapple had been named vice president and general manager of HFO Chicago, the Haas Factory Outlet serving Northern and Central Illinois as well as Northwestern, Indiana. Prior to this appointment, Mr. Holtzapple had been vice president of the Midwest Haas Factory Outlet.

Haas Introduces the New UMC-750 Machining Center
Haas Introduces the New UMC-750 Machining Center

Published on August 3rd, 2012 in News

Five-axis machining is seeing growing use today as a means to reduce setups and increase accuracy for multi-sided and complex parts. The new UMC-750 universal machining center from Haas Automation, Inc., is a cost-effective solution for 5-sided (3+2) and simultaneous 5-axis machining.

Velocity Products Opens ebay Store

Published on April 4th, 2012 in News

Velocity Products announced today the unveiling of their new eBay store. Initial offerings include the ROMA series ultra-bright LED lights intended for the shop floor.

Haas Offers VM Series Mold Machining Centers
Haas Offers VM Series Mold Machining Centers

Published on January 16th, 2012 in News

Haas Automation recently redesigned its VM Series mold machining centers. Haas engineers reviewed all aspects of the VM machines, including motion control, coolant containment, chip evacuation, ergonomics and serviceability, made improvements and put everything into an all-new package, the company said.