Haas Mini Mills are vertical mills that have a smaller foot print than its counter part Haas mill Vf models. All Haas Mini Mills are built with a 40-taper spindle shaft which is also used on most Haas VF models. Its spindle can go as fast at 15,000 RPM's with its "Super" Haas Mini Mill.
The Haas mini mill series of machines have travel distances of either 16 x 12 x 10 or 20 x 16 x 14. These are compact, economical machining centers often used in schools, for start-up shops or as a first step in a CNC machining process. The mini-mills operate on single or three-phase power and hold up to 10 tools. The Super Mini Mill has a faster spindle speed and tool changer than the original Mini Mill. The least expensive version is the Mini Mill-EDU which was made as a limited edition for schools. The Mini Mill-EDU only has a tool capacity of one with a spindle speed of 4,000 RPM's.
The Haas Mini mill is the first step into CNC machining. Weather your a small manufacturer, CNC shop, or a start-up, the Haas Mini mills can help you with prototyping, and even smaller metalworking projects.
|Mini Mill Model||Table Size||Taper||Spindle||Tool Capacity|
|Haas Mini Mill||16" X 12" X 10"||40||6,000 RPM||10|
|Haas Super Mini Mill||16" X 12" X 10"||40||10,000 RPM||10|
|Haas Mini Mill 2||20" X 16" X 14"||40||6,000 RPM||20|
|Haas Super Mini Mill 2||20" X 16" X 14"||40||10,000 RPM||20|
|Haas Mini Mill-EDU||16" X 12" X 10"||40||4,000 RPM||1|