Haas Automation’s UMC-750SS universal machining center enables high-speed five-sided (3+2) and simultaneous five-axis operations. The 40-taper machine features 30" × 20" × 20" XYZ travels, 1,200-ipm rapid traverse rates and an integrated, dual-axis trunnion table.
The high-speed, roller-cam trunnion table offers feed rates of 150 degrees/sec. to position parts at nearly any angle for 3+2 machining or simultaneous, five-axis contouring of complex parts. The table provides +110 and -35 degrees of tilt and 360 degrees of rotation for effective tool clearance and large part capacity, the company says. It measures 630 × 500 mm and has standard T-slots and a precision pilot bore for fixturing versatility.
The machine features a 15,000-rpm, inline direct-drive spindle and a high-speed 40+1 tool side-mounted tool changer. According to the company, the inline system couples the spindle directly to the motor for reduced heat, increased power transmission and improved surface finishes. The spindle is powered by a 30-horsepower vector drive system yielding 90 foot-pounds of torque.
To simplify job setup, the machine features dynamic work offsets and tool center point control. The machine also comes standard with the company's high-speed machining software and Wireless Intuitive Probing system. Additional options include a belt-type chip conveyor, high-pressure, through-spindle coolant system, and expanded program memory.