CNC Toolroom Lathe with 16" x 30" max capacity
  • A2-5 Nose Chuck Size
  • 2.3" Bar Capacity
  • 1.8k RPM
  • 10 hp Power

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人民币价格包含关税、报关费用、货运保险和增值税, 但不包括运费。
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* V Model Machines are only available in CNY pricing

Haas Delivered Price

This price includes shipping cost, export and import duties, insurance, and any other expenses incurred during shipping to a location in France agreed with you as a buyer. No other mandatory costs can be added to the delivery of a Haas CNC Product.

The TL Series Toolroom Lathes are affordable, easy to use, and offer the precision control and flexibility of the Haas CNC system. The TL-1 is very easy to learn and operate – even without knowing G-code. It is the perfect machine for start-up shops, or as a first step into CNC machining.

  • Operates on single- or three-phase power
  • An affordable alternative to conventional lathes
  • Includes conversational programming system – no G-code knowledge required
  • An ideal machine for start-up shops, or as a first step into CNC machining
  • Made in the USA

Standard Features


  • 1800-rpm Spindle, A2-5

Chip & Coolant Management

  • Coolant Pump Kit

The Haas Control

  • HaasConnect: Remote monitoring
  • Early Power-Failure Detection Module
  • Ethernet Interface
  • WiFi Connection for the Haas Control
  • Standard Program Memory, 1 GB
  • Visual Part Programming System
  • Internal High-Voltage Isolated Transformer

Product Options

  • Work Light
  • Chip Enclosure

Tooling & Fixturing

  • Cross-Slide, Tooling Ready


  • 1-Year Standard Warranty
Swing Diameter S.A.E METRIC
Over Front Apron 20.0 in 508 mm
Over Cross Slide 11.0 in 279 mm
Capacities S.A.E METRIC
Chuck (optional) 8.0 in 203 mm
Max Cutting Diameter (varies with turret) 16.0 in 406 mm
Max Cutting Length (varies with workholding) 30.0 in 762 mm
Between Centers 30 in 762 mm
Travels S.A.E METRIC
X Axis 8.0 in 203 mm
Z Axis 30.0 in 762 mm
Feedrates S.A.E METRIC
Rapids on X 450 ipm 11.4 m/min
Rapids on Z 450 ipm 11.4 m/min
Axis Motors S.A.E METRIC
Max Thrust X 3894 lbf 17321 N
Max Thrust Z 1947 lbf 8661 N
Spindle S.A.E METRIC
Spindle Nose A2-5 A2-5
Max Rating 10.0 hp 7.5 kW
Max Speed 1800 rpm 1800 rpm
Max Torque 108 ft-lbf @ 355 rpm 146 Nm @ 355 rpm
Spindle Bore ø 2.30 in 58.0 mm
Air Requirements S.A.E METRIC
Inline Air Hose 3/8 in 3/8 in
Coupler (Air) 3/8 in 3/8 in
Air Pressure Min 80 psi 5.5 bar
Electrical Specification S.A.E METRIC
Spindle Speed 1800 rpm 1800 rpm
Drive System Direct Speed, Belt Drive Direct Speed, Belt Drive
Spindle Power 10.0 hp 7.5 kW
Input AC Voltage (1 Phase) 220 VAC 220 VAC
Full Load Amps (1 Phase) 40 A 40 A
Input AC Voltage (3 Phase) - Low 220 VAC 220 VAC
Full Load Amps (3 Phase) - Low 25 A 25 A
Input AC Voltage (3 Phase) - High 440 VAC 440 VAC
Full Load Amps (3 Phase) - High 13 A 13 A
Dimensions - Shipping S.A.E METRIC
Domestic Pallet 92 in x 69 in x 83 in 234 cm x 176 cm x 211 cm
Export Pallet 92 in x 69 in x 83 in 234 cm x 176 cm x 211 cm
Weight 4900 lb 2223.0 kg

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See the Toolroom Lathes in Action

The E-Handwheels option for TL Series Toolroom Lathes provides precise, easy, “manual” control of both axes for positioning, cutting, and more. Perform feed or rapid moves using the jog buttons, adjust feed-per-rev, set jog increments, and even chamfer – all with the E-Handwheels.
The Haas TL-1 is the perfect machine for start-up shops or for transitioning from manual turning to CNC. In this video, Eric Wood and Bryan O’Fallon discuss some of the key features of the redesigned Haas TL-1.
By commanding an M130, you can display setup sheets, tool lists, work instructions, and even videos – all within your program. No more taping work instructions to the machine, or hand writing notes telling your operator how to load or inspect a part; put it all in your NC program!
Troubleshoot G71 and G72 cycles
Mark demonstrates how to quickly troubleshoot your lathe roughing cycles, and avoid those mysterious “Non-Monotonic” alarms. He also explains Type I and Type II turning cycles, and shows how to run a problem program in Graphics, simply by changing one G code.

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