Productivity Tools

Multi-Axis Machining

Full 5-Axis and 3+2 For Your Haas

4th- and 5th-Axis Options

The fastest way to increase the productivity of your Haas mill is to add a Haas single or dual-axis rotary product. You can reduce or totally eliminate multiple setups, and easily handle multi-sided parts.

Designed to Work Together

We’ve been building – and using – Haas rotary products since the early 1980s. We have hands-on expertise optimizing machine tools to reduce your setup times, increase your part accuracy, and shorten your cycle times. By adding a Haas rotary to your machine, you greatly increase your capabilities, and gain plug-and-play compatibility with the Haas Control. Because we not only build the machine, but also build the control and the axis drives, integration is seamless.

Don’t Fear 5-Axis - Transform Your 3-Axis Mill

In the first video of our “Don’t Fear 5-Axis” series, John Nelson explains why 5-axis machining is much simpler than it has ever been, and why any shop can be a 5-axis shop.
In the second video of our “Don’t Fear 5-Axis” series, John Nelson explains how to choose your machine and rotary combination, and discusses which options you should consider adding to make the most of your machine and rotary.
In the third video of our “Don’t Fear 5-Axis” series, John Nelson talks about setting up your rotary table or trunnion, and explains how the Haas DWO/TCPC feature makes 4th- and 5th-axis work simpler than ever.

Transform Your 3-Axis Mill With Great Tools

Simplify 5-Axis Machining with DWO/TCPC
By using DWO/TCPC (Dynamic Work Offsets / Tool Center Point Control), you can now create your CAM program ahead of time, and then place the workholding and part anywhere on the table, with no need to repost your program!
Easy Cylindrical Engraving With G47/G107
Easily hand-program 4th-axis engraving on your Haas mill – without a CAM system. With G47 and G107, engraving on a cylindrical part couldn’t be easier.
How to Command a Safe Tool Change Position
In this video, Mark shows how to command a safe tool change position to avoid crashing a tool into your fixture or rotary. It’s all done with a simple program, and referenced with an M-code.