The ability to turn and mill complex parts and perform multiple operations on one machine increases throughput, reduces handling, and improves accuracy. The Haas ST-10Y is a small-footprint Y-axis turning center that provides 4″ of Y-axis travel (±2″ from the centerline) for off-center milling, drilling, and tapping, and comes standard with high-torque live tooling and a servo-driven C axis for versatile 4-axis capability.
The ST-10Y provides a maximum cutting capacity of 9″ x 14″, with a swing of 16.25″ over the cross slide. It is equipped with a 6.5″ hydraulic 3-jaw chuck and a 12-station VDI turret. The ST-10Y’s A2-5 spindle nose has a 2.31″ spindle bore and a bar capacity of 1.75″. The machine’s 15 hp vector dual-drive spindle turns to 6000 rpm, and provides 75 ft-lb of torque at 1300 rpm. On-the-fly wye-delta switching yields a wide constant-horsepower band for constant surface feed cuts, and rapids are 1200 ipm on the X and Z axes to reduce cycle times.
Standard equipment on the ST-10Y includes high-torque live tooling with C axis, rigid tapping, spindle orientation, a 15″ color LCD monitor, and a USB port. Available high-productivity options include a belt-type chip conveyor, a manual tailstock with hydraulic quill, an automatic tool probe, an automatic parts catcher, high-pressure coolant systems, and much more.