High-Speed Roller Cam Rotary Table from Haas

Adding a 4th-axis rotary table to a machining center is a proven way to boost productivity, reduce setups, and increase accuracy on multi-op parts. Adding a fast rotary table to a fast machine creates a high-speed package that slashes cycles times even further.

HAAS High-Speed Roller Cam Rotary TableThe HRC210 from Haas Automation is a high-speed, cam-driven rotary table that provides cutting and indexing speeds up to 830°/second. It provides 110 ft-lb (149 Nm) of spindle torque for synchronous 4-axis machining, and has a pneumatic brake that yields 134 ft-lb (182 Nm) of holding torque for stationary work. Indexing accuracy is ±20 arc-sec, with repeatability of 4 arc-sec. The 8.27″ (210 mm) platter of the HRC210 has a center height of 6.000″ (152.40 mm), with a 2.00″ x 1.91″ deep (50.8 mm x 48.5 mm dp) pilot bore and 1.77″ (45 mm) through hole. Six radial T-slots simplify fixture and workpiece mounting, and both manual and pneumatic tailstocks are available for additional workpiece support.

The HRC210 is driven by a high-performance roller cam system that uses a high-torque servomotor to drive a globoidal cam meshing with cam followers equally spaced around the diameter of a roller gear. Needle bearings in the cam followers provide smooth contact with the cam, and a precision-engineered cam profile ensures accurate speeds and motion. Because the roller drive is preloaded during assembly, the system yields high stiffness, high torque, and high speeds, while providing low wear characteristics and reducing maintenance.

If you’re searching for a high-speed rotary solution to reduce cycle times and increase accuracy, the Haas HRC210 is the answer. Like all Haas products, the HRC210 is backed by the worldwide network of Haas Factory Outlets – the most extensive system of support and service in the industry.

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www.HaasCNC.com

Note: Requires a Haas mill with software version 18.13 or later. Includes the necessary 4th-axis drive and wiring. Not available for stand-alone operation.

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