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Retrofitting Grinding Machines – an Investment That Pays Off

Haas Schleifmaschinen: Multigrind® HT from 1998 – 2010. The Growing Retrofit Market “Why not digitally breathe new life into old machines and keep using them?,” wrote the Handelsblatt newspaper in its online edition on October 10, 2016. What were they … Weiterlesen

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Invitation to Grinding 4.0: Live at Haas’ Stand at the EMO 2017 (Hall 6 at Booth K45)

Haas Schleifmaschinen: The big tool magazine. Grinding 4.0: Are You Coming? This year, Industry 4.0 is the star of the EMO 2017. “Connecting systems for intelligent production” is the somewhat vague slogan of this year’s trade show in Hanover. So … Weiterlesen

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The story of Haas Grinding Machines
told by former owner Horst Bader (1940-2015)

Haas Schleifmaschinen: Passionate engineer – Horst Bader (1940 – 2015). Not All Haases are the Same Have you ever googled with word “Haas”? If you do, you’ll get 61,900,000 results in an impressive 0.59 seconds. So at first glance, it’s … Weiterlesen

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Huge Challenge, Effective Solution
New Tool Magazine with 70 Spaces

Haas Schleifmaschinen: 70 grinding wheels and 20 coolant nozzles. The Epitome of Flexibility: Space for 70 Grinding Wheels Admittedly, we’re proud of the tool changers that we usually equip our Multigrind® CA and Multigrind® CB grinding machines with. The Multigrind® CB’s doublewheel … Weiterlesen

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Grinding with 64-bit Architecture, or a 9 Billion Kilometer Journey to Work.

Haas Schleifmaschinen: Multigrind® Horizon. Grinding with 64-bit Architecture The Multigrind® Horizon grinding software from Haas Schleifmaschinen and the Siemens 840 SL controller on Haas grinding machines are designed for a 64-bit architecture. So it bears asking the question: what are … Weiterlesen

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What will you be grinding in 10 years?

Haas Schleifmaschinen: Multigrind® Horizon. We want to talk about the future The tenth GrindTec is right around the corner and with it, some major challenges – industry 4.0, shorter product cycles, more complex tool shapes, more sophisticated materials, declining margins. … Weiterlesen