In the debut episode of the new Haas Automation series “Factory Facts,” Manufacturing Engineer Andrew Harnett takes you behind the scenes for a tour of the Haas factory in Oxnard, California, to show you how a spindle shaft for a new Haas ST lathe is machined. Watch the shaft from beginning to end, starting as a piece of bar stock machined in one of our factory’s robot cells, making its way through our spindle assembly room, and finally being installed in a completed ST-35 turning center.
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