HFO Phillips to showcase Live Demo of VF-5/40-I and DT-1-I at IMTEX 2019

For the first time, an Imtex Visitor can also be at F1 Race! One of the largest Machine builder ‘Haas’ is creating an opportunity for its three lucky Imtex visitors to get an opportunity to attend F1 Race at Abu Dhabi/Bahrain. With record sales of VF India series last year, Haas factory Outlet by Phillips Machine Tools is expecting a grand response to their latest offerings at Imtex 2019. Haas is featuring live demonstrations of VF-5/40-I and DT-1-I at their Imtex booth from 24th  January to 30th January 2019.

HAAS Automation Inc. delivers machines with high-standard features, high-tech innovations, and rock-solid engineering than perhaps any other CNC manufacturer in the world and that too at competitive prices. HAAS is making their Indian Customers happy by extending 44% savings on their I-series range exclusively for India.

The VF Series offers best-value, high-performance machine tools available today in the market. Every VF Series Vertical machining center provides outstanding features at an excellent price and offers a wide range of available options to customize the machine as per the customer’s exact needs. VF Series can match nearly any size and product range.

DT-1-I is the economy version of the company ’s best-selling DT-1 Drill/Tap Centre. It has the same lean-style footprint, 10,000-rpm BT30 taper inline direct-drive spindle, and 20-pocket tool changer as the standard DT-1, but with reduced axis speeds and lower tool change times.

To get to know more about Haas offers at Imtex you can visit their stall at IMTEX on Hall-4. Stall-C101.
Click here to know more: https://www.phillipscorp.in/haasimtex2019

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