The MU-6300V 5-axis vertical machining center achieves high efficiency and high productivity in 5-axis, multi-sided machining. The solution to an increased demand for complex parts.

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The V760EX vertical lathe increases productivity by providing stable machining of thin and odd-shaped workpieces.

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OKUMA MU-10000H 5-Axis Machining Centre

Okuma has unveiled the MU-10000H, which is the largest of the Okuma MU range of 5-axis horizontal high-speed machining centres.

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Okuma Turn-Cut – Customer Testimonial

“The significant investment was a “huge leap” and “a game changer” for the company.”  – Chris Birker, Kytech Machine


By Show Metalworking Technology  (February 2016) When Chris Birker and his machine shop team attended IMTS 2014 in Chicago, they had a mission: to find a new multi-tasking machine with the ability to run unattended.

“As soon as I saw it, I wanted it” says Birker, who formed Kytech Machine Works Ltd. in Mount Albert, ON, in 1996.
The “it” was an Okuma MA-500 HII Horizontal Machining Center equipped with Okuma’s Turn-Cut, a programming option [...]
February 24th, 2016|Blog, Okuma News|

At Okuma, We Believe in Distribution

By Jim King – President & COO, Okuma America Corporation (August 19, 2015) When you make a decision to purchase a machine tool, one that sometimes can exceed the cost of an average home in the U.S., there are many factors that must be considered. For most shops, service and support is right up there at the top of the list. Manufacturing is hard enough without the worry of how your machines will perform and who will be there when you have an unexpected maintenance event (crash, bump). Most customers are searching for a [...]

August 20th, 2015|Blog, Okuma News|

Okuma Introduces the New V760EX Vertical Lathe

October 14, 2014 at 9:50 am by Canadian Metalworking: Okuma has introduced its new V760EX vertical lathe, an update to the popular V60R model. This new version provides a larger work envelope in the same footprint, allowing for an additional 110mm in workpiece height and an additional 150mm maximum turning diameter.. It provides stable, high-precision cutting in a small footprint and is an excellent platform for machining thin and odd-shaped work pieces, and is well suited for the oil and gas and aerospace industries.
October 21st, 2014|Blog, Okuma News|