OKUMA GENOS M660-V 3-AXIS VERTICAL MACHINING CENTER
Introducing the GENOS M660-V combines a large work table in a compact footprint, CAT40 BIG-PLUS® spindle, and Intelligent Technology to cut large, complex parts. An optional CAT50 BIG-PLUS® spindle is also available for heavy cutting jobs. The larger table minimizes restrictions on workpiece size and tool length while leaving ample space to add rotary tables. Highly rigid, thermally stable construction allows this 3-axis vertical machining center to withstand thermal deformation, resulting in reduced thermal growth and improved machining performance. This machine can handle a variety of materials, from titanium to aluminum, and does so without sacrificing finish quality or productivity. Controlled by the open-architecture, user-friendly OSP-P control, our GENOS M660-V truly delivers affordable excellence.
OKUMA MB-80V BRIDGE MILL
The MB-80V is a high-accuracy bridge mill that is ideal for machining large parts. This machine delivers cutting accuracy, high speeds, and powerful, heavy-duty cutting. With maximum quality and productivity, the MB-80V is well-suited for machining large components such as those used in semiconductor manufacturing equipment and automobile die/molds. Okuma’s Thermo-Friendly Concept ensures accuracy, and efficient chip handling means reduced maintenance. Reduced cycle times are achieved with the MB-80V’s powerful spindle and CNC controlled Hyper Surface technology. The intelligent design of this machine delivers maximum table size and productivity in a minimum footprint. All the benefits of the vertical & double column machining in one unit.
OKUMA LB3000 EX II-MYW
The largest horizontal lathe in our “Affordable Excellence” collection of machines, our LB3000 EX II is built on Okuma’s Thermo-Friendly Concept to ensure minimal thermal growth, and slanted box bed construction translates to unsurpassed quality and rigidity. Equipped with Okuma’s high-power, high-torque PREX motor, this machine delivers high-quality machining from heavy- to high-speed cutting. The operator-friendly, open-architecture OSP-P control makes this machine not only easy to operate, but also to integrate with other peripheral equipment. A wide variety of bed lengths, bore sizes, and options—including live tooling, sub-spindle, and Y-axis—means there is a configuration to meet any shop’s requirements.
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OKUMA TECHNOLOGY BULLETIN
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 [...]