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.
The V760EX vertical lathe has powerful cutting capabilities, a class leading working range, and excellent ergonomics. The box way system and rock solid base and column provide a highly dependable, highly rigid structure. The headstock has flange construction including precision, hand-scraped mounting surfaces. This minimizes the effects of thermal deformation and vibration, ensuring stable, accurate cutting.
This machine’s ergonomic design includes easy access to the chuck and a front-skirt operation panel, providing convenience for up-close jobs.
Key Specs of the V760EX Vertical Lathe
Max Turning Diameter mm (in) Ø 760 (Ø )
Spindle Nose Type JIS A2-11
Speed Range min⁻¹ 20~2,000
Power 30 min kW (hp) 30 (40)
Power cont. kW (hp) 22 (30)
Rapid Traverse (X/Z) m/min (ipm) 24/24 (945/945)
For more information on Okuma’s V760EX, visit www.okuma.com/v760ex.