Okuma Unveils New 5-Axis Vertical Machining Center & New CNC Lathe
May 8, 2015
Ideal for complex, multi-sided machining, the new MU-6300V Vertical Machining Center (VMC) offers a variety of spindle options to accommodate your most challenging 5-axis jobs. Rear of machine pallet loading enables easy connection to a pallet pool or Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS).
Okuma’s proprietary Thermal-Friendly Concept is built into the MU-6300V so you will achieve consistent results regardless of ambient temperature conditions. The highly rigid and accurate double column structure plus a low center of gravity in workpiece movement enables both heavy-duty cutting and high-speed finishing. The addition of the optional Super-NURBS function provides high speed rates and ultra-fine finishes, thus reducing the need to hand polish molds.
Axis Travels X/Y/Z
X,Y,Z: 50 (1968)
Okuma’s newest entry-level horizontal CNC lathe, the HJ-250E is a compact, flexible and affordable machine tool that includes a FANUC control and many of the advantages of the GENOS lathe series. Like all Okuma machines, this lathe is built for stability and rigidity with a one-piece, cast iron base, horizontal way system, and headstock and tailstock mounting surfaces that are hand scraped for dependable accuracy. Includes a gearless spindle to reduce vibration and thermal deformation for maximum productivity.
Max Turning Diameter
Ø280 (Ø 11.02)
Spindle Nose Type
Power 30 min
Rapid Traverse (X/Z)
Standard 8” Chuck
Contact the Okuma experts at Gosiger for more details on both of these new CNC machines.