Big News for 5-Axis Machining

November 1, 2012

The benefits of 5-axis machining are well known to many manufacturers. Unlike traditional 3- and 4-axis machines, 5-axis simultaneous machining eliminates multiple special fixtures and considerable operator time required to move parts from one machine to another and set up the parts in between

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Seeing Thermal Deformation as a Friend

October 18, 2012

Dealing with thermal deformation can be a time-consuming activity for the machine operator. When Okuma engineers were struggling to find a way to control the natural tendency of machine components to expand during machining operations, they had an epiphany, according to Okuma’s Senda Harumitsu.

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Thermal Deformation Compensation is Built into Okuma CNC Machines, not Added On

May 21, 2012

High Temp Alloys 3 A fundamental premise of Okuma’s Intelligent Technology concept is to build advanced technologies into their CNC lathes, turning centers, multitasking machines and machining centers. In this way the machines are designed from the

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Boosting CNC Machining Productivity With Okuma’s Intelligent Technology

March 26, 2012

Intelligent Control Systems 4 It’s a constant challenge to make high-quality parts while reducing cycle time, material waste and operator involvement. That’s why Okuma engineers design machines that use the latest technologies to help manufacturers reduce the time

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Okuma's Thermo-Friendly Concept Improves Quality and Saves Time

February 1, 2012

Dealing with temperature variations to maintain acceptable tolerances of machined parts can rob your operation of productivity and profitability. That’s why Okuma developed its Thermo-Friendly Concept to both reduce heat generated in the machining process and to compensate for any remaining heat. 

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Award-Winning Okuma CNC Lathe Control Systems

May 30, 2011

Gosiger leads the way to better solutions and superior services by partnering with the most innovative manufacturers in the CNC machining industry. One example of this is an Okuma CNC lathe THINC intelligent control system. It addresses one of the more critical elements in machining today -

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