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Okuma Lathes

Regardless of the materials used or the size, shape and complexity of the parts you turn, Okuma has a vertical lathe for your specific requirements.

Recognizing that each application is unique, Okuma provides a wide range of models with standard and optional features that enable you to tackle virtually any size or type of workpiece suited for vertical turning. The exclusive THINC-OSP control is easy to learn and operate, despite its versatility and power, and Thermo-Friendly design holds tight tolerances, often eliminating the need for additional finishing operations.

1SP-V Series - Click to open

Okuma's single spindle series of vertical turning lathes increases productivity by providing stable machining of thin and odd-shaped workpieces. The box-type base and column make a highly dependable, highly rigid structure and the headstock with flange construction minimizes the effects of thermal deformation and vibration - ensuring stable accurate cutting.

V100R

V100R

Productive and stable vertical lathe.

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V40R

V40R

Powerful and rigid vertical lathe.

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V760EX

V760EX

Flexible and reliable vertical lathe.

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V920EX

V920EX

Flexible and reliable vertical lathe for thin and odd-shaped workpieces.

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2SP-V Series - Click to open

Ideally suited for precision machining of large diameter workpieces such as brake drums and rotors, hubs and gears. The open architecture, PC-based Okuma THINC-OSP control operates two independent spindles for greater flexibility that improves productivity. These twin-spindle, 4-axis lathes have an extremely rigid vertical, box-shaped column that allows deep cuts at high RPM. Additionally, wide, square shaped saddle and cross slideways ensure high precision during all cutting operations.

Available options include live tooling on one or both sides and straddle tooling that enables simultaneous machining of both sides of brake rotors.

2SP-V40

2SP-V40

Flexible and efficient twin spindle, 4-axis vertical lathe.

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2SP-V760EX

2SP-V760EX

Flexible and reliable vertical lathe.

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VTM Series - Click to open

With a 50 taper, 36-tool magazine, the 3-axis VTM Series enables users to perform milling and turning in one machining center. Ideally suited for low volume production of parts that require heavy milling, VTM machines provide smooth, stable feed rates at all speeds. Rigid box way construction combined with wide, angular slideways on each axis insures accuracy, while the fixed-to-the-base headstock minimizes thermal deviations and vibrations.

A wide range of accessories is available to accommodate your specific needs.

VTM-100

VTM-100

Efficient and precise 3-axis vertical turning center, larger than the VTM-65 and smaller than the VTM-200.

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VTM-65

VTM-65

Smooth and stable 3-axis vertical turning center, the smallest of the series.

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VTM-YB Series - Click to open

This 5-axis machine tool saves users cycle times, labor costs and extends tooling life. For example, without repositioning the part in the chuck, you can perform turning, vertical, horizontal, and angled surface machining in one operation. VTM-YB also enables the operator to control spindle direction in relation to the surface of the work-piece, thus allowing side cutting with straight end mills to dramatically reduce machining time.

For greater precision when working on complex parts, large diameter roller bearings support the work spindle in two locations, while the geared spindle head produces the high torque necessary to sustain heavy cutting of large workpieces.

VTM-1200YB

VTM-1200YB

Durable 5-axis combination lathe/machining center.

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VTM-2000YB

VTM-2000YB

Accurate 5-axis combination lathe/machining center, the largest of the series.

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VTM-80YB

VTM-80YB

Heavy-duty 5-axis combination lathe/machining center, the smallest of the series.

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Gosiger has created many apps in the Okuma App Store. See if one works for you!

Okuma App Store

The Okuma App Store is meant to provide you, the user, with absolute freedom. Since the needs of each machine user are entirely unique, it only makes sense to let you develop apps to fulfill those unique needs, or use the ones that have already been developed and tested. The Okuma App Store allows you to:

  • Discover solutions to common challenges which have been solved by industry experts from Okuma, partner companies, and every-day Okuma users
  • Feel confident by using apps that have been tested and approved by Okuma engineers—and that are in use on hundreds of machine tools world-wide
  • Explore the power and flexibility of your open-architecture control platform through the latest apps
  • Improve your bottom line by leveraging easy-to-implement solutions that increase productivity, reduce scrap parts and downtime, etc.
  • Develop your own apps, or work with your local distributor to have one custom-made

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