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MACHINE TOOLS FOR THE OIL PATCH

OKUMA.COM

OIL AND ENERGY

OIL AND ENERGY-(1)-200 (NOV 07)

Okuma has been a great partner in our companys growth, helping us achieve 96% on-time delivery and 99.7% accuracy over the past 12 years.
Walter H. Joo President, QSD Manufacturing Inc.

After extensive research, only the OKUMA LOC650 had the speed, flexibility and reliability we required to both increase capacity and improve quality.
Dave Clarke Plant Manager, Ultra Premium Oilfield Services

Manufacturing products for the oil, energy, gas and hydroelectric industries is an exact science, where minute discrepancies in production can yield catastrophic results in the field. Failure is simply not an option. Furthermore, the high cost of materials means that trial and error is a costly, ineffective way to gain accuracy. Oil patch suppliers need to get it right the first time. Okuma makes that possible. Okuma machine tool technology can help oil patch casing and tubing suppliers lower costs, improve productivity, and hold quality to a higher standard. Okuma brings to the task over 100 years of experience and commitment to superior performance in demanding applications the same challenges faced by the oil industry on a daily basis. Okuma excels in building machine tools and controls where success is measured by exceptional results, not simply getting by. How does Okuma accomplish this level of performance? Okuma designs all of the major components of the machine to ensure every Okuma machine is precisely engineered and tuned to operate as a single integrated unit with maximum efficiency. Its a quality and performance benefit no one else can touch. We call it One Source. Customers just admire the performance of a precision-crafted machine that functions flawlessly in extreme applications. Building on our solid history of innovation, Okuma has taken the machine tool a step further with the introduction of the Intelligent Numerical Control or THINC. Now oil patch suppliers can benefit from a truly open system that facilitates connectivity to any third-party digital device or program. Isolated manufacturing will become obsolete, and business productivity will soar. These are just some of the ways that Okuma delivers value with every one of its machine tools. Read on and discover the specific machine benefits we have to offer, including the industrys first oil coupling cell engineered by Okuma and Partners in THINC to allow the automated manufacturing of large oil coupling parts. Once you know how effective Okuma machines can be in your shop, let Okuma and our distributors discuss how we can partner to help you become even more competitive in the demanding oil marketplace.

SUPER-SIZED
Massive parts receive Okumas outstanding accuracy and performance from the LOC650
Machining and threading pipe for the oil industry is one of the most challenging metalworking assignments out there. At the very outset, the task is daunting: large diameter pipe varies in concentricity and uniformity. Clamping bendable 21-inch diameter pipe presents a mounting problem before the first chip is made. Cycle times double if you can only machine one pipe end at a time. Further complicating things is the need to machine a premium thread with precision and accuracy requirements exceeding normal specifications. Fail to meet any one of these challenges and you have just created some expensive scrap. To succeed in large pipe machining and threading, a stable machine platform is a necessity. Simply rotating a work piece of this size causes spindle stresses not experienced in more conventional machining applications. Past the sheer physics required to rotate the part, the machine tool must perform variable lead thread changes, generate reverse load flank thread forms, and create metal-to-metal seal surfaces. Oil Patch manufacturers face these tasks each and every shift. Repeatability is key. The LOC650 was designed based on the direct requirements of oil and energy customers. Combining specific user needs with Okuma engineering expertise results in the LOC650 a more productive and reliable alternative manufacturing solution. Okumas Thread Start Point offset allows for an easy procedure to re-cut an existing thread after it has been unchucked. The operator has the ability to pick up a precut thread lead and establish a new start point in a simple semi-automatic cycle. Combined, the features, options and benefits of Okuma machining for large pipes equal a solid, reliable machine that matches size with control for ultimate performance. The Okuma development process includes new software features that help produce more uniform, consistent connections with less rework. Okumas VSST function (Variable Spindle Speed Threading) allows the machine operator to change spindle rpm while in the thread lead to eliminate chatter. Different spindle rpms can even be programmed to produce consistent, quality threads in a production environment. Only Okuma has the resources to design and build superior mechanical platforms, then optimize performance with its own THINC-OSP control and drives. Bringing this technology together in a two-axis or four-axis machine for oil field components has resulted in cycle time reductions of 30 to 40%. This allows Okuma users to achieve faster response time, reduce work in process and generate higher hourly machine time returns all equaling a solid return on your investment.

LOC650
2 & 4 AXIS

AN INDUSTRY GIANT

Spindle Selection
Spindle bore options available (7.87", 14.75", 22.05") Gigantic chuck: SMW BB850/375

Work Area
Max work dia x length: 650 x 1,750 mm ( 25.59 x 68.90 in.) Max chuck work weight: 6,600 lb (3,000 kg) Max center work weight: 8,800 lb (4,000 kg)

SPECIFICATIONS

LOC650 GBB
ST 2000 / 1SC 1750 2 857 (33.76) [1,050 (41.3) Chuck Swing Relief] 560 (22.05) 650 (25.59) [800 (31.4) Special Tool Holder] ---330+140 (12.99+5.51) ------1,750 (68.89) Between Centers GBB SPINDLES GBB: A2-20 GBB: JIS 725 Flat Nose 560 (22.04) 5-350 45 / 37 (60 / 50) Hydraulic Index, Curvic Coupling, Lift-Index, Bi-Directional V12-Unslotted-Inch-O.D. Wedge Clamp (I.D. or O.D.) ---2.1 per Station 1.25 x 1.25 O.D. / 2.5 I.D. Holder Base X: 8,000 / Z: 10,000 (315 / 394) X, Z: 0.0001-1,000.00 (0.000040-39.3700) BL: 2.4 (3.26) / BL: 3.7 (5.0) ---1,250 (2,750) ---With Live Quill MT#6 Center 180 (7.08) / Stroke: 200 (7.87) Programmable Auto Tow-Along 2,840 (112) 3,030 x 6,490 (119 x 256) Machine Only 1ST: (45,540), 1SC: (48,840) 1ST: (50,380), 1SC: (53,680) 2ST: (47,960), 2SC: (51,260) 2ST: (52,800), 2SC: (56,100) 1,250 (2,750) BL: 2.0 (2.72) / BL: 3.7 (5.0) Wide Body V-8 270 [255+15] (10.63 [10.04+0.59]) 2,040 (80.31) 1,015 (39.9) 510 (20.08) 2ST 2000 / 2SC-1750 4

Version Controlled Axes Swing Over Way Covers mm (in) Swing Over Saddle Max Turning Dia-Upper Max Turning Dia-Lower mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in)

Dual Chucking
-Front -Rear

Wide Body Turret


CAPACITY SPINDLES

Travel XA-Upper Travel XB-Lower Max Travel ZA-Upper Max Travel ZB-Lower

Max Work Length-Upper mm (in) Spindle Nose Type Spindle Bore Total Speed Range Std. Power Turret Type No. of Tool Stations-Upper No. of Tool Stations-Lower mm Index of Turret Size of O.D. / I.D.Tool Rapid Traverse Min / Max Feedrate XA / ZA Servo Power XB / ZB Servo Power ZA Thrust ZB Thrust Quill Type sec inch mm/min (ipm) mm (in) kW (hp) kW (hp) kgf (lbf) kgf (lbf) mm (in) min -1 kW (hp)

375 (14.76) 5-500 45 / 37 (60 / 50)

Heavy Cutting
60 HP

Auto Tow-Along Tailstock

LOC650 GBB (22.05")


Showing Optional Airchuck

SERVOS TAIL

TURRET

Quill Diameter / Stroke mm (in) Body Positioning Machine Height Floor Space DxW mm (in) mm (in)

SIZE

Net Weight GBB 14.75 kg (lbs) Net Weight GBB 22.04 kg (lbs)

SET YOUR SPEED. STOP THE CHATTER


A simple concept with a complex solution allows for control over increased harmonics
Thin-walled parts, long boring bars, unsupported workpieces what do they all have in common? Chatter! Chatter is a result of a steady increase in harmonics that commonly occurs when these type of parts and tools are used. In an effort to eliminate chatter, Okuma developed Harmonic Spindle Speed Control (HSSC), which gives you the ability to change spindle speed automatically, according to pre-set parameters, effectively combating harmonics before they start. The concept is simple, yet the solution is technically complex. Leave it to Okuma to find the balance; creating an easy-to-use feature that delivers results. Each Okuma machine is tuned to eliminate dimensional variation, control errors, and need for external compensation devices. The HSSC is activated by an M-Code and turned off by another M-Code. There are two parameters involved. One will set the change in rpm that you wish to see. For example, if set to 50, the spindle speed will rise to 25 rpm above the commanded rpm and then fall to 25 rpm below the commanded rpm. The second parameter affects the rate of change (time) in which this change in rpm occurs. No more standing by to change the Spindle Override. Imagine all the applications. A seemingly simple technology feature, HSSC has the power to eliminate expensive tooling, workholding devices or even a steadyrest. Less equipment to purchase, fewer elements to potentially fail just efficient Okuma technology that gets the job done.

LU35/45
4-AXIS

TIME-SAVING FUNCTIONALITY

4-Axis Flexibility
High-efficiency simultaneous 4-axis turning Balanced cutting eliminates chatter with long workpieces

Close Tolerance, Robust Axial Feed Mechanism


Fast rapid traverse by high-precision servos [X: 15m/min (591 ipm) / Z: 20m/min (787 ipm)] Pretensioned ball-screws standard on XA and XB axes to minimize dimensional inaccuracies due to thermal deviation

SPECIFICATIONS

LU35 {M}
600T 850C 4 {5} 740 (29.13) 480 (18.90) 550 (21.65) 360 (14.17) 380 [275+105] (14.96 [10.83+4.13]) 250 [180+70] (9.84 [7.09+2.76]) 920 (36.22) 875 (34.44) 600 (23.62) Standard Bore SB: A2-8 920 (36.22) Optional Big Bore BB: A2-11 110 (4.33) 12-187-2,800 1,570 (61.81) 1,525 (60.04) 2,070 (81.49) 2,025 (79.72) 660 (25.98) 1500C 2000C 750T 904 (35.59) 1000T

LU45 {M}
2000C 4 {5} 864 (34.01) 560 (22.05) {650 (25.59)} 460 (18.11) 440 [330+110] (17.32 [12.99+4.33]) 1,090 (42.91) 1,025 (40.35) 750 (29.52) Standard Bore SB: A2-11 110 (4.33) 12-85-2,800 1,000 (39.34) Optional Big Bore BB: A2-11 130 (5.12) 12-85-2,400 {440 [325+115] (17.32 [12.80+4.53]) } 2,090 (82.28) 2,025 (79.72) 3,090 (121.65) 3,025 (119.1) 305 [230+75] (12.01 [9.06+2.95 ]) 824 (32.44) 3000C

Controlled Axes Swing Over Bed Swing Over Saddle Max Turning Dia-Upper mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in)

Turret
-22 Tool Stations (12 Upper / 10 Lower) -Independent and simultaneous cutting operations
CAPACITY

Max Turning Dia-Lower mm (in) Travel XA-Upper

Turret with M Spindle Option


-Powerful multifunction upper turret (available option)

Travel XB-Lower Max ZA Travel-Upper Max ZB Travel-Lower Available Spindles Spindle Nose Type
SPINDLES

Max Work Length-Upper mm (in)

1,500 (59.05) 2,000 (78.74) Optional Super BB


Multifunction SBB is positioning only

2,000 (78.74) 3,000 (118.11) Optional Super BB


Multifunction SBB is positioning only

SBB: A2-15 180 (7.08) 40-354-1,400 37 / 30 (50 / 40) {Multifunction Turret} {NC-V12 / V10, VDI50} {L or M 12} {L10 I.D. or O.D.} {40-650-2000, Infinitely Variable} {5.5 / 3.7 (7 / 5) (30m/con.) }

SBB: A2-20 260 (10.23) 31-275-900 45 / 37 (60 / 50) {Multifunction Turret} {NC-V12 / V10, VDI60} {L or M,12} {L10 I.D. or O.D.} {40-383-765; 104-1,000-2,000, 2-Range} {7.5 / 5.7 (10 / 7.3 hp) (30m/con.) }

Spindle Bore Total Speed Range Std. Power Turret Type-Upper /Lower No. of Tool Stations-Upper No. of Tool Stations-Lower Rotary-Speed Range Rotary-Power Rapid Traverse Min / Max Feedrate XA /ZA Servo Power XB / ZB Servo Power Quill Type

mm (in) min -1 kW (hp)

90 (3.54) 14-219-3,200

37 / 30 (50 / 40) Standard Turret NC-V12 / V10 Slotted L12 (I.D. or O.D.) L10 (I.D. or O.D.)

45 / 37 (60 / 50) Standard Turret NC-V12 / V10 Slotted L12 (I.D. or O.D.) L10 (I.D. or O.D.) -------

TURRET

min -1 kW (hp) m/min (ipm) mm (in) kW (hp) kW (hp) Chucker ---mm (in) kg (lbs) mm (in)

-------

X: 15 / Z: 20 (591 / 787) {C: 100 rpm} X, Z: 0.001-1,000.00 (0.000040-39.3700) XA: BL4.5 (6.0) ZA: BL6 (8.0) XB: BL2.8 (3.7) ZB: BL6 (8.0) Live Quill MT#5 120 (4.72) / Stroke: 170 (6.69) 4,535 (178.54) 13,000 (28,600) 13,500 (29,700) 2,590 (101.97) 5,185 (204.13) 15,000 (33,000) 5,930 (233.46) 16,500 (36,300) Chucker ----

X: 15 / Z: 20 (591 / 787) {C: 100 rpm} X, Z: 0.001-1,000.00 (0.000040-39.3700) XA: BL3.6 (4.8) ZA: BL6 (8.0) XB: BL2.5 (3.3) ZB: BL6 (8.0) Live Quill MT#5 130 (5.12) / Stroke: 170 (6.69) 5,060 (199.2) 17,000 (37,400) 17,700 (38,940) 3,000 (118.11) 6,060 (238.58) 21,000 (46,200) 7,060 (277.95) 30,700 (67,540) ----

TAIL SIZE

Spindle
-Standard, Big Bore and Super Big Bore spindles available

SERVOS

Quill Diameter / Stroke mm (in) Floor Space WxD Net Weight Machine Height

2,745 (108.07)

Critical Connection
High L/D ratio and thin-walled diameter made simple with Variable Speed Threading
Oil pipe threads are a science unto themselves. They are the critical connectors for the oil and gas industry. Absolute accuracy and repeatability must be certain. To achieve this level of certainty, Okumas Variable Spindle Speed Threading (VSST) is the solution when you are machining parts with a high L/D ratio or a thin-walled diameter with or without threads. Using VSST requires only a simple programming step. The threading feed axis is controlled actively according to the changing spindle speed. Feed-forward technology (using variation of spindle speed and variation of acceleration and deceleration speeds) helps realize high accuracy threading even with spindle speed change. These features are easily activated manually or with preprogrammed instructions. Best of all, adjustments can be made by the machine operator in the cut, not after a full pass. There are other threading functions that add to the productivity of an Okuma machine tool. Thread Start Point Offset is a simple, built-in function that allows easy The investment for Okumas built-in thread control features is quickly returned to your bottom line compared to any non-customized aftermarket solution. Just one more built-in assurance that you will get quality results by teaming up with Okuma. Less scrap, better reworks, lower tool costs, simpler tooling all valuable byproducts of Okuma solutions. initiation of threading at a specific orientation on a part. Setting the offset option makes for accurate threading with proper orientation. This feature also works well for re-works from the field. With no thread location, the offset provides rapid establishment of a starting cut in the thread form and ends any trouble picking up the lead for an existing thread form. Whether creating or re-working a thread, Thread Start Point Offset is a time-saver that pays off in productivity and cost savings.

LB35/45
4-AXIS

NOT JUST BIGGER...BETTER

Turret / Tooling
Fastest indexing turret in its class 0.7 sec/station (LB-45II).

Tailstock
Built-in center tailstock for large shaftwork

SPECIFICATIONS

LB35II {M}
600T 850C 2 {3} 721 (28.38) 430 (16.93) 490 (19.29) ---330 [245+85] (13.00 [9.65+3.35]) 920 (36.22) ---600 (23.62) Standard Bore SB: A2-8 850 (33.46) Optional Big Bore BB: A2-11 110 (4.33) 30 / 22 (40 / 30) {330 [230+100] (9.65 [9.06+3.94]) } ---1,570 (61.81) ---1,500 (59.05) SBB: A2-15 180 (7.08) 30 / 22 (40 / 30) 2,070 (81.49) ---2,000 (78.74) ------30 min / cont. 1,060 (41.73) ---520 (20.47) Standard Bore SB: A2-11 110 (4.33) 12-85-2,800 (4) 37 / 30 (50 / 40) Standard Turret NC-V12 / V8 Slotted L12 ( I.D. or O.D.) 1.25"sq Wedge Lock 2.5 I.D. Holder Base {Main Motor+Mag Pulse} Standard Turret {Multifunction Turret} {Upper Only NC-V12-VDI50} {L or M 12} {VDI50+1.0"sq Wedge} {VDI 50+2.0 I.D. Holder} {40-650-2000, Infinitely Variable} {5.5 / 3.7 (7 / 5) (30m/con.) } 440 [330+110] (17.32 [ 12.99+4.33 ] ) {460 (18.11) } 660 (25.98) 1500C 2000C 750T 1000C

LB45II {M}
2000C 2 {3} 858 (33.77) 550 (21.7) {650 (25.59) } ---{440 [325+115] (17.32 [12.80+4.53]) } ---2,060 (81.10) 3,060 (120.47) 4,060 (159.8) ---Optional Big Bore BB: A2-11 130 (5.12) 12-85-2,400 (4) 37 / 30 (50 / 40) ------3000C 4000C

Turret Spindle
-Geared headstocks -4-speed ranges (on standard bore and big bore models only) -High cutting torque -Headstock scraped to base -NC servo turret indexing -12 Stations ID or OD -Powerful multifunction available

Controlled Axes Swing Over Way Covers mm (in) Swing Over Saddle Max Turning Dia-Upper Max Turning Dia-Lower Travel XA-Upper Travel XB-Lower
CAPACITY

mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in)

Max ZA Travel-Upper Max ZB Travel-Lower

Max Work Length-Upper mm (in) Spindle Nose Type

1,000 (39.34) 2,000 (78.74) 3,000 (118.11) 4,000 (157.48)


Multifunction is positioning only for this spindle

Multifunction is positioning only for this spindle

Optional Super BB

Optional Super BB

SBB: A2-20 260 (10.23) 31-275-900 (1) 45 / 37 (60 / 50) 30 min / cont. {Multifunction Turret} {NC-V12 / V10, VDI60} {L or M,12} {VDI 60+1.25"sq Wedge} {VDI 60+2.5 I.D. Holder}

SPINDLES

Spindle Bore Total Speed Range Std. Power C-Axis Mechanism Turrets Type No. of Tool Stations-Upper

mm (in) min -1 kW (hp)

90 (3.54) 30 / 22 (40 / 30)

14-219-3,200 (2+2) 12-187-2,800 (2+2) 40-335-1,400 (2) - - - -

Upper Only-NC-V12-Slotted L12 (I.D. or O.D.) 1.0"sq Wedge Lock 2.0 I.D. Holder Base -------

Size of O.D.Turning Tool inch


TURRET

Size of I.D. Turning Tool inch Rotary-Speed Range Rotary-Power Rapid Traverse Min / Max Feedrate XA / ZA Servo Power ZA Thrust Quill Type Floor Space Width mm (in) mm (in) kg (lbs) min
-1

{40-383-765; 104-1,000-2,000, 2-Range-Variable} {7.5 / 5.7 (10 / 7.3) (30m/con.) } X: 15 / Z: 20 (591 / 787) {C: 100 rpm} X, Z: 0.001-1,000.00 (0.000040-39.3700) XA: BL 3.6 (4.8) ZA: BL 6 (8.0) 1,211 (2,664) Net Continuous Chucker Live Quill MT#5 5,740 (226) 2,895 (114) 7,240 (285) 4,240 (167)

kW (hp) m/min (ipm) mm (in) kW (hp) kgf (lbf) Chucker

X: 15 / Z: 20 (591 / 787) {C: 100 rpm} X, Z: 0.001-1,000.00 (0.000040-39.3700) XA: BL 4.5 (2.4) ZA: BL 6 (4.8) 810 (1,702) Net Continuous 3,995 (157) 2,620 (102) 9,100 (20,020) 9,500 (20,900) 11,400 (25,080) 12,900 (28,380) {740 (1,628) for M} Live Quill MT#5 4,845 (190) 5,610 (221)

Bed & Construction


-Hardened and ground box guideways -Hand scraped ballscrew bracket connection

SIZE

SERVOS

Floor Space Depth Net Weight

12,000 (26,400) 12,500 (27,500) 14,500 (31,900) 16,500 (36,300)

{M}: Multifunction Spindle

A TURN FOR THE BETTER


A machining center that can convert to a turning machine proves invaluable
Okuma believes that quality machines deliver more value, which cannot always be measured in a standard comparison of features. Quality and value quickly become apparent when a horizontal machining center can perform traditional turning operations such as seat pockets, tapered bores, and weld preps in a single setup. A machining center that can convert to a turning machine is immediately more valuable than a single-purpose tool. Okumas Turn Cut Function synchronizes the circular motion of the feed axis with the spindle. This synchronization provides for a turning and contouring capability much like that of a lathe. Utilizing spindle rotation as an interpolated axis in conjunction with the X and Y axes, the Turn Cut function generates simple turned features on the work piece without the need for expensive drive units and light duty attachments. The Okuma THINC control offers a level of operator friendliness that is not available from other manufacturers. We know that taking advantage of new technologies often requires an extensive learning curve. Okuma simplifies this transition by including special features in the THINC control. Full networking is available to facilitate easy uploading and downloading of part programs. Family of parts programming utilizing simple variable assignments and calculations significantly reduces the size of the files. Special programs can be written that perform checks of control switch positions that can virtually eliminate operator error. We have also incorporated abundant graphics that assist the operator with tool offsetting, zero setting, and program prove out. All the benefits of an Okuma control become apparent when you tackle oil field component parts. Okuma engineering ingenuity and machine flexibility allow oil industry suppliers to maximize their equipment investment.

MA-400H/500H/600H
HORIZONTAL

UNCOMPROMISING ACCURACY

Spindle Maintenance
Oil-air lubrication extends spindle performance (Approx 2.5 times standard spindle) Column traverse system provides easy access to the spindle and workpiece

High Precision Index Table


Highly-accurate positioning with taper cone type pallet seat Curvic coupling 1 indexing (Standard) NC 0.0001 indexing (Optional)

SPECIFICATIONS

MA-400HA
mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) deg kg (lb) sec (deg) min-1
50-8,000 NT40 [opt. HSK-A63] 11 / 7.5 (15 / 10) 270 (199) 3min Cat Special 560 x 610 x 625 (22.05 x 24.01 x 24.61) 560 (22.05) 610 (24.01) 625 (24.61) 50-660 (1.97-25.98) 85-710 (3.35-27.95) 400 x 400 (15.75 x 15.75) 1 [opt. 0.001] 400 (800) [opt. 600 (1,320)] 1.2 (90) / 1.5 (180) 8k [opt. 15k, 20k, 25k, 35k] 50-15,000 NT40 [opt. HSK-A63] 15 / 11 (20 / 15) 199 (147) 10min Cat Special [HSK] 100 (3.94) 150 (5.91) 300 / 10 (11.81 / 22) T-T: 1.3 / C-C: 3.0 50-20,000 HSK-A63

MA-500HB [opt: HA]


700 x 900 x 780 (27.56 x 35.43 x 30.71) 700 (27.56) 900 (35.43) 780 (30.71) 50-950 (1.97-37.40) Tapped Pallet 70-850 (2.76-33.46) 500 x 500 (19.69 x 19.69) 1 [opt. 0.001] 800 (1,760) [opt. 1,000 (2,200)] Tapped Pallet 1.9 (90) / 2.6 (180)

MA-600HB

[opt: HA]

Max Machining Volume X Axis - Column - L-R Y Axis - Spindle U-D


TRAVELS

1,000 x 900 x 1,000 (39.37 x 35.43 x 39.37) 1,000 (39.37) 900 (35.43) 1,000 (39.37) 50-950 (1.97-37.40) Tapped Pallet 70-1,070 (2.75-42.12) 630 x 630 (24.80 x 24.80) 1 [opt. 0.001] 1,200 (2,640) [opt. 1,400 (3,080)] Tapped Pallet 2.0 (90) / 3.0 (180)

Z Axis - Table B-F Spindle Nose To Pallet Center Rotary Pallet Size Indexing Angle Max Load Capacity Indexing Time (1 Table) Applicable Spindles*
Spindle Speed

Spindle Center To Pallet Surface mm (in)

TABLE

HB: 50taper: 6k Base [opt. 12k],[ opt. HA: 15k, 20k, 25k, 35k] 50-25,000 HSK-A63 [BIG PLUS] 15 / 11 (20 / 15) 11 / 7.5 (15 / 10) 29.1 (21.4) 10min HSK-A63 HSK-A63 100 (3.94) 150 (5.91) 300 / 10 (11.81 / 22) T-T: 1.3 50-35,000 HSK-F63 (up to 20) ---4.09 (3.01) Continuous HSK-F63 HSK-F63 100 (3.94) 150 (5.91) 300 / 10 (11.81 / 22) T-T: 1.3 50-6,000 NT50 30 / 22 (40 / 30) 26 / 15 (35 / 20) 606 (447) 10min MAS2 Special 140 (5.1) 240 (9.45) 450 / 25 (17.72 / 55) T-T: 2.0 / C-C: 4.4 50-12,000 NT50 37 / 26 (50 / 35) 22 / 15 (30 / 20) 284 (210) 10min MAS2 Special 140 (5.1) 240 (9.45) 450 / 25 (17.72 / 55) T-T: 2.0 / C-C: 4.4
SPINDLE SELECTION

-Rapid traverse: 60m m/min -Max acceleration in rapid traverse: 0.7G

SPINDLES

High-speed axis feed (X, Y, Z axis):

Wide-range spindle:
-12,000 min-1 37/26

Tapered Bore Spindle - High Winding {10 min/cont} kW (hp) Spindle - Low Winding {10 min/cont} kW (hp)

15 (3min) / 11 (20 (3min) / 15) 26 / 18.5 (34 / 25)

30 / 22 (40 / 30) One Winding 57 (42) 10min HSK-A63 HSK-A63 100 (3.94) 150 (5.91) 300 / 10 (11.81 / 22) T-T: 1.3 / C-C: 3.0

Max Spindle Torque V-Flange Retention Knob Max Tool Dia (w adjacent) Max Tool Dia (w/o adjacent) Max Tool Length/Max Mass Tool Changing Time T-T/C-C Magazine Capacity Tool Selection Axis Feed X / Y / Z Table Indexing General Coolant Motor Rapid Traverse X : Y : Z Cutting Feedrate X : Y : Z Floor Space WxD Net Weight Positioning Accuracy Repeatable Accuracy

Nm (lbf-ft)

-T-T: 2.0 sec -C-C: 4.4 sec -APC time: 12 sec

ATC PER SPINDLE

High-speed ATC/APC:

Cat40 [opt. BT40, DIN] Cat40 [opt. BT40, DIN HSK-A63]

CAT50 [opt. Inquire OAC] CAT50 [opt. BT, HSK-A100]

mm (in) mm (in)
mm/kg (in/lbs)

100 (3.94) 150 (5.91) 300 / 10 (11.81 / 22) T-T: 1.3 / C-C: 3.0

High-speed index table:


-Index time (90/180) 1 indexing 2.0/3.0 sec 0.001 indexing (OP) 2.5/3.5 sec. pallet to pallet

sec

ATC

30 [opt. 40, 60, 100, 152, 198] Matrix Magazine Random {Fixed with 100 Tools or More (Matrix Magazine) }

40 [opt. 60, 100, 150, 200, 240, 320] Multi-Magazine Random {Fixed Type with 100 Tools or More (Multi-Magazine) } 6.7 (8.93) / 6 x 2 (8.0 x 2) /6.7 (8.93) 4.0 (5.36) [opt. Full C: 3.8 (5.1)] 0.4 (0.536) 60,000 (2,362) @ 0.7G Acceleration 1-60,000 (0.04-2,362) 3,080 x 5,670 (121.26 x 223.22) 23,000 (50,600) +/-0.004 (0.000160) Full Stroke {JIS Method} +/-0.0015 (+/-0.000059) {JIS Method}

40 [opt. 60, 100, 150, 200, 240, 320, 400] Multi-Magazine Random {Fixed Type with 100 Tools or More (Multi-Magazine) } 6.7 (8.93) / 6 x 2 (8.0 x 2) / 7.1 (95) 4.0 (5.3) [opt. Full C: 4.0 (5.3) ] 0.55 (0.75) 60,000 (2,362) @ 0.7G Acceleration 1-60,000 (0.04-2,362) 3,380 x 6,195 (133.07 x 243.90) 26,000 (57,200) +/-0.004 (0.000160) Full Stroke {JIS Method} +/-0.0015 (+/-0.000059) {JIS Method}

MOTORS FEED

kW (hp) kW (hp) kW (hp) mm/min (ipm) mm/min (ipm)


mm x mm (in x in)

6.2 (8.27) / 6.2 (8.27) / 6.2 (8.27) 2.8 (3.75) [opt. Full C: 2.8 (3.75)] 0.4 (0.536) 60,000 (2,362) 1-60,000 (0.04-2,362) 2,400 x 4,366 (94.49 x 171.89) 11,500 (25,300) +/-0.004 (0.000160) Full Stroke {JIS Method} +/-0.0015 (0.000059) {JIS Method}

SIZE

FEED

Image shown is MA-500H/600H only

kg (lbs) mm (in) mm (in)

ACC

* Spindle selections 8k HA, 15k HA, 20k HA, 25k HA, 35k HA, 6k HB, 12k HB are available on all 500 and 600 series machines.

MASTER OF MULTI-TASKING
9-Axis machining brings maximum productivity to the shop floor
Productivity is born when multiple tasks can be accomplished without interruption. Machining oil tool parts to completion without changing setups means less WIP, better quality, more controlled dimensional relationships and fewer setups with less dependence upon manpower. High-level multi-tasking engages more modes of machining and as many axes as possible to deliver the best result most efficiently. Okumas 9-Axis MacTurn machines bring high-level multi-tasking to your shop floor, enabling significant productivity gains, offering front to back or lathe to milling operations on a single machine. Only a mechanically sound machine with a precision-engineered control can realize the goal of single chuck part machining. Multi-tasking becomes a working reality because of the Okuma control and programming capability. The Macturn control is designed from the ground up for 9-axis machining, not just adapted from some other multi-tasking software. This kind of originality allows you to do simultaneous back-side/front-side machining. The ability to move to mill/drill work seamlessly further demonstrates the superiority of the Okuma program. Perhaps most important to efficiency and productivity, The MacTurn represents the ultimate in machine tool technology true nine-axis machining, rapid tool change cycles, easy programming and a flawless machine tool. If it sounds like the MacTurn was made for your shops challenging machining applications, you are probably right it was. Versatility is important, but it absolutely cannot be born by sacrificing other elements. Machine rigidity, solid part retention and a flawless tool changer remain standard features of every Okuma. Nine-axis machining cannot be accomplished without the fundamentals in place our engineering approach, One Source, ensures that solid foundation for the MacTurn and every other Okuma machine. Processing a rock bit on a MacTurn delivers not only complete turning, but also reduced cycle time. This efficiency is created by machining the front side of Part 1 (Left Spindle) while simultaneously turning the back side of Part 2 (Right Spindle). Once the Lathe/Turning is complete, the Mill/Drill work begins. drilling can be accomplished at any angle without complex fixtures or table on table setups. Simply, put, the MacTurn achieves where others merely struggle.

MACTURN250/350/550
9-AXIS

NEW APPROACH TO SUPERIOR MACHINING

Lower Turret
Milling function on lower turret Highly efficient simultaneous 4-axis machining

Spindle Capabilities
1 and full B-axis H1 turret for slope work Y-axis travel: 250: 160mm (6.30"), 350: 190mm (7.46"), 550: 250mm (9.84")

SPECIFICATIONS

250-W 2S
1000 Upper Saddle

350-W 2S
1500 Upper Saddle 530 (20.87) XA: 550 (21.65)

250-W 2S 350-W 2S
1000 Lower Saddle ---1500 Lower Saddle ----

550-W 2S
2000 Upper Saddle 720 (28.34) XA: 720 (28.34) 2,505 (98.62) 3,505 (137.99)
0 position: 610 [+585 / -25]
(24.01 [ +23.03 / -.98])

60 slant bed:
-Rigid and stable construction
Swing Over Bed mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) deg deg sec/deg inch

Lower Saddle ---370 (14.76) ---(9.05 [+7.28 / -1.77])

H1 Turret:
-Built-in spindle 6,000 min-1 -Milling spindle 7.5/5.5/3.7 kW

Highly accurate machining:


-Roundness 0.3 micron (actual result) -Surface roughness (uniformity) 0.4 micron (actual result)

Max Machining Dia Distance Btw Noses X Travel Z Travel


CAPACITY

XB: 230 (9.06) XB: 330 (12.99) ZA: 1,940 (76.38)


XA: 505 [+420 / -85]
(19.88 [16.53+3.34]) (6.30 [+4.53 ~ -1.77])

ZA: 1,440 (56.69)


XA: 475 [+390 to -85}
(18.70 [+15.35 to -3.34])

---XB: 160 [+115 ~ -45]


(8.26 [+6.49 / - 2.16])

XB: 210 [+165/-45]

230 [+185 / -45]

ZA: 1,170 (46.06)

ZA: 1,670 (65.74)

ZB: 1,155 (45.47) ZB: 1,670 (65.75) 2,215 (87.20) 3,215 (126.57) ---------VDI40, NC Servo, Non-Lift Radial Pocket 0.25 / 180 (Station 0.4 sec) VDI40 ------0.25 X: 30 (1,181) Z: 40 (1,575) ------250 [9.84]
360 Rotary AxisControl Angle 0.001 210 (-15 ~ +195), 1 step [opt. 0.001 Step / opt .001 Contouring]

2,100 (82.67) ------------0.25 / 180 (Station 0.4 sec) VDI40 ---------X: 30 (1,181) Z: 40 (1,575) ------------------2SW (61,600)
Right Spindle Std.

Y Travel B-Axis Turret Type Index Time Tooling Spec Tool Shank Type Magazine Capacity Tool Changing Time Rapid Traverse Rapid Traverse Min / Max Feedrate Servo Power Effective Thrust Quill Type Machine Height

160 [+80 / -80] (6.30 [+3.15/-3.15]) 190 [+95 / -95] (7.48 [+3.74/-3.74]) 360 Rotary Axis-Control Angle 0.001 210 (-15 ~ +195), 1 Step [opt. 0.001 Step] H1 ATC-Integral B-Axis 1 0.7 / 90 HSK-A63 (O.D. 1"sq, I.D. 1.5) HSK-A63 [Opt: CAPTO-C6, KM-63] 44 [Opt: 80, 120, 180] ---HSK-A63 (O.D. 1"sq, I.D. 1.5) HSK-A63 [Opt: CAPTO-C6, KM63, CAT40] 44 [Opt: 80, 120 Max] T-T: 3.0 / C-C: 5.0

C-Axis 1 and 2 (Rt Spndl) deg

TURRET

H1 ATC-Integral B-Axis 1 ------CAT50 [Opt: KM-100, HSK-A100] All Fixed Type: 32 [Opt: 50, 80, 120, 180] ---X: 30 (1,181) Y: 26 (1,023) Z: 40 (1,575) W: 40 (1,575)

FEEDRATE

-High-speed axis feed by linear roller guide (X:30, Y:26, Z:40 m/min C:200 min-1)

ATC

Guideway:

sec m/min (ipm) m/min (ipm) mm (in) kW (hp) kgf (lbf) mm (in) kg (lbs) min -1 mm (in) kW (hp) mm (in) deg

T-T: 2.9, C-C: 4.2 0-deg position-HSK-normal tool)

X: 30 (1,181) Y: 26 (1,023) Z: 40 (1,575) W: 40 (1,575) B: 30 (1,180) C: 200 rpm X, Z: 0.001-1,000.00 (0.000040-39.3700) XA: (8) Y: (4) ZA: (8) W: (5.3) B: (3.7) ZA: 4,387 (987) Dead Quill MT#5 [opt. Live Quill MT4] 2,900 (114.17) 3,820 x 2,540 (150.4 x 100) Mac250 & 350
Left Spindle Std.

B: 30 (1,180) C: 200 rpm


X, Y, Z: 0.001-1,000.00 (0.000040-39.3700)

XA: (8.0) Y: (4.0) ZA: (8.0) B: 3.7 W: (8) XB: (5.3) ZB: (5.3) XB: (5.3) ZB: (8.0) ZA: 4,387 (987) Live Quill MT4 2,950 (116.14) 4,560 x 2,640 (179.5 x 103.5) Mac250 ZB: 4,736 (1,066) ---------350 2S-W: (30,140)
250 Rt Spndl [opt] 350 Rt Spndl [opt] 250 Rt Spndl [opt] 350 Rt Spndl Std.

XA: (9.5) Y: (9.5) ZA: (9.5) W: (6.4 ) B: (3.7)

----

ZA: 8,090 (1,820) Live Quill MT5 3,105 (122.24) (242.1 x 121.0) (281.5 x 121.5) 2SW (61,600)
Left Spindle Std.

ZA: 7,094 (1,596)

Milling option available on lower turret

SIZE

Floor Space WxD (Std ATC) mm (in) Net Weight (Std ATC) Spindle Speed Spindle Nose Type Spindle Bore Std. Power 3-Jaw Hyd. Chuck Draw Tube Assy I.D. C-Axis

2S-C: 11,500 (25,300) 2S-W: 12,545 (27,600) 50 1S-C (25,140) 350 1S-W(26,140) 350 2S-C: (27,940)
Right Spindle Std.

Mac 550

Mac 550

38-500-5,000 A2-6 62 (2.44) 22 / 15 (30 / 20) 8 Hollow-Incl. 52 (2.04) 60 x 0.001

45-6,000 JIS 140 flat 43 (1.69) 11 / 7.5 (15 / 10) 6 Hollow-Incl 32.5 (1.28) 360 x 0.001

38-500-5,000 A2-6 62 (2.44) 15/11/7.5(20/15/10) 8 Hollow-Incl. 52 (2.04) 360 x 0.001

38-500-5,000 A2-6 62 (2.44) 22/15/(30/20) 8 Hollow-Incl. 52 (2.04) Thru 360 x 0.001

35-3,500 SB: A2-8 90 (3.54) 30 / 25 (20 / 33) 15 Hollow 78 (3.07)

38-3800 A2-8 80 (3.15) 22 / 15 (30 / 20) 10 Hollow 70 (2.75)

Image shown is MacTurn 250 & 350 only

SPINDLES

Full C-Axis-360, 0.001 increment

GOING TO GREAT LENGTHS


Okuma and Partners in THINC come together to form a far-reaching solution
To reach the depths required to access oil reserves, numerous lengths of large pipe must be connected. The couplings for this pipe are critical to its success an accurate fit yields a tight seal, while the slightest variation in ID/OD or threads can result in costly and dangerous leaks. The sheer size of this pipe has kept its production manually driven for decades. Okuma and Partners in THINC have engineered a solution to this manual process, eliminating the need for outdated machines, increasing productivity and reducing risk of human error. The Okuma Oil Coupling Cell is the industrys first advanced automated cell for oil coupling production. We combined horizontal and vertical lathes, a gantry robot, specific tooling, fixturing and a conveyor system to produce a machine cell capable of executing precision cuts on the oversize parts required to reach deep oil reserves. Engineered and tested on-site at the Okuma Partners in THINC facility, the Okuma Oil Coupling Cell is the result of experimenting and fine-tuning only possible in a solutions-oriented setting. Our partners came together to create the optimal solution for the oil industry and we didnt stop until we found it. Small footprint, zero human intervention and integrated performance technology all come together to mark a significant advancement in productivity for the oil drilling industry. This cell overcomes previous barriers to automation, including the primary problem of chip accumulation during turning and threading operations and reliance on operators for lifting and setting large parts. The cell comprises a FANUC overhead gantry robot with the capacity to load a double-length coupling blank, which is later separated into two couplings without further fixturing. Okuma also partnered with Kennametal to enable the roughing and finishing operations for coupling ID and OD. These are performed on a four-axis Okuma LOC650 oil-country lathe, which also performs the cutoff operation. From here, a conveyor moves the coupling to an Okuma V80R vertical turning lathe, equipped with a modified tooling adaptor and Chip-BLASTER high-pressure, high-volume coolant system. This configuration results in optimal chip removal during the turning and threading operations, ultimately yielding a more precise cut. Upon completion of threading cuts, the coupling is moved to a measuring station where a Marposs gauge inspects its threads and diameters. All this is accomplished in a cycle time of only 11 minutes.

OIL COUPLING CELL


LOC650/V80R

AN INDUSTRY FIRST

LOC650
Heavy material removal during OD cutting and ID boring 4-axis simultaneous high torque cutting 1,000 psi high pressure coolant for chip control and thru-spindle chip evacuation

V80R
Finish profile and threading 1,500 psi high pressure coolant for chip control and evacuation Capable of large, heavy-duty chucks for robust turning (850 mm air chuck shown)

SPECIFICATIONS

V80R
mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) min-1 min-1 1,100 (43.3) 800 (31.5) 1,000 (39.4) 840 (33.1) 1,150 (45.3) A2-11 110 (4.3) 200 (7.8) 13~1,250 10~180, 12~530, 15~340, 20~1,000 Stepless V12 + V12 mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) m/min (ipm) m/min (ipm) 32 (1.25) 40 (1.5), 50 (2.0), 63 (2.5) 465 (18.5) 840 (33.0) 16 (630) 16 (630) 0-200% (15 Step) 22 / 30 (30 / 40) 37 / 45 (50 / 60) 95 800 (211.3) 4,500 x 2,755 (177.2 x 108.5) 4,065 (160.2) 22,000 (48,400)

Distance Between Spindle Max Turning Diameter


CAPACITY

Max Swing on the Spindle Max Turning Length Spindle Nose Height from Floor Spindle Nose Type Spindle Bore Diameter Spindle Front Bearing Diameter Spindle Speed Standard Option

Okuma LOC650

FANUC Gantry Robot

Spindle Speed Range Shift


SPINDLE

Turret Type Standard Tool Size Boring Bar Diameter Axis Travel X Z X Z

AXIS FEED

Rapid Traverse Feedrate Override Main Drive Motor

ELECTRIC

Standard (30 min/cont) Optional (30 min/cont)

kW (hp) kW (hp) kVA L/gal mm (in) mm (in) kg (lbs)

Overall Power Requirement Coolant Capacity Floor Space Requirement Overall Machine Height Machine Weight

Okuma 2SP-V80 or V80R

For specifications on the LOC650 , please see page 8.

SIZE

KNOW THE DRILL


Simplify high production rates with the MU-400
The tool bit defines the Oil Patch. The performance of the tool bit in the hole is the standard for success in drilling. Premature failure will destroy a companys reputation. The ability to machine a tool bit accurately to rigid performance standards distinguishes a bit supplier beyond all others. That is why successful manufacturers choose Okuma. If your shop is tooled to perform high production rates via simplified operations, you need machines that can be pushed for day-in, day-out performance. The 5-Axis MU-400, with its trunion setup, represents Okumas best solution for a compact footprint that is able to support a versatile machining area. The MU-400 has the ability to address all sides of a workpiece, with flexibility approaching that of the MacTurn. Built around the proven and award-winning MB-Series platform, this machine delivers exceptional thermal control, rigidity, and tolerance control. The MU-400 Series offers five-axis capability so that you can use all the versatility of Okumas control to deliver precision-machined bits at record production rates. You get the same mill/drill features that allow performing these operations at complex angles without sophisticated fixtures. The well-matched speed of both the linear and rotary axis on the MU-400 makes quick and rigid machining a certainty. Machining a rock bit on this tool requires breaking down the process to a multiple machine setup typically for higher production rates or simplified operations for the customer. The MU-400 can be targeted to address all of the mill/drill features for the workpiece. The 5-Axis capability, including the rotary table, will allow positioning those features to the rock bit similar to a typical VTL positioning scheme. The well-matched speed of both the linear and rotary axis would allow for very quick and rigid machining. If you are aiming for a place at the top of your customers preferred vendor list, look to Okumas machine tools to help you deliver the tool bit products they can rely on. The proof is in the performance.

MU-400V/500V
5-AXIS

ABUNDANT POWER

Solid Trunnion Construction


Rotation range - C-axis: 360 degrees - A-axis: +20 to -110 degrees Maximum workpiece size -6 00 x H400 mm

The Ultimate In User-friendly


Loading/unloading tools to/from the magazine can be performed from the front of the machine Comfortable table height and accessibility for workpiece and setup changes

SPECIFICATIONS

MU-400V
mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) deg deg mm (in) kg (lbs) min-1 mm (in) mm (in) deg/min deg/min mm/min no of tools mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) kg (lbs) sec kW (hp) mm (in) mm x mm
(in x in)

MU-500V
1,250 (49.21) 660 (25.98) 540 (21.26) +20~-100 360 500 (19.96) 500 (1,100)

X Axis (Ram Saddle Horizontal) Y Axis (Table Front/Back) Z Axis (Spindle Vertical) A Axis C Axis Table Dimensions Maximum Load Capacity Spindle Speed Tapered Bore Rapid Traverse (X-Y)
FEEDRATES

762 (30.00) 460 (18.11) 460 (18.11) +20 110 360 400 (15.75) 300 (660) 8,000 7 / 24 Taper No. 40 15,000 NT40 [HSK-A63] 40,000 (1,575) 32,000 (1,260) 14,400 18,000 32 (1.26) MAS BT40 [opt HSK] 20 [opt. 32, 48, 105] 90 (3.54) 125 (4.92) 240 (9.45) 8 (18) 1.2 11 / 7.5 (15 / 10) 30 (24) 2,950 (116) 2,160 x 2,715 (85 x 107) 7,700 (16,940) 20 (15) 15 (20) 11/7.5 (15/10) 25,000 HSK-A63 35,000 HSK-F63 8,000 7/24 Taper No. 40

Reducing non-cutting time:


-Fast rapid traverse: 40 m/min (X, Y) -High accel./decel. spindle: 1.2 sec -High-speed ATC: 1.2 sec (T-T)

-Standard: 8,000 min -Wide range: 15,000 min-1 -High speed: 25,000 min-1 -High speed: 35,000 min-1
-1

SPINDLE

Select optimum spindle:

TABLE

TRAVELS

15,000 HSK-A63 40,000 (1,575) 32,000 (1,260) 18,000 18,000 32 (1.26) MAS BT40 [opt HSK] 20 [opt. 32, 48] 90 (3.54) 125 (4.92) 400 (15.75) 8 (18) ----22/18.5 (30/25) 3,541 (139) 2,940 x 3,360 (116 x 132) 12,000 (26,400)

Rapid Traverse (Z) Rapid Traverse (A) Rapid Traverse (C) Cutting Feedrate (X-Y-Z) Tool Shank Tool Magazine Capacity Max Tool Diameter (w/ Adjacent Tools)

High-speed, high-accuracy rotary table:


-Rotation speed C-axis: 50 min-1 (300 deg/sec) A-axis: 40 min-1 (240 deg/sec) -Index accuracy: 4 sec (A and C axis) Repeatability: 1 sec (A and C axis)
ATC
MOTORS

Max Tool Diameter (w/o Adjacent Tools) Max Tool Length Max Tool Mass Tool Change Time Spindle Drive (10 min/cont) Height Floor Space (WxD) Weight

MACHINE SIZE

kg (lbs)

ONLY OKUMA CAN PROVIDE ONE SOURCE TECHNOLOGY


To deliver the results your customers demand, you must be confident in your entire machining process from concept to completion, everything must work in harmony together to achieve your goal. Okuma delivers that seamless production. Only Okuma has the ability to engineer, develop and deliver the entire cycle of tools, software, equipment and service that will keep your shop performing at the top of its game. Fully integrated machine tool solutions make Okuma the one source for everything your shop needs to make it and you successful.

1
AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGER(ATC)
The Okuma ATC exchanges tools within the spindle in less than 2 seconds. Our strength of material and design have created an ATC system unparalleled in its ability to decrease downtime and increase productivity.

2
MOTOR/DRIVE/ENCODER
Okuma designs and builds all the electronic drive boards, electric motors, and absolute encoder systems that provide feedback to the Okuma OSP control. Sophisticated communication within the system allows our machines to deliver some of the highest metal removal rates alongside positioning repeatability in the single-digit micrometer range.

3
BASE CASTING
Strength equals stability equals dependability equals value. Okumas thick web-cast iron base provides the strongest foundation upon which to build a machine center. Our hand-scraped bases perfectly match each model, allowing Okuma machines to absorb the toughest horsepower cuts with the greatest accuracy.

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4
THINC-OSP CONTROL
Okuma Sampling Path (OSP) Control technology was founded under a design plan of simplicity. The blend of electrical and systems engineering give the controls a full range of power, heightened accuracy and ease of operation. With the OSP Control, data can quickly turn from a CAD source into finished parts at the least cost per component.

5
TURRET
Each Okuma turret is created to match its specific machine. It is purposefully designed to capitalize on available horsepower and efficiently remove material without sacrificing accuracy. The durability of our turrets greatly increases the strength of the cutting process.

6
SPINDLE
One of the most critical elements of the machine, the spindle illustrates our innovative design approach. By incorporating the drive motor with the spindle, and taking into account rigidity, lubrication and power, Okuma has created a spindle that is both powerful and stable. Our spindles ensure consistently accurate finished parts and predictable productivity for years to come.

7
DISTRIBUTOR NETWORK
Okuma has spent decades building strong relationships with our network of distributor partners. With 44 well-respected distribution partners located throughout North and South America, Okuma offers you a one-stop resource for all things Okuma sales, service, training, and more. More than 477 service professionals, from sales representatives to technicians, are available to work with you to design the technology solutions that address your core business needs. Our seven Okuma technology centers serve as both product showrooms and innovation testing ground. Choose Okuma and youll soon realize what the others are missing. Service, technology, quality engineered to exceed expectations.

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