4-axis lathe

4-axis lathe

August 4, 2016

Okuma America Corp.

http://www.okuma.com/americas
Machining Tooling/Cutting
Charlotte, North Carolina – Okuma’s LU3000 EX-M turning center is known for excellence in manufacturing precision parts in high production environments and is designed for reliability, longevity, and maximized up-time. At IMTS 2016, this machine will feature the new Machining Navi T-g Intelligent Technology and will be shown cutting an adjustable stabilizer on 1045 steel with tooling from ISCAR, a member of Partners in THINC. 
 
The LU3000 EX-M is built as an integrated production system to make precision parts with the highest level of efficiency for years of trouble-free production. This machine features a compact design, heavy-duty, cast iron base, in addition to optimized CNC control, motors, and drive systems that are specifically designed to work together for maximum machine performance. 
 
With a powerful main spindle and dual servo turrets capable of simultaneous, synchronized control, the LU3000 EX-M has the power and flexibility to produce parts with two tools in the cut to maximize production. Additionally, Okuma offers a series of functions designed to enhance and simplify simultaneous 4-axis turning – including a single programming file for both turrets, and the ability to program both turrets as if they were the upper turret operating on the left spindle.
 
The LU3000 EX-M, designed and built around Okuma’s Thermal Friendly Concept, is capable of producing high quality parts across multiple shifts despite changing environmental temperatures. With its box-slant bed design the LU3000 EX-M experiences minimal thermal growth over time.
 
IMTS 2016 – See Okuma at Booth #S-8500
 
Okuma America Corp