Okuma caters for Industry 4.0 with the latest transformative technology and dream machines

 14th - 17th May 2019 at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

 

Okuma Australia’s stand No. 740 at AUSTECH is an introduction to the future of manufacturing with the latest lathes, machining centres, multitasking machines and robotics plus the latest in IOT Connectivity Solutions with the Okuma Connect Plan.

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On display at the Okuma stand will be the Okuma CNC Lathe Model LB3000EXll  which is built on Okuma’s Thermo-Friendly Concept to ensure minimal thermal growth and slanted box bed construction which translates to unsurpassed quality and rigidity. With high powered torque, the machine delivers high quality machining from heavy to high speed cutting and with its operator-friendly Okuma OSP-P300LA Control, the machine is not only easy to operate but also to integrate with other peripheral equipment.

Stepping into the next generation is the GENOS M460V-5AX with OSP-P300MA-H 5-axis machining centre specifically designed to manufacture high precision parts and deliver impressive metal removal rates in a compact design. Its solid double column structure, full 5-axis simultaneous control and thermal stability provides it with the ability to easily cut a variety of materials. Not to be missed, this affordable 5-axis machine provides high productivity and profitability from a small footprint.

Okuma CNC Lathe Model LB3000EXll
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GENOS M460V-5AX
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Okuma Horizontal Machining Centre Model MB-5000HII
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Okuma Multi-tasking Machine Model Multus U3000
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Also featuring on the Okuma display stand is the Okuma Horizontal Machining Centre Model MB-5000HII offering quick acceleration, short tool changes and high power to improve productivity. This machine can be outfitted with either a 15K or a 20K rpm spindle and can also run with an Okuma pallet system.

Have a close look at the Okuma Multi-tasking Machine Model Multus U3000 on display, with its automatic tool changer and sub-spindle. The machine can be optioned with a tailstock/sub-spindle and a lower turret. This machine can complete the work in one setup with tools to spare in the ATC with a standard offering of 40 tools and options for 80, 120 and 180 tools. This machine has a 240º B-axis range with a 12,000rpm H1-milling spindle. Familiar programming methods from both lathe and machining centre disciplines blend easily thanks to the Okuma OSP-P300SA control, giving advanced functions such as ‘Collision Avoidance System’ as standard.

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Internet of Things (IOT) connectivity solutions with the Okuma Smart Factory ‘Connect Plan’, introduces real time analysis, on-going enhancement, unique functionality and transformational results. Okuma’s ‘Connect Plan’ is a software-based system that collects machine tool data and provides information that can be used to tune processes and improve productivity.

The Okuma ’Connect Plan’ provides analytics for improved utilization by connecting machine tools and providing visual information of factory operations and machining.

Under the theme-‘Connect, Visualise, Improve’ you simply connect the OSP Control to a server and install the Factory Monitor suite on the server to see the machine operation status from the shop floor, office, smartphone or virtually anywhere.

As Okuma will demonstrate, the ‘Connect Plan’ is an ideal solution for customers trying to improve machine utilization.

Okuma’s remote diagnosis allows the screen from a customer’s machine to be viewed at the Okuma Service Centre when a problem occurs enabling an efficient diagnosis to be made.

To cap off the ‘must see’ Okuma stand, look out for the Robojob compact user-friendly, cost effective and portable robot systems, capable of automatically loading and unloading CNC Lathes, Machining Centres and other production machines.

Visit the Okuma Stand for a view of the future in manufacturing which is NOW.

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