Okuma America Corporation
11900 Westhall Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28278 US
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Okuma Machining Centers and Lathes
Okuma horizontal machining centers are engineered to deliver the exact power and precision required to meet any requirement. The Okuma design relies on a strengthened ball screw bracket, 3-point cooling for the Y-axis, intelligent chip handling, and Thermal Active Stability (TAS) to create the most stable and accurate horizontal machining centers on the market.
Okuma's broad range of lathes offers a variety of bore sizes, bed lengths and optional features, 427 combinations in all. This variety allows us to create custom lathe solutions capable of meeting any production need. Many parts can be completed on a single machine. The ability to hold tight tolerances eliminates the need for separate finishing or grinding operations. Okuma's industry-leading THINC - OSP Control creates optimal operating efficiency. The Absolute Position Encoder allows for the immediate return to production in case of power loss or other machine interruption.
|Okuma America Corporate Headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina|
Okuma America Corporation is the US based affiliate of Okuma Corporation, a world leader in the development of computer numeric controls (CNC) and machining technology, founded in 1898 in Nagoya, Japan. Okuma is known for its technology leadership and world-class manufacturing, product quality and dedication to customer service. Okuma products are used in the automotive, aerospace and defense, construction and farming equipment, oil and energy, medical, mold and die, and fluid power industries. With Okuma as your machining partner you are free to imagine a more productive, cost-effective solution, knowing we can work together to make it happen.
Okuma Double Column Machining Centers provide a solid, extra rigid foundation for performing accurate machining on extremely large parts let you perform accurate machining on very large parts. With two columns supporting the machine head and our innovative bridge-built architecture, these machines are designed to deliver precision and power. The second column not only provides stability, but also increases the overall size of the machine, allowing you to complete longer and larger parts. The Okuma THINC – OSP control manages the machine for efficiency and accuracy.
The Okuma line of I.D. and O.D. cylindrical grinding machines is the result of more than 60 years of experience designing grinders that meet the precision needs of industry. Okuma grinders feature a hydrostatic spindle which runs a film of oil, assuring a greater transfer of horsepower to the cut. These high performance grinders can be fitted with a wide range of options and third party accessories making them easy to integrate into production lines.
Okuma software has been developed to help you achieve optimum results from your Okuma machine, quickly and efficiently without an extensive learning curve. We build our own machines from the ground up and we know best what they are capable of doing. Since we know the specifications first hand, we can create software that maximizes the potential of Okuma machines. It’s Mechatronics, our all-encompassing approach to machine building, come full circle.
Okuma Welcomes New Controls Product Specialist
Okuma America Corporation is pleased to announce that Brad Klippstein has been named controls product specialist.
MP Systems Named Partner of the Year by Okuma America
Okuma America Corporation has announced that MP Systems, a manufacturer and supplier of high pressure coolant systems used in CNC manufacturing, was chosen by Okuma distributors as Partner of the Year amongst all members of Partners in Thinc.
Everybody Talks About the Skills Gap, But Some are Doing Something About It
One recent effort to help change the skills gap was hosted by Okuma America at the company’s headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Okuma Opens Aerospace Center of Excellence
Okuma has opened an Aerospace Center of Excellence at its facility in Charlotte, North Carolina.
'Make the Leap' at Okuma's Technology Showcase Event
A trip to Okuma headquarters in Charlotte, depending on where you live, might be a respite come December 9-10 when the company hosts its technology showcase.
CNC Lathe Uses Two Tools Simultaneously
Okuma’s LU4000 EX CNC lathe uses two turrets, allowing two tools to work simultaneously, providing process flexibility, as well as high removal rates, the company says.
HMC Offers Thermal Stability for Large-Part Applications
Okuma says its MA-12500H horizontal machining center (HMC) is designed to balance speed and cutting power for machining aluminum alloys, cast iron and difficult-to-machine materials.
White Paper Describes Preventing Chatter on CNC Lathes
Okuma's VSST and HSSC allow users to cut threads without chatter.
CNC Lathe Supports Two Tools Working Simultaneously
Okuma’s LU4000 EX CNC lathe is equipped with two turrets to enable two tools to work simultaneously, promoting process flexibility as well as high metal removal rates.
Okuma Corp. Partners with Machining Cloud on Machining Cloud Apps
Okuma Corp. has signed on with Machining Cloud GmbH as a partner for Machining Cloud, user-friendly PC and tablet apps that simplify the process of finding the right machines and cutting tools for any given manufacturing job.
New Director of Marketing at Okuma
Okuma America Corp. has promoted Julie Murphy to director of marketing, effective April 1 this year.
5ME Joins Partners in THINC
Okuma America Corporation announces that 5ME, a company who focuses on innovative technologies, products and value added services, has joined Partners in THINC.
Memex Automation Joins Partners in THINC
Okuma America Corporation announces that Memex Automation, a provider of Merlin, an innovative shopfloor productivity solution, has joined Partners in THINC.
Multus U Series Multitasking CNC Lathes Reduce Setup Time and More
Okuma’s Multus U Series general purpose multitasking CNC lathes are designed to reduce setup time, improve accuracy and keep non-cutting time to a minimum.
VIDEO: Okuma Hits the Refresh Button for its NASCAR
The new paint scheme car celebrates a longstanding, productive partnership between Okuma and RCR.
Okuma America’s 2013 Technology Showcase
Okuma America Corporation’s Technology Showcase event, held December 10-12, 2013 in Charlotte, N.C., was the company’s largest to date, both in attendance and the number of CNC machines shown.
Hard Turning’s Strong Finish
With the right methodology in place, this alternative to grinding can often save money while adequately meeting surface finish requirements.
Okuma’s OSP Control is 50 Years Old
In 1963, Okuma introduced its first CNC the OSP. OSP stands for Okuma sampling path, which emphasized the innovation of creating a digital representation of a machine tool’s cutting path.
Double-Column Machining Center Machines All Five Part Sides from a Single Setup
Okuma America Corporation’s double column machining center, the MCR-A5CII, includes multiple heads and can now machine all five sides of a part from a single setup.
Annual Technology Showcase Event Educates Attendees on the Latest Technology from Okuma
Okuma America Corporation holds the 2013 Technology Showcase event on December 10-12 in Charlotte N.C.