Okuma America Corporation
11900 Westhall Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28278 US
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|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.
Introducing OSP suite, an open architecture CNC control system that combines Okuma's Intelligent Technologies with various software applications to improve cycle and lead times while simultaneously achieving optimum machine conditions. Built on the OSP-P300 Control platform, it seamlessly combines a visually pleasing and easy to use operating interface with customizable layouts, machine tool apps, widgets, shortcuts and touch screen technology to improve shop floor productivity. The fully integrated functioning of OSP suite is made possible by Okuma’s use of the mechatronics approach, designing all control, motion and iron components to create a synergistic system that delivers greater reliability and enhanced performance.
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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’s Multus U Series Multitasking CNC Lathes Improve Accuracy
Built with the company’s heavy-duty construction, the lathes are designed to provide a sturdy platform for long-term rigidity and accuracy.
Keeping Energy Costs Down
This white paper provides information on energy-efficient technologies.
Okuma’s Five-Axis VMC Delivers High Accuracy and Productivity
This versatile machine is available with an array of spindle options, designed to provide a configuration for almost any five-axis job.
Okuma Expands Application Engineering Team
Brad Fitzpatrick, Jeff Hampton and Lee Johnston join Okuma.
Okuma Names Caron Engineering as Partner of the Year
Caron Engineering, a partner since 2007, ranked highest in several categories in the distributor survey.
Okuma Hires New Houston Tech Center Coordinator
Ted Winkle is responsible for managing all technical center activities in addition to supporting sales and Okuma distribution partner Hartwig.
Expanding for the Future
This 2-day event showcased the expansion of Marubeni's New Jersey facility that went from 26,000 square feet to more than 42,000 square feet.
Video Series Demonstrates Gun Part Manufacturing
Videos show various firearms cut with high-speed precision on Okuma machining centers and a horizontal lathe.
Antoine Johnson Joins Okuma’s Sales Team
He is responsible for supporting regional sales and Okuma distribution partner Gosiger.
HJ-400 Horizontal CNC Lathe Handles a Range of Workpieces
This machine tool can be equipped with an extended bed to accommodate a variety of workpieces for maximum flexibility and throughput.
Taking a Big Step
This Indiana shop made a leap from manual machining and basic CNC technology to a sophisticated turning cell and has not looked back. It's been a customer driven transition.
Okuma’s Pallet Pool System Provides Flexibility, Reliability
Okuma’s pallet pools are flexible manufacturing systems that connect to a select group of Okuma machining centers and five-axis machines to enable automatic part handling and pallet changes.
Okuma’s 2SP-150H Horizontal Lathe Proves Compact and Flexible
Okuma’s 2SP-150H horizontal twin spindle lathe offers high metal removal rates in a small space and is especially useful for small part machining.
Okuma Launches Industry Parts Viewer
The company's interactive Industry Parts Viewer provides users with a view of assemblies and parts from the automotive, aerospace, and oil and energy industries.
GI-10NII Internal Grinding Machine Provides High Efficiency for Automated Production
Okuma’s GI-10NII is equipped with rigid, high-speed grinding wheel spindles for automated environments.
Partners in Thinc Welcomes CGTech
CGTech, a developer of CNC software specializing in simulations, verification, optimization and analysis technology has joined Partners in Thinc.
Okuma's Multitasking CNC Turning Center Ideal for Large Part Turning and Multi-Sided Machining
Okuma‘s VTM-2000YB multitasking CNC turning center is built to handle heavy-duty turning and cutting of large parts.
It's an App World, Even Ours
In all walks of life these days, apps are springing up to make life easier and more productive. Machining businesses increasingly are no exception.
Okuma and Chip Ganassi Racing Teams Expand Sponsorship
CNC machine tool manufacturer Okuma America Corporation and Chip Ganassi Racing Teams have expanded their partnership agreement to include the No. 1 Chevrolet SS, driven by Jamie McMurray in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Okuma and Chip Ganassi Racing Teams Expand Sponsorship
CNC machine tool manufacturer Okuma America Corporation and Chip Ganassi Racing Teams (CGRT) have expanded their partnership agreement to now include the No. 1 Chevrolet SS, driven by Jamie McMurray in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.