4/24/2008

CNC Lathe With 66 Option Variations

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Okuma's LB3000EX space turn CNC lathe is one of four mew models offering 66 option variations, the machine provides the highest quality multitasking capacity for a two-axis lathe in its class. Built on a box slant bed with a thoroughly tested thermo-friendly design, the machine is able to achieve machining dimensional change-over time of less than 5 micrometers in diameter.

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Okuma's LB3000EX space turn CNC lathe is one of four mew models offering 66 option variations, the machine provides the highest quality multitasking capacity for a two-axis lathe in its class. Built on a box slant bed with a thoroughly tested thermo-friendly design, the machine is able to achieve machining dimensional change-over time of less than 5 micrometers in diameter.

As many as ten pair of NC tailstock positions can be set, enabling continuous machinign of workpieces with 10 different lengths without setup along with X and Z rapid traverse rates of 984 and 1,181 ipm, respectively. In addition, the machine can be equipped with milling capability, a subspindle, a Y axis, two bed sizes (500 and 1,000 mm) and two spindle sizes, making the machine capable of fitting your diverse application requirements.

The lathe features the Thinc-OSP control, a PC Windows-based platform with open architecture, plug and play USB capability and 40 GB of memory.

 

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