Genos M460V-5AX VMC Cuts a Variety of Materials
Okuma’s Genos M460V-5AX vertical machining center has a solid double-column structure, full five-axis simultaneous control and thermal stability performance that give it the ability to cut a variety of materials.
Okuma’s Genos M460V-5AX is a five-axis vertical machining center designed to manufacture high-precision parts and deliver metal removal rates in a compact design. Its solid double-column structure, five-axis simultaneous control and thermal stability performance are said to give it the ability to cut a variety of materials.
Using a hypoid gear drive, the vertical machining center features trunnion construction that offers accuracy, rigidity and table rotation speed. The spindle produces less vibration and power loss at the tooltip for surface finishes and metal removal rates.
A three-, four- or five-axis vertical machining cneter can run the gamut of capability and cost. Assessing your application requirements now and in the future can make for a much wiser machining center purchase.
The “Pursuit of Perfection” is how Acero Precision defines its mission and while such lofty words make nice copy, all one needs to do is visit this contract manufacturer to experience how serious the company is about the technology, personnel and processes necessary to make it more than an abstract goal.
This attachment provides shops using thee-axis machining centers the option of on-demand four- and five-axis machining.