8/18/2017

VTM-1200YB Multitasking Turning Center Handles Large Parts

Originally titled 'Multitasking Turning Center Handles Large Parts'
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Okuma America Corp.’s VTM-1200YB multitasking CNC turning center handles heavy-duty turning and cutting of large parts and is ideal for machining large diameter workpieces, such as those in the aerospace and energy industries.

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Okuma America Corp.’s VTM-1200YB multitasking CNC turning center handles heavy-duty turning and cutting of large parts. The construction, rigidity and cutting capabilities of this machine make it ideal for machining large diameter workpieces, such as those in the aerospace and energy industries, the company says.

The turning center cuts a variety of shapes, from turning to slope multitasking. It performs turning, vertical, horizontal and angled surface machining in one operation. The work spindle is supported at two locations by large diameter roller bearings that offer precise control for the production of complex parts. According to the company, the high torque spindle is capable of sustaining heavy cutting that is necessary for large parts such as valve bodies.

This machine also comes equipped with the OSP-P300S control, Thermo-Friendly Concept to maintain thermal stability and Collision Avoidance System to prevent costly collisions.

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