Okuma presented CNC innovations at NORTEC

Earlier this month, Okuma exhibited at NORTEC in Hamburg, presenting its high-performance Multus B300II multi-tasking machine, which features an optimised machine design and efficient specifications. Visitors to the production and manufacturing technology trade fair could also see the intelligent OSP-P500control. Okuma machines are available in the UK from NCMT.

At Okuma’s stand, visitors could witness for themselves the extensive range of solutions offered by the Multus B300II in detailed demonstrations and live machining sessions. In addition to turning and milling, the machine is also capable of high-speed inclined-axis machining.

Okuma says that the machine delivers the high-performance machining of entire small and medium batch sizes with its two-spindle design and a main spindle speed of up to 5000 rpm. The integrated multi-tool function maximises time savings, while the fully redesigned machine provides more possibilities for ergonomic working.

The Multus B300II has a 225° B-axis range. The base offering features a 40-tool ATC, with an optional 60-tool ATC available upon request. Notably,the H1-turret has a 0.001° Baxis and compound-motion Yaxis for machining flexibility. The main spindle is equipped with a full-contouring Caxis.

Okuma’sMultus B300II uses the company’s proprietary collision avoidance system for optimal machining quality and performance. This function prevents collision-related damage to machines and workpieces during process simulation, even before production begins. Potential collisions are detected early and processes stopped if necessary.

Okuma also showcased the new version of its OSPCNC at the trade show. It provides users with even greater ease of use, incorporates sophisticated precautions against cyberattacks, and ensures maximum efficiency and precision thanks to intelligent upgrades. The OSP control also helps to reduce CO2emissions due to its energy efficiency.

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