Okuma to exhibit in Paris

Okuma will exhibit at this year’s Paris Air Show (Le Bourget, 17-23 June, Hall 4 E51).

The company has more than three decades of expertise in machining technology for the aerospace industry. Within Okuma’s aerospace portfolio are manufacturing solutions for many workpieces such as turbine components, gear parts, hydraulic valves and landing gear components. Okuma’s range of turn-mill machines, including the MU-V, Multus-U and VTM-YB series, are predestined for aerospace applications, while the multi-tasking Laser EX series is additionally equipped with additive manufacturing capabilities.
Aerospace manufacturers benefit from Okuma’s intelligent technologies, like its Thermo-Friendly Concept, which compensates for thermal deformation. The benefit is dimensional stability during long-term machining operations. Furthermore, with the use of ‘Dynamic Tool Load Control’, costs can be reduced by allowing the use of cheap tooling inserts for machining difficult-to-cut materials like titanium.
Visitors to the Paris Air Show will have the opportunity to discuss the latest technological trends with Okuma experts, and are welcome to experience the company’s IoT solution Connect Plan. This software-based system provides analytics for improved utilisation by connecting machine tools and providing visual control of factory operations and machining.
Okuma traditionally puts a special focus on dedicated applications for the aerospace industry, and maintains three global Aerospace Centres of Excellence in Krefeld (Germany), Charlotte (USA) and Oguchi (Japan). All three facilities offer demonstrations of the specific solutions in operation and are open to interested visitors all year round.
For further information www.okuma.eu