Okuma America Corporation

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As seen in Automotive Design & Production

  • On Mfg - Nov/Dec

    Vertical turning; Large HMC; Laser system for texturing

  • Need to Know: IMTS 2012

    International Manufacturing Technology Show - September 10-15, 2012 - Chicago, IL.

  • Need To Know: IMTS 2010

    In its 28th year as the premier manufacturing technology show in North America, the 2010 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) is being held Sept. 13 to 18 at McCormick Place in Chicago.

  • Turning: Spindles are Important, but so is the System

    Okuma's Advanced Center for Manufacturing shares its strategy for turning lean.

  • Okuma's Automotive Initiative

    There are two new machine tools—in what is likely to become a more populous line of machinery—that have been developed by Okuma America to meet the needs of auto manufacturers. Here is an introduction.

 

Contact Information

Phone: (704)-588-7000
Fax: (704)-588-6503

Mailing Address:
11900 Westhall Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28278 US

A Special Message from Okuma America Corporation

 

Okuma MB-4000H

Okuma MB-4000H

Okuma MB-4000H

The MB-4000H provides a unique combination of high speed and power in a small footprint. Highly productive with a high-speed spindle and reduced non-cutting time, the MB-H series is built on the Okuma Thermo-Friendly Concept which enables the machine to predict and counter thermal deformation, improving accuracy.

 


Okuma GA-26T

Okuma GA-26T

Okuma GA-26T

This powerful, compact, CNC grinder is designed to support outside diameter finishing of small-to-medium-sized parts in high-volume, automated production environments. To make the most of floor space, the T-Series is engineered to hold the workpiece stationary while the grinding wheel traverses back and forth. This compact design, available in both angle and plain head, is extremely cost effective for production lines with part sizes up to 25.59’’ long and up to 110 lbs. A variety of wheel sizes, combined with interchangeable parts between the F-Series and the T-Series machines creates a flexible grinder.


Okuma Wheel Cell Line

The Okuma Wheel Cell line presents an interesting diversion from standard operating procedure. With an eye on creating best of breed solutions for the automotive industry, we have partnered with industry leading companies to create our wheel cell solutions. We still design and develop each wheel lathe to our own exacting standards, holding fast to our principle of Mechatronics. And with 90% up time guaranteed and 10-day installations, we believe you will find this solution to be right on track. In fact, this approach has resulted in a wheel cell line used by over 90% of the market.