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With a history of 4-axis lathes covering more than 25 years, Okuma is known as the 4-axis leader due to the ease of programming, set-up and machine longevity. The LU EX series follows this tradition, offering high production tied with thermal stability. The LU EX series incorporates the latest in live tooling technology where the tooling is bolted to the turret (BMT-style) for optimum support and power engagement. The 12-station upper turret and 8/10-station lower turret offer plenty of tool stations allowing users to perform multiple turning operations either simultaneously or independently. The integral spindle motor provides ample power along with superior part finishes. The LU EX series features Thermo-Friendly Concept, Machining Navi, big bore spindle and turret steady rest.
As a 2 axis lathe with optional M-tooling and Y-axis the LB-Series is an allrounder machine for single pieces, small batches but also automated mass production solutions. The proven thermal design ensures that the machine dimensional change is less than 5µm. Oversized box guideways provide a solid base for even tough jobs. Optional tailstock or opposing spindle offer all possibilities from shaft work to complete machining even synchronized.
The Armroid robot automation combines the simplest operability via the OSP machine control with the possibility of covering a variety of tasks in the production of workpieces. From automatic loading in traditional applications, as well as cleaning the interior of the machine from chips and dirt, to application-relevant processes such as supporting long components during machining, are covered by Armroid automation.
In addition, the robot is implemented in Okuma's own collision avoidance system (CAS) of the machine, so that the entire process with the machine and robot is monitored in real time before the collision.