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OKUMA is always looking for new ways to maximize the horizontal machining center’s capabilities. TURN-CUT, a programming option born from the philosophy of manufacturing both control and machine, allows for the creation of surfaces that taper, arc, or have any varying diameter shapes along the Z-axis of a work piece on a standard CNC machining platform. In other words, it’s yet another OKUMA technology that allows you to get far more out of your machining center, especially when the need arises to create valves, pipes and manifold-type parts.
Designed for applications that would traditionally require a CNC lathe to turn a feature, TURN-CUT eliminates the need to purchase such special-purpose machines, along with any additional tooling, fixtures or add-on components. In many cases, a part’s size, shape or weight makes it impossible to set up on a lathe anyway; but with TURN-CUT, large, awkward and unbalanced parts remain stationary as a new tool path is created.
Since TURN-CUT synchronizes the X and Y circular motion with the spindle angle, the tool edge maintains that newly programmed path for the duration of the job. And above and beyond this newfound ability and efficiency, in nearly all cases the additional options that come with the TURN-CUT package make the machine perform more consistently—even for applications that don’t require TURN-CUT.
If you’re looking to integrate seamlessly with tooling already developed and readily available, and to enhance your machine without piling on additional components and crippling weight that can restrict normal CNC machining operations, then TURN-CUT represents the perfect choice. Of course, since it eliminates the need to purchase a secondary machine, and frees up vital floor space, it’s an easy choice, too.
The TURN-CUT Difference
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