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Updated Vertical Lathe Allows for Larger Workpiece

Oct. 22, 2014
Okuma has introduced its new V760EX vertical lathe, updating its V60R model. The new product has a larger work envelope and allows for an additional 110 mm in workpiece height and 150 mm
Okuma has introduced its new V760EX vertical lathe, updating its V60R model. The new product has a larger work envelope and allows for an additional 110 mm in workpiece height and 150 mm maximum turning diameter. The vertical lathe provides stable, high-precision cutting in a small footprint and is a suitable platform for machining thin and odd-shaped work pieces. Additionally, it’s ideal for the oil and gas and aerospace industries. It has powerful cutting capabilities and good ergonomics. The V760EX is a highly rigid structure due to the box way system and rock solid base and column. It includes easy access to the chuck and a front-skirt operation panel for up-close jobs.

Okuma America Corporation, 11900 Westhall Drive, Charlotte, NC 28278, (704) 588-7000 

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