Okuma offers economical, efficient machining center

June 1, 2020
One of the heaviest units in its class, the vertically oriented Genos M660-V is designed for rigidity, thermal stability and productivity.

Genos M660-V This vertical machining center (VMC) joins Okuma’s Affordable Excellence Collection of products, which are designed to offer high performance at an economical price. It is ideal for cutting large, complex parts, including molds, and has two spindle options. Users can opt to add a fourth- or fifth-axis rotary table.  

What’s new? The VMC, which came out a few months ago. 

Benefits Thermal stability, energy-efficient operation, quick tool changes and increased productivity. One of the heaviest VMCs in its class, the Genos M660-V offers a large worktable within its compact footprint. In addition, its rigid, double-column construction reduces vibrations for less wear and tear on critical machine components and enables optimum spindle speeds and increases accuracy for improved performance.   

Okuma America Corp., Charlotte, N.C., 704-588-7000, www.okuma.com