VMC Offers High Rigidity, Heavy Cutting Ability

The Millac 852V II vertical machining center from Okuma is well-suited for machining large, heavy workpieces.

The Millac 852V II vertical machining center from Okuma is well-suited for machining large, heavy workpieces. The machine’s base column construction features optimally-placed ribs to counter chatter and twisting during heavy-duty cutting. Traditional box ways are used for all axes to provide high accuracy and rigidity. With its variable-speed gearhead and large-diameter spindle bearings, the VMC is capable of heavy-duty and high-speed machining with high torque at low to high speeds.

The VMC’s X-, Y- and Z-axis travels measure 3,050 × 850 × 750 mm, and rapid traverse rates are 16 m/min. The spindle offers two speed ranges and turns as fast as 6,000 rpm. The machining center is equipped with an OSP-P300M control, a Tsudakoma fourth-axis table RTV-404 and a 36-station random automatic toolchanger. Additional features include automatic gaging and tool breakage detection as well as a collision avoidance system.

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