Okuma America Corporation

Phone: 704-588-7000
Fax: 704-588-6503

Please visit: Okuma America Corporation

Mailing Address:
11900 Westhall Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28278 US

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Okuma Machining Centers and Lathes

Okuma Horizontal Machining Centers
Okuma Horizontal Machining Centers

Okuma horizontal machining centers are engineered to deliver the exact power and precision required to meet any requirement. The Okuma design relies on a strengthened ball screw bracket, 3-point cooling for the Y-axis, intelligent chip handling, and Thermal Active Stability (TAS) to create the most stable and accurate horizontal machining centers on the market.

Okuma Lathes
Okuma Lathes


Okuma's broad range of lathes offers a variety of bore sizes, bed lengths and optional features, 427 combinations in all. This variety allows us to create custom lathe solutions capable of meeting any production need. Many parts can be completed on a single machine. The ability to hold tight tolerances eliminates the need for separate finishing or grinding operations. Okuma's industry-leading THINC - OSP Control creates optimal operating efficiency. The Absolute Position Encoder allows for the immediate return to production in case of power loss or other machine interruption.


Company Profile

Okuma America Corporate Headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina

Okuma America Corporation is the US based affiliate of Okuma Corporation, a world leader in the development of computer numeric controls (CNC) and machining technology, founded in 1898 in Nagoya, Japan. Okuma is known for its technology leadership and world-class manufacturing, product quality and dedication to customer service. Okuma products are used in the automotive, aerospace and defense, construction and farming equipment, oil and energy, medical, mold and die, and fluid power industries. With Okuma as your machining partner you are free to imagine a more productive, cost-effective solution, knowing we can work together to make it happen.

Product Categories of Okuma America Corporation

  • Automated Pallet Systems
  • Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Units
  • Drilling & Tapping Machines, CNC
  • Grinding Machines, Cylindrical OD
  • Grinding Machines, Internal Cylindrical
  • Grinding Machines, Universal (ID/OD)
  • Horizontal Machining Centers, Five-Axis
  • Horizontal Machining Centers, Up to Four-Axis
  • Machining Cells & FMS
  • Maintenance & Repair Services
  • Milling Machines, Planer, Gantry & Bridge Type
  • Software, Engineering Analysis & Simulation
  • Software, Machinability Databases
  • Software, NC Program Optimization
  • Software, Other Manufacturing
  • Training of All Types, Including Audiovisual/Internet
  • Turn/Mill Machines, CNC
  • Turning Centers, Horizontal, CNC
  • Turning Centers, Twin-Spindle/Twin-Turret
  • Turning Centers, Vertical, CNC
  • Universal Machining Centers
  • Vertical Machining Centers, Up to Four-Axis


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Product Announcements Provided By Okuma America Corporation

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As seen in MMS

Turning Center Enables Off-Center Machining
Okuma’s Genos L300-MY turning center features a Y axis for off-center milling, drilling and tapping capability.

Okuma Celebrates 50th Anniversary of OSP CNC
The company’s control technology will be featuring at an open house event.

120-Meter Long FMS in New Okuma Plant
With a broad product line and the need to meet tight delivery requirements, machine tool builder Okuma faces a challenge many of its customers would recognize. Namely: the need to manufacture responsively in an environment of high product variety and low production volumes.

New Okuma Plant Relies on Automation, Production Control
The company says the DS1 facility in Japan is capable of 2 times the production capacity and 1/2 the lead time of the previous site.

Horizontal Lathe Promotes Stability
Okuma’s Genos L250E horizontal lathe offers an 8" chuck with an 8.26" maximum turning diameter and accommodates workpieces as long as 500 mm (19.69").

This Blog is about Vlogs
Vlogs? That's the common name for video-blogs. Okuma America Corporation has launched a series of these educational videos on its YouTube channel that covers timely topics and practical tips for improving shop floor productivity.

Okuma to Host Technology Showcase
The December event will take place at Okuma’s Charlotte, North Carolina facility.

Okuma Opens First Building of Oguchi Campus
The CNC machine tool manufacturer is replacing former facilities in Japan.

VMC’s Double-Column Structure Promotes Accuracy
Okuma’s MU-6300V CNC vertical machining center is designed for efficient five-axis, multi-sided machining.

Programming Option Enables Turning on HMCs
Okuma’s Turn-Cut programming function enables turning operations on horizontal machining centers without secondary machinery.

5 to 10 for 5
An auto tuning option for Okuma five-axis machines is said to reduce tuning time for geometric errors from five hours to just 10 minutes.

Double-Column Machining Center Reduces Setups
Okuma’s MCR-A5CII double-column machining center features multiple heads to machine all five sides of a part from a single setup.

Okuma Launches E-Store
The online store provides branded company merchandise.

Automation at Aztalan Engineering
A contract manufacturer expands its capacity using various approaches to feeding the machines.

Okuma Goes International, Launches “Storytelling” Campaign
The company has opened a center in Mexico.

Cell Designed for Aluminum Wheel Manufacturing
The All-Okuma wheel cell for cutting and drilling aluminum wheels is designed to increase productivity and efficiency while minimizing downtime.

Okuma Renews Sponsorship of Target Chip Ganassi Racing
The companies have chosen to continue their partnership.

Lathe with Multitasking Capability Helps Shop Stay Competitive
Purchasing a multitasking turning center has helped Mercer Machine Tool accept a wider range of jobs to ensure the future of its business.

Technology Showcase Highlights Partners in THINC
The organization brings experts together to solve manufacturing problems.

Where Grinding Still Beats Hard Turning
For many critical applications, grinding remains the optimal machining process.