22. May 2017
The Okuma Corporation has started production at their highly-sophisticated new headquarters factory Dream Site 2 (DS2) in Oguchi, Japan. As of March 2017, the self-contained facility enables 24/7-production of all parts for small and medium lathes and grinders. More than ever, the technologically advanced factory embodies the CNC provider’s monozukuri approach – the Japanese philosophy of continuous improvement.
08. March 2017
CNC machine tools manufacturer Okuma welcomed 200 international customers from the aerospace industry to its Aerospace Centre of Excellence (ACE) in Paris in February.
01. March 2017
At this year’s CeBIT in Hannover (20-24 March), Okuma will present their latest solutions for interconnecting not only machines but also production plants around the world.
01. March 2017
Norbert Teeuwen is managing director of Okuma Europe, the European division of the Japanese machine tool manufacturer. He talked with ETMM about Okuma's business in Europe, Industry 4.0, and hybrid machines, combining traditional and additive manufacturing.
09. January 2017
True to the company’s reputation as a single-source provider of CNC solutions, Okuma launched its next-generation CNC control OSP-P300A alongside their latest machine tools presented at the 28th Japan International Machine Tool Fair (JIMTOF).
04. January 2017
Turning, multitasking or 5-axis machining are terms Okuma has long been known for in the manufacturing world. Now, the Japan-based machine tool maker introduces a machine that "can do it all in one": milling, turning, grinding, laser-hardening and 3D metal printing.
19. December 2016
Okuma presented a new line of machine tools at the 28th Japan International Machine Tool Fair. The manufacturer’s trade innovations included state-of-the-art 5-axis vertical machining centres and a new type of intelligent multitasking machine.