Okuma’s OSP-P500 is specifically designed to meet contemporary manufacturing needs and enhance the operator experience. We made new features reality by building on our machining expertise and based on requests we received from our customers. An increasing shortage of skilled workers, growing requirements for climate neutral production and more than ever flexible, multi-variant productions are causing a sharp rise in the demand for automated, energy-saving production processes. 60 years after introducing the first OSP control, the OSP-P500 is the revolutionary answer to actual and future challenges.
With the new CNC control OSP-P500 you are entering a new dimension of productivity and sustainable production possibilities.
The OSP-P500 control has a completely new design and is available with a 15-inch or 21.5-inch panel. The size of the panel depends on the machine type and the machine installation space.
Start directly after programming on the machine or make the settings comfortably on the PC and use the machine for other operations in the meantime. Perfect balance of productivity and reduction of set-up and downtimes!
The CNC control from Okuma enables the machining processes to be determined automatically, simply by following the guidance and entering drawing information. Users without any prior experience can learn how to machine a workpiece in a single day!
Protect machine processes, programs and data from cyber attacks, the OSP has advanced identification processes as well as encryption of communication and specific anti-virus measures. Additionally, data recovery measures and data backup functions are also integrated for emergencies.
The ECO Suite Plus and the Intelligent Technolgies of Okuma are also part of the new control. Record and analyse the power consumption and the CO2 emissions of your machine processes. Using these information, you can easily detect and automaticlly implement power saving possibilities.
With the high-performance hardware and the optimized software, the new CNC control ensures a faster drilling cylce, a faster tool exchange and a faster axis movement. All in all, the time for machining general parts is significantly shortened.