Okuma Announces Siemens PLM Solutions Partner Joins Partners in THINC

Okuma America Corporation has joined Partners in THINC. Members of Partners in THINC provide superior technologies that are integrated with Okuma’s CNC machines and controls to deliver advanced manufacturing system solutions.

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Okuma America Corporation has joined Partners in THINC.  Members of Partners in THINC provide superior technologies that are integrated with Okuma’s CNC machines and controls to deliver advanced manufacturing system solutions.

Siemens PLM Solutions Partner, VMH International, provides integrated software solutions from Siemens, VoluMill, and CGTech VERICUT. VMH evaluates organizations’ parts and processes to determine the best combination of design, manufacturing, tool path, and machine simulation software, and to develop a custom mentoring and training strategy.  This approach helps ensure that companies perform in the most efficient way possible to improve quality, reduce cycle time, and increase profitability.

"VMH is excited to be a part of the Partners in THINC program," said Vern Heyer, CEO of VMH International. “We are committed to collaborating with Okuma and our fellow partners and leveraging our unique suite of software and services to help Okuma’s customers streamline and advance their manufacturing capabilities."

As a member of Partners in THINC, Siemens PLM Solutions is working with Okuma and other Partners to provide practical solutions to manufacturers’ real-world concerns.  Their expertise lies in providing customized, industry-specific services, whether that is implementing the right CAD/CAM/PLM software suite, training customers’ teams to get them running efficiently, custom post-processor development, and anything in between.

“The addition of Siemens PLM Solutions to Partners in THINC further expands the CAM capabilities inside our group.  The Siemens NX CAM software is used by many industry segments (Aerospace/Medical/Agricultural-Construction/Automotive/Energy/Die-Mold/Fluid Power) thus its addition will help ensure that Okuma machines’ advanced capabilities and features can be fully utilized by global users of the NX software,” said Jeff Estes, Director of Partners in THINC.