5-Axis VMC Delivers Accuracy, High Productivity for Moldmaking

The MU-6300V vertical machining center from Okuma is designed for high accuracy and productivity for multi-sided machining, making it well-suited for moldmaking and other industries requiring full five-axis capabilities.

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The MU-6300V vertical machining center from Okuma is designed for high accuracy and productivity for multi-sided machining, making it well-suited for moldmaking and other industries requiring full five-axis capabilities.

The VMC features a rigid and accurate double-column structure and low center of gravity in workpiece movement (trunnion table) that enables both heavy-duty cutting and high-speed finishing. It comes equipped with the company’s Super-NURBS, enabling high feed rates with ultrafine finishes, reducing the need to hand-polish molds and therefore increasing productivity.

The MU-6300V offers XYZ travels of 1,450 × 1,050 × 600 mm (57" × 41.3" × 23.6") and a 360-degree C axis. Rapid traverse is 50 m/min. (1,968 ipm) in X, Y and Z, and rapid A/C is 30/90 rpm. Maximum load is 600 kg. (1,320 lbs).

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