An easy route into automated turning

To enable all companies an easy step into automation, Okuma is now offering a new combination of lathe and robot system. Users can benefit from a flexible automation solution with impressive cutting performance on the entry-level model Genos L3000-e Standroid.

The Genos L3000-e with Standroid is a horizontal universal lathe equipped with flat guides and a solid turret design which helps promote excellent machining performance with maximum tool life and long term precision.

The new model is offered as a package version completely equipped and ready to use and a comprehensive accessories package is delivered as a standard comprising an integrated motor spindle with three-year spindle warranty, NC tailstock, chip conveyor, and a toolholder package, as well as a three-jaw hollow chuck.

The proven Thermo-Friendly Concept developed in-house consistently ensures the highest workpiece accuracies, even with changing thermal environmental influences.

The Okuma Standroid robot system is part of the Okuma Roid series and has been specially developed for the automation of small and medium-batch sizes. As it comes with the new Roid Navi system with a dialogue user interface, no prior robot knowledge is required.

The intelligent OSP-P300LA Okuma control software makes it easier to operate and also leads to shorter set-up times. From a safety perspective, the machine and the robot are both integrated into the proven Collision Avoidance System (CAS).

With the Genos L3000-e Standroid, Okuma is offering a convenient solution that enables an easy step into automated production for companies of all sizes: “A small footprint and optimised operation makes the L3000-e a dedicated tool to increase productivity and maximise machine utilisation,” explains Jakob Simon, automation specialist at Okuma Europe GmbH.

Deliveries in Europe will commence from September 2021, with pre-orders being taken immediately. In the UK, Okuma machines are sold, supported and serviced by NCMT.



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