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in your parking lot every month,” said Anderson. “Okuma customers know they will run the machine hot for several days straight, then shut it down one evening and come in the next morning on a cold machine and the fi rst part will be mind-bogglingly close to where it was from a hot machine the night before. Okuma’s Thermal Friendly Concept that encompasses the engineering of the machine design and the control algorithms from the intelligent technol- ogy our machines bring to the market eliminate worries and chasing offsets,” Anderson explained.


Automation is absolutely a factor


today. Anderson said: “Every manu- facturer is looking for more and more automation. If you’re not, you soon will be as competitors fi nd new ways to be more productive.” The MU-V series can be automated via a 2APC, robot, pallet pool, FMS system, among others. “With the power of the control, you’re only limited by your imagination. IIoT [Industrial Internet of Things] has been such a large focus for us. Our custom- ers range from small shops utilizing free productivity tracking apps from our App Store to large-scale manufactur- ing utilizing GE’s Predix for complete and global data capture. This allows for real-time monitoring and real-time decision making,” said Anderson. “One of the best tools I’ve seen lately that helps bridge the skills gap most machine shops experience today is via Velocity’s Smart Tool technology. This is developed through our partner Velocity and is an Okuma exclusive. You can purchase a complete tool assembly that includes the pull stud, Big Plus toolholder, and cutting tools, that are a complete assembly that has been tap tested on your specifi c machine model. It is guaranteed to run in its optimal performance level without chatter with the speed and feeds provided via their


software interface. It’s an ingenious idea and takes all the guesswork out of your roughing operations. It enables the user to reduce setup time, knowledge level, and optimize cutting performance the fi rst time—every time,” said Anderson.


YOU WERE MADE


OU’VE GOT THIS AND WE’VE GOT THE MACHINE


FOR THIS WE WERE TOO


When it comes to modern manufacturing, efficiency is the name of the game. Finding better tech (and technique). Decreasing cost per part. Or discovering a single source for every equipment need. MC Machinery has you covered—with offerings ranging from advanced five-axis and laser automation to unmatched support and financing. So you can step up the productivity— and eliminate the headaches.


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