Experience the EMEC Difference!

Event Highlights: 

  • Machine Demonstrations on 7 machines.
  • Explore affordable smart factory solutions and efficiency-enhancing apps to increase your productivity.
  • Networking opportunities with the EMEC team, Technology Suppliers and Manufacturing Product Specialist.
  • Complimentary Lunch and Beverages provided
  • Suppliers Onsite Include:
    • Edge Technologies
    • Kennametal
    • LNS America Inc.
    • Renishaw Canada Ltd.
    • Sandvik Coromant
    • Velocity Products
    • WTO-Mittmann Inc.

machines on display

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Okuma LB3000 EX II

LB3000 EX II

Horizontal Lathe

The largest horizontal lathe part of the “Affordable Excellence” collection of machines, the LB3000 EX II is built on Okuma’s Thermo-Friendly Concept to ensure minimal thermal growth, and slanted box bed construction translates to unsurpassed quality and rigidity.

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Multitasking Machine

Okuma’s MULTUS B250 II is the ultimate fusion of turn-mill operations, with lathe, vertical, or horizontal machining center and material-handling operations consolidated into one 6- to 8-inch chuck class machine.

Automation Hooked Up

GENOS M560-V Package #1

3-Axis Vertical Machining Center

Highly rigid, thermally stable construction allows this vertical machining center to withstand thermal deformation, resulting in reduced thermal growth and improved machining performance. It can handle a variety of materials, from titanium to aluminum, and does so without sacrificing finish quality or productivity.

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3-Axis Vertical Machining Center

The GENOS M660-V combines a large work table in a compact footprint, CAT40 BIG-PLUS® spindle, and Intelligent Technology to cut large, complex parts. An optional CAT50 BIG-PLUS® spindle is also available for heavy cutting jobs. The larger table minimizes restrictions on workpiece size and tool length while leaving ample space to add rotary tables. This machine can handle a variety of materials, from titanium to aluminum, and does so without sacrificing finish quality or productivity.

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5-Axis Vertical Machining Center

Okuma’s MU-4000V is a powerhouse multitasking machine with 5-axis contouring control and direct drive turning capabilities. With one of the largest work envelopes in its class, this machine provides the flexibility to handle a wide range of workpieces while maintaining the most compact footprint possible.

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65 mm, 5-Axis Multifunction Turning Center

The TMA8F is a 6-Axis Turn/Mill equipped with a 60 tool magazine and the ability to perform full 5-Axis simultaneous machining to machine complex parts complete in a compact, flexible machine tool. You can take the most complex part and perform a full range of operations: CNC milling, drilling, tapping, compound angle work, turning, boring, and threading in a single set-up.

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3-Axis Performance Vertical Machining Center

The Milltronics VM5025XP 3-Axis Performance Vertical Machining Center is equipped with generous travels of 50″ x 25″ x 24″ and a 54″ x 25″ table. This model has a 35 HP dual wound 8,000 RPM spindle that produces 365 ft-lbs of torque.

technology on display

New Product

Load & Go VBX-160

Integrated with the Okuma

The Load & Go VBX Series is a machine tending solution for vertical CNC mils that is easy-to-use, versatile, and reliable. Patented MultiGrip™ workholding allows you to automate multiple OP10/OP20 part numbers in high- mix, low-volume manufacturing.

New Product

Load & GO DC-1 Drawer Cell

Integrated with the Okuma
LB3000 EX II

An automatic machine tending system for your CNC lathe with a compact footprint and flexible templates to accommodate small or large parts. Equipped with video instructions that are easy to understand in any language, no experience or robot programming is needed.

Connect Plan

Machine Monitoring

Connect Plan provides analytics for improved utilization by connecting machine tools and providing visual information of factory operations and machining. Simply connect the OSP control (accommodations can also be made for non-Okuma controls) to a server and install the Factory Monitor suite on the server to see the machine operation status from the shop floor, from an office, from a smartphone, or virtually anywhere.