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The Robert E Morris Company will unveil the new Okuma M460-VE vertical machining centre in Booth 1,305 at Eastec 2010 on 25-27 May.

The new machine adopts a double-column structure to deliver the most machining in the least floor space, according to Okuma.

Total travel measures 30in (X), 18.11in (Y) and 18.11in (Z), with a rapid traverse rate of 1,574in/min.

Standard features include a high-power, 40-taper, 12,000rev/min spindle with a 30/25hp VAC liquid-cooled integral motor and a 32-position automatic tool changer.

Thermal deformation is minimised with Okuma’s TAS-C/TAS-S compensation system.

The M460-VE features Thinc-OSP control, a Windows-based platform with an open architecture, a plug-and-work USB capability and 40Gb of memory.

This control is claimed to make it simple to connect to peripheral equipment and utilise other machine-tool accessories, improving productivity and data gathering.

The Robert E Morris Company, a division of the Morris Group, will exhibit the Okuma LB3000-EX-SB-MYW, the new Okuma M460-VE and the Okuma Heritage ES-L8M at Eastec, which will be held in Building 1 at the Eastern States Exposition Fairgrounds in West Springfield, Massachusetts.

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