Tejal Mehta, vice president of operations, EMEC Machine Tools, beside the Okuma M460V-5AX that was under power during the open house.Click image to enlarge

EMEC Machine Tools held a two-day open house May 1 and 2 at its Mississauga, ON, facility to showcase multiple machines under power, including the Genos M460V-5AX equipped with Esprit CAM software for five axis machining.

Closeup of machined airplane in the Okuma Genos machineClick image to enlarge

In addition to the Okuma machines, EMEC also distributes Tsugami lathes and turning centres, Soraluce milling machines, Hardinge machining centres, and moving gantry and five axis high rail gantry machines from C.R. Onsrud.

During the open house, EMEC had five machines under power: Tsugami M08SY, Tsugami B0325B-II, Okuma Genos V560-V, Okuma Genos M460V-5AX and the Okuma LU-3000EXBBM-2SC.

WATCH: The Okuma Genos M460V-5AX machine demonstrating five axis machining motion with Esprit CAM software:

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