EMEC application engineer Mike Parking demonstrates Okuma's cycle time reduction feature Click image to enlargeEveryone needs a little expert application assistance once in a while, and with EMEC’s newest video series Learn with EMEC, help is easy to find.

In the first episode of the series, EMEC application engineer Mike Parking demonstrates the cycle time reduction feature which comes standard on the Okuma OSP control for lathes. This technology improves cycle times by eliminating unnecessary steps without affecting the actual cutting process.

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