What’s in Our Showroom?

Okuma GENOS M460V-5AX
5-Axis Universal Vertical Machining Center

Location: Vancouver, BC
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  • Full 5-axis simultaneous control
  • Rigid, cast iron, double-column construction
  • 15000 rpm spindle, CAT40BIGPLUS
  • 23.62” × 15.75” max workpiece dimensions
  • 32-ATC
  • Prepped for 1000 PSI
  • Thermo-friendly technologies
  • 5-Axis Turning System standard
  • Compact design

Okuma LB3000EXII-800-MYW
CNC Turning Center with Sub-Spindle & Y-Axis

Location: Vancouver, BC
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  • 13.39” max turning diameter
  • 22.83” max swing
  • Big Bore Main Spindle A2-8 with 10” Chuck Package
  • Ø140 Flat Sub-Spindle with 8” Chuck Package
  • High-torque M spindle
  • Bolt-on type multitasking turret
  • Rigid, slant box bed construction
  • Manual touchsetter
  • Chip conveyor
  • Ready to run!

Johnford ST-70DH CNC Turning Center

Location: Edmonton, AB
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  • 27.5” max turning diameter
  • 36.2” max swing
  • A2-15 Spindle Nose, 7.28” Spindle ID
  • 60° slant-bed torque tube design
  • Chip conveyor
  • FANUC OiT-F Control
  • Chuck(s) extra

Haas UMC-750SS
5-Axis Universal Machining Center

Location: Vancouver, BC
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  • 30" × 20" × 20" XYZ
  • 500 mm integrated high-speed 2-axis trunnion rotary table
  • 15,000 rpm, inline direct-drive
  • 40+1 side mount tool changer
  • Wireless Intuitive Probing System
  • DWO/TCPC
  • High-Speed Machining
  • Color remote jog handle
  • 75-gallon flood coolant system
  • 300 PSI Through Spindle Coolant
  • Chip Conveyor

Mill Auto Parts Loader

Location: Calgary, AB
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  • For use on Haas small VMCs
  • Accommodates parts up to
    6” length × 6” width × 10 lbs.
  • Light curtain for safe operation

Amada PCSAW430
Pulse Cutting Band Saw

Location: Vancouver, BC
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  • 1.18” – 16.93” round cutting capacity
  • 19.69” material index stroke
  • 0.39” – 393.7” material index length
  • Blade Speed Controlled by Inverter
  • Hydraulic Pressure Flow Control Valve
  • Single pulse cutting technology decreases cutting resistance while increasing blade life and cutting rates.
Thomas Skinner