Okuma introduces its new HJ-250E horizontal CNC lathe. This machine offers many of the advantages of the company’s GENOS lathe series with a FANUC control, providing an affordable, entry-level lathe with exceptional flexibility.

Built on a one-piece, cast iron base with a horizontal way system and hand-scraped headstock and tailstock mounting surfaces, this machine provides stability, rigidity and accuracy for a variety of applications. A gearless spindle reduces vibration and heat, minimizing thermal deformation for maximum productivity.

Key Features of Okuma’s HJ-250E Horizontal CNC Lathe

Max Turning Diameter mm (in) Ø280 (Ø 11.02)
Spindle Nose Type A2-6
Speed Range min⁻¹ 30~4,500
Power 30 min kW (hp) 11 (10)
Power cont. kW (hp) 7.5 (15)
Rapid Traverse (X/Z) m (in)/min 20/25 (787/984)
Standard 8” Chuck

For more information on Okuma’s HJ-250E visit http://www.okuma.com/hj-250e-horizontal-lathe.

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