Used Okuma CNC Machines
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Okuma Cadet-Mate V4020$17,900 See Details >
Okuma Space Turn LB400$34,900 See Details >
Okuma MA600HB$147,500 See Details >
Okuma Genos L300MYW$149,900 See Details >
Okuma 2SP-V40$189,900 See Details >
Okuma Millac 550H$129,900 See Details >
Okuma LB15-II$13,900 See Details >
Okuma MA 500 HB II$369,900 See Details >
Okuma Cadet Mate V4020$17,900 See Details >
Okuma LU3000EX-600$164,900 See Details >
Okuma Millac 1052V$215,000 See Details >
Okuma LB3000EXIIMY$219,000 See Details >
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Okuma MX45VAE$17,900 See Details >
Used Okuma CNC for Sale
Looking for a Used Okuma? Want to Learn More about Okuma Machines and Lathes? You’ve Come to the Right Place!
No matter what type of Okuma CNC you are looking for, we can help. We have a large inventory of CNC’s, and even if we don’t have what you’re looking for, there’s a good chance we can find it. All the Okuma machines for sale at CNCMachines.net have been thoroughly checked and can offer you the benefits of Okuma without the expense of buying new. We both buy and sell used Okuma CNCs. We genuinely care about helping American manufactures like you succeed. Learn more about us or continue on to learn about buying a used Okuma CNC.
By offering you a used Okuma CNC instead of a new one, we provide access to equipment and technology to keep you competitive and producing parts at high levels of efficiency. We’re here if you want to sell a used CNC and replace it with a different one or if you want to add Okuma CNCs to increase production. When you are looking for a Okuma CNC for sale, we can help. We want to partner with you, so contact us and we’ll get started to find the best solutions for your shop.
History of Okuma Product Lines and Technology Through Today
Okuma is an international manufacturer of machining centers with a diverse product line including lathes, machining centers, grinders, laser cutting with additive as well as subtractive machining and double column (horizontal milling machines). Okuma offers platform-specific controls all under the OSP-P300A name as of 2018. These controls are windows-based with PC-compatible ethernet as well as multiple USB ports for connectivity. Okuma is a Japanese company with production in Charlotte, North Carolina since 1987 and they have operated as Okuma American Corporation since 1995. They have a vast distribution network with over 2000 personnel. This makes finding service for your next used Okuma CNC much easier than for some other brands.
Okuma has been making machines for many years and offers preventative maintenance packages to ensure the absolute longest, most productive life of your Okuma. They offer inspection, deep cleaning, consumable parts preplacement and even overhauls with Okuma OEM authentic replacement parts. To mitigate lost production time from critical component failure, Okuma can create custom recommendations of critical spare parts to keep on hand. Contact your local Okuma distributor for more information.
Selecting A Used Okuma CNC or Turning Center
Since there are so many models, shopping for a used Okuma for sale can be challenging, but we’re here to help. If the information this guide does not answer your questions, you can text or call – one of our Okuma experts would be glad to speak with you at 844-262-6789.
Here are the major types of equipment manufactured by Okuma:
Used Okuma Lathes
Okuma offers a variety of bore sizes, bed lengths and optional features. They hold tight tolerances and often eliminate the need for separate finishing or grinding operations. Series numbers offered today include the Genos, LB, Multus, LT, LU, 2SP, LAW, VTM, LB, and V. Older series included the Cadet, Captain, LB, MacTurn, ES, ESV, to name a few. Options on different models include sub-spindles, high powered spindles, extra-large spindles, 4-axis configurations, y-axis and multiple spindle size and big bore spindles. Basically, you can find machines for just about any size and type of turned part!
Okuma has a wide range of machining centers with different travel options. The 2018 series names come are MB, Genos, MA, MU and Millac.
Okuma makes I.D. and O.D. grinders that now use the open-architecture of the OSP-P300G control. The grinding wheel series names currently begin with GP/GA and GI.
In 2018, Okuma made one special laser machine capable of both additive and subtractive machining, the MU-8000V Laster Ex.
For the additional stability needed for industrial applications, the double column machines are a great choice. Each series is available in many sizes. Current models start with MCR, MCV and VTR. In a listing for a used double column Okuma, you should find the width between columns, table travel (x-axis), spindle range, spindle power and magazine capacity in the listing.
You can also visit our History Guide for a longer list of Okuma Series models offered from the 1980’s to 2018. If you cannot find the specific Okuma that you want on our website, post what you’re looking for and help you find it.
Why Buy Okuma CNCs?
There are many reasons that machine shop owners and manufacturers across the country rely on Okuma for all their machining needs. Okuma has been building machines and innovating for over 100 years and has a reputation for designing and supplying high-quality, innovative and customer-friendly machines. No matter what your machining needs, there’s a good chance that there’s a used Okuma that will be a good fit for your application.
Here are a few of the reasons many machine shops prefer Okuma:
- The large distribution network means that it’s likely that there is local support for your Okuma machine.
- Okuma makes all it’s parts in-house. They are a single-source provider for the CNC machine, drives, motors, encoders, spindles and controls.
- Machines by Okuma have a reputation for reliability and are designed to last for decades.
Found a Used Okuma CNC that Looks Interesting? Here’s what you can do before you go see it.
- Be informed. When shopping for a used Okuma for sale, you’re going to need to do more research than when buying a new one. It might help to make a list of your requirements. This can help you determine what age Okuma CNC works best for your shop. You may want to buy a similar year or model to a Okuma that you already have, or you may want to look newer Okuma CNC lathes, so you can begin to connect everything via ethernet or Wi-Fi to take advantage of software innovations.
- Ask for good photos. Zoom up in the photos and look for signs of damage and worn components.
- Speak with a local Okuma service provider who can provide service for the machine. Get his/her opinion on any specific machine type that you are considering purchasing.
- Search similar years for the Okuma model to see how pricing compares.
- Get the hours of operation.
- Ask for the maintenance records of the specific Okuma that you are considering. Repair work isn’t a bad thing, in many cases it will help you know what been replaced, what hasn’t and if it was done right. Ask for as much documentation as the seller can provide.
- Find out if any tooling or other accessories are being offered for sale along with this Okuma.
Once you’ve done your homework, and you think you’ve finally identified the perfect Okuma for your company, you may decide to buy it without looking at it, or you want to go the extra mile an inspect the machine for yourself. Here are some inspection tips below so that you can get the best used Okuma for the price.
How to Inspect a Used Okuma CNC for Sale On-Site
- Inspect for damage and worn components. Carefully look all over the machine. A good used Okuma for sale should little wear, since they are built to last for years.
- Ask to operate the machine to see it actually run.
- Listen to the sounds of the axis moving at different speeds
- Run the spindle(s) at the max RPM.
- Look at the guards and sensors on the machine. If sensors, switches, wires and hoses all match and look like they match well, that’s an indication of a well-maintained machine.
- Make parts on the machine if possible.
- Check the tool-changer. See how well it changes tools at different areas of the tool changer
- Check the electrical cabinet for anything that looks like “not factory” and ask about it.
- Ask the owner why he’s selling the machine.
- Find out what process controller is on the machine. For older machines, the processor may have been upgraded.
- Review bar feeder options (does one come with the machine?)
- Review chip & coolant management options.
- Find out the electrical requirements for install.
- Discuss payment options, you may get a better deal with a cash down-payment.
- Buy from someone who has a good reputation.
We are a trusted source for used Okuma CNCs and consistently take in Okuma trade-ins. We have many used Okuma CNCs in stock. If you want to trade in or sell your CNC, we can also help. Our Okuma CNC machines have been thoroughly checked and refurbished as necessary. We welcome you to call or visit and inspect one of our used Okuma machines. Contact us and we’ll help you find the best Okuma CNC for your business.