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    Default Looking for a Okuma CNC mill equivalent to Haas TM1p or better

    Hello Okuma fans!

    I am looking for equivalently priced and featured alternatives to the Haas TM1p.
    I like the Haas, except I would prefer better rigidity, a higher speed spindle and 20 piece tool changer.

    I can spend about 25k on a used machine, however I am looking for a well supported low hour professional machine, not a bailing wire DIY kit.

    Price as usual, is the final deciding factor, but I need to achieve a minimum feature set for this price as well.

    I will be producing low volume prototypes and small batches. Working in plastic, aluminum, stainless, steel and a minimum work envelope of 12x12x12.

    Here are my minimum specs/features so far:

    Work Envelope: 12x12x12 or larger
    HP: 7.5 hp to 15 hp
    Rapids: +400 ipm
    Spindle: +6000 rpm
    ATC: 20 pc
    Chip removal: Yes
    Taper: Standard industrial taper, not R8
    Electronic Probing: Yes
    Upgradeable to 4th and 5th axis: Yes

    So how about it, is there such a machine out there?
    Thank you for your time!
    Steve

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    I'm looking for something similar. If you find any in SoCal let me know.
    Rob Daniel
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    kinda sound like you are looking for a Haas TM-1.

    Fanuc Robodrill could be a viable option, but not in your budget, oops. they don't come up used often, which speaks volumes.

    Episode 9 - The FANUC Robodrill - one machine for everything - YouTube

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