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    Default Okuma Genos L300 Myw - anybody have one?

    In the process of looking for a new lathe and the local sales guy has ths one pitched at a pretty decent sounding price. anybody have one?

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    I think Edster has one. Might want to ask him about it.

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    I've got an L300M. live tools with C no Y, and a tailstock no subspindle. Mine is a good machine though, no issues so far.

    Make them give you the separate rapid override knob though, pita if you don't have one.

    I also have a Captain L370BBMW. I've had that since 08 with no major problems. We'll had to put a set of subspindle bearings in it but that was my fault. Didn't have the sub turning when it was getting blasted by coolant while working on the main. The labryinth doesn't work unless it's spinning and the bearings got contaminated with coolant. Expensive lesson.

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    I have a L300MW. No Y axis. It gets ran hard every day for one shift. It has been over 2 years now without a single issue. Yeah there are faster machines out there but for the money it has been great!

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    Default Okuma L300-MYW available

    Quote Originally Posted by WILLEO6709 View Post
    In the process of looking for a new lathe and the local sales guy has ths one pitched at a pretty decent sounding price. anybody have one?
    Link below is for our machine with extremely low hours. From a very high precision aerospace R&D facility in AZ; machine is on my floor in Colorado. make arrangements to inspect or want the video

    OKUMA GENOS L300 MYW, OSP P300L R, 10"Chk, 2 5/8", 2016, Sub-Spindle, Y-Axis Automatics & Machinery Co Inc


    Specification from OEM Brochure (All details should be confirmed by buyer)

    Okuma Genos L300-MYW CNC Turning Center
    ** Y Axis, Live Tools, Bar Loader **
    New 2016

    Equipped With
    OSP-P300L-R Control
    Iemca Master 80 UP 12' Magazine Barfeed s/n 021505SA02
    Barfeed Includes Asst of collets and bushings.
    Parts Catcher
    Chip Conveyor
    Collet Chucks Main/Sub
    Quick Change Tool
    (23)Quick Change Collets assorted sizes range 1/4" - 2 5/8"
    10" 3-Jaw Chuck
    (1) Double Live Tool
    (2) 90 degree Live Tools
    (6) ID Tool Holders
    (4) OD Tool Holders
    Manuals
    Wrenches


    Swing Over Bed 20.47"
    Swing Over Saddle 6.69"
    Max Turning Dia 11.81"
    X-Axis Travel 9"
    Z-Axis Travel 17.72"
    Y-Axis Travel 2"
    W-Axis Travel 20.47"
    X-Axis Rapids 787 IPM
    Z-Axis Rapids 984 IPM
    Y-Axis Rapids 394 IPM
    W-Axis Rapids 984 IPM
    Spindle Speed 3000 RPM
    Spindle Nose JIS A2-8
    Spindle Bore 3.15
    Sub Spindle Speed 6000 RPM
    Sub Spindle Bore 2.09"
    Milling Head Speed 4500 RPM
    Turret Positions 12
    Main Spindle Motor 20/15 HP
    Power Requirements 220V/3ph/50/60HZ/25KA

    Machine: 131" x 95" x 87" 13,600 lbs
    Chip Conveyor: 112" x 22" x 66.5" 1,500 lbs
    Barfeed: 197" x 52" x 60" 3,650 lbs
    Pallet w/misc. 40" x 48" x 20.5" 538 lbs
    Back Panel for Machine: 71" x 51" x 1" 70 lbs

    call me
    Steve 720-204-6510
    [email protected]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edster View Post
    Make them give you the separate rapid override knob though, pita if you don't have one.
    hello edster / please, why do you need the rapid override knob ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gipsy_chips View Post
    hello edster / please, why do you need the rapid override knob ?

    I'm not edster, but some people prefer it. It's nice sometimes to leave the rapid, OR feed at 0% when you are proving stuff out. When they are combined that isn't easy to do. I would say its more important on a mill, and thats why Okuma mills have both. I've ran lathes both with and without the extra knob, and I wouldn't spend my own money to have one installed. If you are coming from an Okuma mill background, and the sales guy can do it at no cost somehow, why not?


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