seven phase Rebuild process is the most comprehensive in the
industry. The following steps outline our complete rebuild process:
When your machine arrives, our team of technicians will apply power
and assess the current condition (mechanical accuracy and electrical
disassembly of machine and all units including, but not limited
to, the turrets and headstocks.
slide ways are remachined, reground, and recertified on original
Okuma factory equipment. The
spindle face and nose are reground to original JIS tolerances and
specifications. The spindle bearings are replaced with proprietary
bearings designed only for Okuma. All bearings and seals are replaced
with new components.
turret saddles are hand-scraped and fitted on all four axes, while
the turret is certified for rotation, positioning, and clamping
axis ballscrews, wipers, seals, bearings, hydraulic lines, limit
switches, moving cables/conduit, operator touch panel, belts, door
rollers, cable carriers, and work lights are replaced. The lubrication
system is flushed out and metering units are replaced at all lubrication
points. A new double-wiper system is added to the lower saddle (when
applicable). Optionally, the original OSP
control is replaced with a new OSP7000L control. Door cylinders
are rebuilt on all applicable models. All painted parts are sand
blasted and repainted to the original factory color.
entire machine is reassembled using original Okuma standards and
check points. The machine is started up and debugged. The spindle
bearings are run in, in order to meet JIS specifications.
machine alignments are checked. The machine must complete a 24hr
run-test cycle with zero faults after which the alignments are recertified.