As a world leader in machines tools, Okuma has a long history of designing and manufacturing CNC, lathes, grinders and machining centers. The R&D engineers use OROS analyzers for qualification of the structural resonance effects on the machined surface. The classical measurement consists of vibrations to displacement FRFs (Compliance). These measurements are conducted with an impulse hammer as well as under operation conditions.
OROS' visit was the ideal opportunity to aid Okuma's engineering staff in using the analyzers by advising NVGate’s best practices. Efficient shortcuts, management of tiny levels display (integrated acceleration) and peak detection setup have been made easier and faster for Okuma’s engineers.
OROS vibration analyzers are more and more employed in the manufacturing and automation tools industries. Such instruments provide essential results for machines tools stability and productivity.