Max Turn Dia……………… 14.59″
Max Mach Length…………. 19.6″
X / Z Travel……………………. 10.2″ / 20.4″
Spindle Motor………………… 20/30 HP
Spindle Speed………………… 4,000 RPM
Turret Configuratin……………1 Turret / 12 Stations
Weight………………………….. 9,000 Lbs
Dimensions…………………… 104″ x 73″ x 69″ High
Used Okuma Captain L370
Used Okuma Captain L370
The OSP-P control is Okuma’s revolutionary intelligent numerical control. The Used Okuma Captain L370 uses the latest in control technology. The OSP control is a highly reliable, easy to use control system capable of working with new generations of software and hardware technology. It uses the power of the Microsoft WINDOWS™ operating system to combine Okuma’s OSP control on an open architecture PC-based operating platform. The OSP-P control enables access to almost any application and peripheral including factory management systems, and interfaces with bar readers, barfeeders, robots, probes and tool setters to help streamline production. This OSP architecture is designed to easily accept and utilize available, non-proprietary tools. Multiple USB ports built into each control make technology expansion fast and easy. The OSP-P control has standard Ethernet capabilities that enable immediate access to online documentation applications or selected Internet resources. Through the OSP-P control, communication with established business and production systems is immediately available on the factory floor. The Used Okuma Captain L370 has a Big Brother which is aptly named Okuma Captain L470.
The Okuma Captain L370 comes with Big Bore options and live tooling Option etc.
Okuma’s innovative and reliable CNC machining technology, combined with comprehensive, localized service and support, allows manufacturers to run continuously with confidence and maximize profitability. We’re the industry’s only single-source provider, with the CNC machine, drive, motors, encoders, spindle and CNC control all manufactured by Okuma, providing a synergistic system that delivers greater reliability and higher performance. Along with our industry-leading distribution network (largest in the Americas), and Partners in THINC ,Used Okuma Captain L370 empowers customers with quality, productivity and efficiency, enabling competitive advantage in today’s demanding manufacturing environment.
The Ways are not scored nor deep grooves. We asked them to wipe down the ways
so that we can see what the ways look like under all that oil / grease.
Front on shot of the machine
This 84″ Hypro is equipped with a fully functioning Side head. Great option, hard to find !
Both of the ram heads swiverl approx 60 degrees. There is also a pendant
Control as you can see on the machine.
Here is an overall shot of the machine, this is a FLUSH MOUNT machine that requires no PIT
As you can see again, it has STILL the original belt cover with original paint. nice !
another shot of itHere is a shot of the chuck. This 84″ Cincinnati Hypro does NOT come with the fixture that is attached to the chuck. The original chuck is sitting below this fixture. This machine has not been used too much but taken great care of.
This machine has been taken excellent care of and some parts were replaced
to make this machine in excellent running condition. It has had excellent maintanence
throughout it’s life as you can see by the photos. that is ORIGINAL PAINT and there
is flaking still on the ways. Everything works on this machine, It is equipped witih
2 RAM Heads and 1 Side Head and DRO’s
INFORMATION ABOUT A VERTICAL BORING MILL
A Vertical Boring Mill, like this 84″ Cincinnati Hypro (vertical lathe) works much like an engine lathe turned up on and end. You can prefor practically all the typical lathe operations on a vertical turret lathe, including turning , facing, boring , machining tapers and cutting internal and external threads. A HORIZONTAL boring mill can be used for many kinds of shopwork such as facing, boring , drilling, and milling. In Horizontal boring mill work, the setup of the work, as well as the setting of the tools is similar to that found in lathe and milling machine work.
As with ANY shop equipment you must observe all posted safety precautions.
The characteristic features of the vertical turret, again, like this 84″ Cincinnati Hypro or Giddings & Lewis 84″ Hypro lathe are (1) a horizontal table or faceplate that holds the work and rotates about a vertical axis; (2) a side head that can be fed either horizontally or vertically; and (3) a turret slide, mounted on a crossrail that can feed nonrotating tools either vertically or horizontally. Figures 8-1 and 8-2 show vertical turret lathes similar to those generally found in repair ships and shore repair facilities. The main advantage of the vertical turret lathe over the engine lathe is that heavy or awkward parts are easier to set up on the vertical turret lathe and, generally, the vertical turret lathe will handle much larger workpieces than the engine lathe.