What is cryogenic machining?
Cryogenic machining deals with the direct application of cryogen in the cutting zone to reject heat to reduce tool wear rate and improve surface integrity. Cryo-processing of the tool is a method to improve tool resistance to wear by treating them cryogenically before the machining process.
What is cryogenic manufacturing?
Cryogenics is the production of and behavior of materials at very low temperatures. Ultra-cold temperatures change the chemical properties of materials. This has become an area of study for researchers who examine different materials as they transition from gas to liquid to a solid state.
Is lathe a CNC machine?
A lathe machine utilizes CNC technology, which is the acronym for Computer Numerical Control. This machine creates customized products, including shafts for the automotive industry, wood legs for the furniture industry, household products, and more, using workpieces made of metal, plastic, and wood.
How does a cryogenic system work?
Essentially, cryogenic processes consist of dropping the temperature of the gas stream to approximately −85°C (−120°F). The rapid temperature drop condenses ethane and other hydrocarbon derivatives in the gas stream, but methane remains in gaseous form.
How do you create cryogenic temperatures?
There are essentially only four physical processes that are used to produce cryogenic temperatures and cryogenic environments: heat conduction, evaporative cooling, cooling by rapid expansion (the Joule-Thompson effect), and adiabatic demagnetization.
Why choose Okuma lathes?
Okuma’s broad range of vertical, horizontal, and multitasking lathes offer a variety of bore sizes, bed lengths and optional features. This variety allows us to create custom lathe solutions capable of meeting any production need. In fact, many parts can be completed on a single machine.
What is a Okuma multitasking machine?
Okuma’s multitasking machines combine powerful machining and turning functionality all within a single machine tool! The flexibility offered by multitasking machines allows shop owners to pursue a variety of business opportunities ranging from simple production parts to complex, high-precision parts for a variety of industries.
What is Okuma’s thermo friendly design?
Okuma’s thermo-friendly design enables the ability to hold tight tolerances and eliminates the need for separate finishing or grinding operations. Okuma’s industry-leading OSP-P creates optimal operating efficiency.
What is Okuma OSP?
Okuma’s thermo-friendly design enables the ability to hold tight tolerances and eliminates the need for separate finishing or grinding operations. Okuma’s industry-leading OSP-P creates optimal operating efficiency. Y-axis & 2 spindle sizes.