Methods is the importer of OKK Machining Centers throughout North America*.
Since 1915, customers across the globe have praised the reliability and precision of OKK horizontal and vertical machine tools. It is their philosophy to assure a 100% quality control by producing all key components in house, so for their machine tools, all key components are original OKK parts. Among others, this includes all spindles, mechanical gears, and their precision square slide guide ways as well as special controller features.
OKK’s MONOZUKURI philosophy is based on “Stick to the basics of machine tools,” “Stay a step ahead of customer needs and expectations and integrate them into product development, “and” Be responsible for stable quality and supply. “We are proactively working on new higher level technologies, challenging ourselves to develop eco-friendly machine tools, and providing our customers around the world with OKK’s quality.
By leveraging the “heavy-duty cutting and high rigidity “that are the beauty of OKK’s machine tools, they are also creating higher efficiency and increased accuracy machines to meet the needs at MONOZUKURI sites in a wide variety of industries. They will integrate leading-edge technologies into the technologies that OKK has acquired over the past 100 years to continuously meet and exceed the customer’s expectations in both quality and prompt service.
With their mission to provide truly superior products and advanced services to our customers by keeping a win-win relationship with their customers, they will continuously make efforts to be a corporation broadly contributing to society.
Horizontal Machining Centers | OKK
Horizontal Machining Centers (HMCs) are milling machines that feature horizontally oriented spindles that rely on rotary cutters to remove metal from a workpiece. The horizontal design of HMC allows a two-pallet work changer to be incorporated into a space efficient machines for fast production.
Vertical Machining Centers | OKK
Vertical Machining Centers (VMCs), a machine shop staple, are milling machines that feature vertically oriented spindles that approach workpieces mounted on their table from above and commonly perform 3-Axis machining operations. Milling is a machining process of using rotary cutters to remove metal from a workpiece.
5-Axis Machining Centers | OKK
5-Axis Machining Centers have the ability to move a part or a tool on five different axes at the same time. These machining centers are able to rotate on two additional rotary axes, often identified as A and B, which in turn help the cutting tool approach the part from all directions. These axes are used to smoothly follow a contoured surface, making the 5-Axis machine prevalent in the aerospace industry.
*Availability of machines are based on region. Contact your local Methods office to learn more.