Worldwide: The global grinding machine market is forecast to reach US$5.06 billion by 2023. The market will mainly be driven by the consistent growth in the industrial manufacturing industry, according to market intelligence agency Research and Markets.

A higher level of technology allows radius grinding machines to have more powerful software, grinding of larger workpieces, while having easier maintenance. By Studer

Oguchi, Japan: Machine tool manufacturer Okuma has completed its Dream Site 2 (DS2) factory in Oguchi, Japan. The DS2 is a self-contained start-to-finish production facility for small and medium lathes and grinders, and started production in March 2017.

A higher level of technology allows radius grinding machines to have more powerful software, grinding of larger workpieces, while having easier maintenance. By Studer

Okuma’s new GA26W high speed, compact grinder is equipped with the intelligent OSP-P300G CNC control. The open architecture OSP-P control runs on a Windows-based platform and fully integrates the machine, motors, drives and encoders.

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