PC-based numerical control

A single processor control from Okuma, The Intelligent Numerical Control (THINC), permits access to a variety of applications and peripherals, including factory management systems, and interfaces with barcoders, feeders, robots, probes, and tool setters to help streamline production. THINC uses the Microsoft Windows operating system to combine Okuma’s OSP control with an open architectur...
By Control Engineering Staff January 1, 2008

info control
A single processor control from Okuma, The Intelligent Numerical Control (THINC), permits access to a variety of applications and peripherals, including factory management systems, and interfaces with barcoders, feeders, robots, probes, and tool setters to help streamline production. THINC uses the Microsoft Windows operating system to combine Okuma’s OSP control with an open architecture, PC-based operating platform. According to the company, the high-speed, easy-to-use, single processor control system is designed to accept and use non-proprietary tools and features multiple USB ports built in. The control has standard Ethernet capabilities that allow immediate access to online documentation applications or selected Internet resources. www.okuma.com Okuma