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Unattended Sinker EDM Burns, Shaped Diffuser Holes

For discharge machining of cooling air holes and shaped diffuser holes in blade and vane segments, Makino offers its EDBV3 fast-hole drill EDM.

Sinker EDMs Enable Zero-Electrode Wear

Sodick’s AD series of sinker EDMs includes the AD35L and the AD55L high-performance models.

EDM Stabilizes Wire Tension

Sodick's SL400G rigid, linear-motor-driven wire EDM incorporates a Fixed Jet (FJ) automatic wire threader, said to offer accurate and reliable threading rate for both submerged and non-submerged threading.

Wire EDMs Reduce Number of Cuts

Sodick offers two models of its SL-G wire EDMs, the SL400G and the SL600G, both driven by linear motors.

Die-Sinker EDM Features Synchronized Pulse Generator

Absolute Machine Tools will exhibit the Accutex DS-550CMAX die-sinker EDM featuring a dual, digital synchronized pulse generator to achieve optimal cutting conditions.

EDM Driven by Linear Shaft Motor

Available from Absolute Machine Tools, the Accutex AL56SA wire EDM features a high-speed linear shaft motor designed for precise linear and circular interpolation.

HMI Designed for Wire EDM

The AC Cut human-machine interface (HMI) from GF Machining Solutions provides a common language for the company’s Cut line of wire EDM machines.

EDM Series Minimizes Power Consumption

Available from Methods Machine Tools, the FANUC RoboCut α-CiA series C400iA and C600iA wire EDMs are capable of machining complex, detailed graphite electrodes ranging to 6" thick with a fine finish.

EDM Enables Large-Part Production

Available from MC Machinery, the Mitsubishi EDM MV4800 Advance offers larger travels than other MV series machines, enabling production of large workpieces and submerged cutting as deep as 20".

Sinker EDM Uses Less Graphite

Performance Machinery will display the OPS-Ingersoll Eagle PowerTec EDM, which features “low-wear” sinker EDM technology designed to burn faster and use less graphite.

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