4/10/2017

Probing Alternatives for EDM: April 2017 Digital Edition

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The latest issue of Modern Machine Shop breaks down part probing options for different kinds of EDM equipment, investigates why the automotive market is so strong and more.

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Click the image to read the April 2017 digital edition of the magazine. 

According to Brian Pfluger, EDM product line manager with Makino, while many EDM users understand how part probing speeds setups, many don’t realize the potential value for statistical process control (SPC) analysis and machining validation. Some of the probing options broken down by Derek Korn in his April cover feature enable feature measurement or validation to occur automatically after machining on wire, sinker or hole-making EDM equipment.

Also in this issue of Modern Machine Shop:

Our digital edition lets you flip through or download the entire magazine for viewing on your devices. Besides the articles mentioned above, you’ll find case studies, industry news, upcoming events and more. 


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