Slideshow: Boosting Productivity with EDM

Features such as automatic threading, wear detection and ergonomic controls help to boost productivity in electrical discharge machining (EDM). View this month’s slideshow to learn more.


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Click the image above for a slideshow featuring wire EDMs and more. 

This month’s product spotlight on EDM technology highlights a number of wire EDMs equipped with automatic threading capability. This function enables the machines to run unattended for long periods of time, and reduces the spark-to-spark time when rethreading is needed.

Click the image above to view the slideshow highlighting these machines as well as small-hole EDMs, EDM wire and an electrical discharge wheel dresser, and read the product spotlight in the June issue for more detail. 

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