See New Sinker Technology at MC Machinery Systems’ EDM/Milling Open House
MC Machinery Systems will be hosting an EDM and milling open house September 26, 2019 at its Elk Grove Village, Illinois headquarters.
From 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. September 26, visitors to MC Machinery Systems’ EDM and milling open house will have the opportunity to take a tour of the showroom, check out capabilities and demonstrations of different EDM and milling machines and attend live technical/educational seminars hosted by industry insiders.
Machines featured at this event include the new SV12P sinker EDM and MV4800 M800 wire EDM, as well as the EA8PS sinker EDM, EA12S sinker EDM, EA12PS sinker EDM, Eagle 800 sinker EDM, MX600 wire EDM, MV1200R M800 wire EDM, MV1200S M800 wire EDM, MV2400R M800 wire EDM, MV2400S M800 wire EDM, Roku-Roku Android II ultra-precision micro fine machining mill, HC-658II high-speed mill, OPS Ingersoll V9 high-speed mill, DM800G mill, TV500 mill and DV1000 mill.
Presentation topics include:
- Five-Axis Manufacturing
- Sinker EDM Technology and the New G5
- Hard Milling Tips and Tricks
- Taking Advantage of Advances in Sinker EDM Technology and the New SV12P
- Hard Milling: New Approaches for Better Results
- Remote360 and the Digitaliztion of EDM – Remote Monitoring and Beyond
- Selecting the Proper Wire EDM Technology
Excessive wire consumption on a wire electrical discharge machine is costly. Technology that allows slower unspooling speeds without compromising results appears to be the answer.
By systemizing die making into repeatable steps, Dies Plus, a division of Otto Engineering, is using its machinists to effectively make dies. This solution relies on a paperless color-coding system to convey the tolerances machinists need to hit in order for tool and die makers to do the final fitting.
Originally, wire EDM had two things going against it. It was slow, and often it left an undesirable surface finish. In the last few years, wire EDM builders have fixed the speed problem. Now they're well on their way to fixing the surface finish problem.