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AccuteX Wire EDMs Offer Either Ballscrew or Linear Axis Models

  AccuteX’s GE-SAi and GE-SAiL CNC wire EDM machines, available from Absolute Machine Tools, feature ergonomic enhancements and a choice of either traditional ballscrew (SAi) or AccuteX linear motion (SAiL) axis drive systems.

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AccuteX’s GE-SAi and GE-SAiL CNC wire EDM machines, available from Absolute Machine Tools, feature ergonomic enhancements and a choice of either traditional ballscrew (SAi) or AccuteX linear motion (SAiL) axis drive systems. An ergonomic, space-saving design includes a drop door and three-sided table (back rail optional) as well as fully annealing, automatic wire threading (AWT) and the ability to perform submerged machining as deep as 8" (195 mm).

Both models are part of AccuteX’s Great Economy (GE) series. The machines in this series are engineered for reliable, economical production of small parts and components.

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