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1/14/2019

Wire EDM Offers Extended Z-Axis Travel

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The ALN600GH wire EDM extends Sodick’s Premium ALN series, adding increased Z-axis capacity of nearly 20"

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The ALN600GH wire EDM extends Sodick’s Premium ALN series, adding increased Z-axis capacity of nearly 20" for total X-, Y- and Z-axis travels of 23.6", 15.75" and 19.69", respectively.

The ALN600GH features an automatic drop tank for simplified part setup, as well as Sodick’s latest SmartPulse Wire (SPW) control. Onboard Intelligent Qvic programming software is included for programming from solid models or DXF files. All Sodick wire and sinker EDMs feature its Rigid Linear Motor said to provide non-contact axis movement free from friction, wear and backlash. Sodick machines come with a 10-year positioning accuracy guarantee.

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