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5/30/2014

Wire EDMs Reduce Number of Cuts

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Sodick offers two models of its SL-G wire EDMs, the SL400G and the SL600G, both driven by linear motors.

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Sodick offers two models of its SL-G wire EDMs, the SL400G and the SL600G, both driven by linear motors. X-, Y- and Z-axis travels measure 15.75" × 11.81" × 9.84" (400 × 300 × 250 mm) on the SL400G model, and 15.75" × 11.81" × 9.84" (400 × 300 × 250 mm) on the SL600G model. Both models feature a Smart Pulse Generator said to reduce the number of cuts necessary to achieve required accuracy and surface finish. The Smart Pulse Wire (SPW) control runs on the Windows 7 operating system. Its 19" multi-touch screen can be used as a traditional screen or like a touchscreen tablet. Screen layouts can be customized by the user.

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