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1/23/2012

Horizontal Wire EDM on the Vollmer QWD 760

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The Vollmer QWD 760 features a horizontally guided wire that rotates on an E axis. An automatic probing system verifies orientation of PCD inserts before wire cutting.

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Horizontal wire cutting and automatic probing on the Vollmer QWD760 wire erosion machine for production and servicing of PCD tools.

Video Time Frame:

00:11 - Rotation of CNC-controlled E axis with horizontally guided electrode wire.

00:43 – Erosion process with dielectric oil deployed.

01:10 – Automatic measuring routine with machine-mounted probe.

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