Eroding machines EDM - Die sinking machines(65)

The die sinking EDM machine is distinguished from wire EDM by the fact that both the workpiece and the tool, consisting of an electrode, are immersed in a tank submerged by a dielectric fluid. Between the two, a series of electrical discharges are triggered that cause the erosion of the workpiece. The shape of the piece to be obtained is obtained in a complementary manner to that of the electrode. The machine then works in negative on the metal piece by using a three-dimensional male electrode. There is never any physical contact between the electrode tool and the workpiece. EDM, in general, is a very popular type of machining in the metalworking industry because it is possible to machine both hard and soft metals with excellent precision. At the same time, with this method it is possible to obtain complex shapes without having to resort to subsequent mechanical machining with other machines. For further information please read this article published on our blog: "EDM machines – description and functioning".

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Used OMEGA CM 800 die sinking machine

M1903130572
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Good
OMEGA
CM 800
1996
on request
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Used OCEAN OCC 8060 CA die sinking machine

M1903112465
Under Power
Good
OCEAN
OCC 8060 CA
2013
on request
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Used OMEGA CM 800 C60A die sinking machine

M1903108811
Under Power
Good
OMEGA
CM 800 C60A
to be verified
on request
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Used OPS INGERSOLL Gantry 800 die sinking machine

M1903108132
Visible
Good
OPS INGERSOLL
Gantry 800
2004
on request
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Used SODICK AG 60L die sinking machine

M1903083937
Under Power
Good
SODICK
AG 60L
2011
on request
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Used CHARMILLES Roboform 31 die sinking machine

M1903083505
Visible
Good
CHARMILLES
Roboform 31
1998
on request
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Used CHARMILLES Roboform 40 die sinking machine

M1903083233
Visible
Good
CHARMILLES
Roboform 40
1997
on request
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Used Mitsubishi M55K die sinking machine

M1903070866
Under Power
Good
Mitsubishi
M55K
1991
on request
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Used CHARMILLES Roboform 51 die sinking machine

M1903070486
Visible
Good
CHARMILLES
Roboform 51
1998
on request
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Used ONA DB300 die sinking machine

M1903046481
Under Power
Good
ONA
DB300
2008
on request
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Used Zimmer + Kreim GENIUS 1000 die sinking machine

M1903044441
Visible
Good
Zimmer + Kreim
GENIUS 1000
2016
on request
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Used CHARMILLES ROBOFORM 51 die sinking machine

M1903043390
Visible
Good
CHARMILLES
ROBOFORM 51
1998
on request
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Used CHARMILLES ROBOFORM 54P die sinking machine

M1903007729
Visible
Good
CHARMILLES
ROBOFORM 54P
2002
on request
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Used CHARMILLES Roboform 31 die sinking machine

M1902990273
Visible
Good
CHARMILLES
Roboform 31
1996
on request
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Used CHARMILLES Roboform 35 RTC die sinking machine

M1902976585
Visible
Good
CHARMILLES
Roboform 35 RTC
1999
on request
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Used CHARMILLES Roboform 30 die sinking machine

M1902976467
Visible
Good
CHARMILLES
Roboform 30
1997
on request
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Used CHARMILLES Roboform 55 RTC die sinking machine

M1902976349
Visible
Good
CHARMILLES
Roboform 55 RTC
2001
on request
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Used CHARMILLES ROBOFORM 20 die sinking machine

M1902968332
Under Power
Good
CHARMILLES
ROBOFORM 20
1997
on request
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Used ONA Datic S60 S1 die sinking machine

M1902940064
Visible
Good
ONA
Datic S60 S1
1999
on request
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Used Zimmer + Kreim Genius 602 die sinking machine

M1802925653
Visible
Good
Zimmer + Kreim
Genius 602
2010
on request
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Description

The die sinking EDM machine is distinguished from wire EDM by the fact that both the workpiece and the tool, consisting of an electrode, are immersed in a tank submerged by a dielectric fluid. Between the two, a series of electrical discharges are triggered that cause the erosion of the workpiece. The shape of the piece to be obtained is obtained in a complementary manner to that of the electrode. The machine then works in negative on the metal piece by using a three-dimensional male electrode. There is never any physical contact between the electrode tool and the workpiece. EDM, in general, is a very popular type of machining in the metalworking industry because it is possible to machine both hard and soft metals with excellent precision. At the same time, with this method it is possible to obtain complex shapes without having to resort to subsequent mechanical machining with other machines. For further information please read this article published on our blog: "EDM machines – description and functioning".