Eroding machines EDM - wire cutting machines(88)

Wire EDM, unlike die sinking EDM machines, has a pure copper wire as the electrode tool. This wire, acting like a cutting tool, moves vertically and advances in the workpiece. The shape to be obtained is memorized by the machine through the insertion of the work program. Subsequently, the information is transferred to the axes that will guide the wire along the established trajectory in order to obtain the desired shape fully automatically. The wire EDM machine was born and evolved only later after the diffusion of die-sinking EDM. Wire EDM, however, was immediately very successful and is highly appreciated by the market, especially for the machining of precise and complex profiles. As explained in the case of die sinking EDM, the removal process by EDM is due to a combination of thermal and electrical effects. In this process, a conductive material can be eroded if it is struck by a series of electrical discharges, each of which has an imperceptible duration of just a few milliseconds. For further information please read this article published on our blog: "EDM machines – description and functioning".

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Used AGIE AGIECUT 150 HSS wire cutting machine

M1903142380
Under Power
Good
AGIE
AGIECUT 150 HSS
1996
on request
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Used SODICK AQ 535 L wire cutting machine

M1903130351
Visible
Good
SODICK
AQ 535 L
2000
on request
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Used Mitsubishi FA 30S Advance wire cutting machine

M1903112813
Under Power
Good
Mitsubishi
FA 30S Advance
2013
on request
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Used Mitsubishi FA 10 wire cutting machine

M1903108030
Visible
Good
Mitsubishi
FA 10
2001
on request
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Used AGIE Agiecut AC 200D wire cutting machine

M1903096579
Under Power
Good
AGIE
Agiecut AC 200D
1991
on request
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Used Mitsubishi FA20 V wire cutting machine

M1903085251
Under Power
Good
Mitsubishi
FA20 V
2003
on request
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Used FANUC Robocut alpha 0iA wire cutting machine

M1903069844
Under Power
Excellent
FANUC
Robocut alpha 0iA
2000
on request
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Used FANUC Robocut alpha 0iA wire cutting machine

M1903069702
Under Power
Excellent
FANUC
Robocut alpha 0iA
1999
on request
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Used Makino EU 64 wire cutting machine

M1903032063
Visible
Good
Makino
EU 64
2002
on request
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Used SODICK AQ 535L wire cutting machine

M1903029769
Under Power
Good
SODICK
AQ 535L
2003
on request
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Used SODICK AQ537L wire cutting machine

M1903026848
Under Power
Good
SODICK
AQ537L
2007
on request
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Used SODICK AQ750LH wire cutting machine

M1903026746
Under Power
Good
SODICK
AQ750LH
2006
on request
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Used FANUC Alpha 1iE wire cutting machine

M1903020223
Visible
Good
FANUC
Alpha 1iE
2012
on request
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Used Mitsubishi SX10 wire cutting machine

M1903005618
Visible
Good
Mitsubishi
SX10
to be verified
on request
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Used SODICK AQ 750 LH wire cutting machine

M1902990367
Visible
Good
SODICK
AQ 750 LH
2003
on request
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Used CHARMILLES CUT 20 P wire cutting machine

M1902981782
Visible
Good
CHARMILLES
CUT 20 P
2011
on request
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Used Mitsubishi FA 20S Advance wire cutting machine

M1902981371
Visible
Good
Mitsubishi
FA 20S Advance
2012
on request
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Used Makino U 53K wire cutting machine

M1902981106
Under Power
Good
Makino
U 53K
1998
on request
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Used CHARMILLES Robofil 310 wire cutting machine

M1902976888
Visible
Good
CHARMILLES
Robofil 310
to be verified
on request
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Used CHARMILLES CUT 20P wire cutting machine

M1902976121
Visible
Good
CHARMILLES
CUT 20P
2010
on request
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Description

Wire EDM, unlike die sinking EDM machines, has a pure copper wire as the electrode tool. This wire, acting like a cutting tool, moves vertically and advances in the workpiece. The shape to be obtained is memorized by the machine through the insertion of the work program. Subsequently, the information is transferred to the axes that will guide the wire along the established trajectory in order to obtain the desired shape fully automatically. The wire EDM machine was born and evolved only later after the diffusion of die-sinking EDM. Wire EDM, however, was immediately very successful and is highly appreciated by the market, especially for the machining of precise and complex profiles. As explained in the case of die sinking EDM, the removal process by EDM is due to a combination of thermal and electrical effects. In this process, a conductive material can be eroded if it is struck by a series of electrical discharges, each of which has an imperceptible duration of just a few milliseconds. For further information please read this article published on our blog: "EDM machines – description and functioning".