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Charmilles was founded in 1861 in Switzerland, the Ateliers des Charmilles produced cars for almost a century, until 1952, when it began to devote itself to EDM (Electrical Discharge Machining) for industrial applications.
In the mid-1950s, Charmilles introduced the first die sinking EDM machines and immediately became a market leader.
In 1983, Ateliers des Charmilles became part of the Swiss industrial group Georg Fischer, which acquired 51% of the company's shares. The company is renamed Charmilles Technologies SA. In 1988, Georg Fischer took over all the shares in Charmilles. In 1996, the Georg Fischer Group also acquired the majority of the shares in its Swiss competitor Agie and became without doubts the world leader in the field of EDM. Today, the GF Group also controls the Swiss company Mikron, which is one of the world's leading manufacturers of high-speed machining machines.

 

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ROBOFIL 330 F
1999
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ROBOFIL 440 CC
2002
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Robofil 2000
1994
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Used CHARMILLES ROBOFORM 22 die sinking machine

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ROBOFORM 22
2001
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Used CHARMILLES ROBOFORM 55 P die sinking machine

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ROBOFORM 55 P
2001
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Used CHARMILLES CUT 30P wire cutting machine

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CUT 30P
2013
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Used CHARMILLES Robofil 6030 SI wire cutting machine

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Robofil 6030 SI
2001
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Used CHARMILLES Robofil 330F wire cutting machine

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Robofil 330F
1999
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Used CHARMILLES Robofil 2050 TWO wire cutting machine

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Robofil 2050 TWO
2008
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Used CHARMILLES Roboform 30 RTC die sinking machine

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Roboform 30 RTC
1996
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Used CHARMILLES Robofil 4030 SI wire cutting machine

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Robofil 4030 SI
2000
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Used CHARMILLES Robofil 240 wire cutting machine

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Robofil 240
2001
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Used CHARMILLES FORM 300 die sinking machine

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FORM 300
2016
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Used CHARMILLES Robofil 290P wire cutting machine

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Robofil 290P
2001
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Used CHARMILLES Robofil 240 CC wire cutting machine

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Robofil 240 CC
2002
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Used CHARMILLES Roboform 550 die sinking machine

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Roboform 550
2005
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Used CHARMILLES Roboform 350 RTC die sinking machine

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Roboform 350 RTC
2004
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Used CHARMILLES FORM 300 die sinking machine

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FORM 300
2016
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Used CHARMILLES Robofil 6030 SI wire cutting machine

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Robofil 6030 SI
2001
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Robofil 440SL
2005
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Charmilles was founded in 1861 in Switzerland, the Ateliers des Charmilles produced cars for almost a century, until 1952, when it began to devote itself to EDM (Electrical Discharge Machining) for industrial applications.
In the mid-1950s, Charmilles introduced the first die sinking EDM machines and immediately became a market leader.
In 1983, Ateliers des Charmilles became part of the Swiss industrial group Georg Fischer, which acquired 51% of the company's shares. The company is renamed Charmilles Technologies SA. In 1988, Georg Fischer took over all the shares in Charmilles. In 1996, the Georg Fischer Group also acquired the majority of the shares in its Swiss competitor Agie and became without doubts the world leader in the field of EDM. Today, the GF Group also controls the Swiss company Mikron, which is one of the world's leading manufacturers of high-speed machining machines.