Agie Charmilles Wire EDM

Facility/equipment: Equipment

  • Advanced Forming Research Centre

Equipments Details


Purpose A most versatile machine, capable of cutting 45° cones, and can do this whatever the height of the part. The principle of crossed double guiding of the X, Y, U and V axes independently and of the same dimensions, allows machining to be done with a large taper, thus widening the scope of possible applications for wire spark erosion. Interesting fact: The history of EDM Machining techniques goes as far back as the 1770s when it was discovered by an English Scientist Joseph Priestley... for more information, see website below


NameAgie Charmilles Wire EDM
Acquisition date28/08/10
ManufacturersAgie Charmilles


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