Wire EDM with High Energy Applied Technology

Makino (Auburn Hills, MI) will feature its SP43 wire EDM with HEAT (High Energy Applied Technology) at Eastec.

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Makino (Auburn Hills, MI) will feature its SP43 wire EDM with HEAT (High Energy Applied Technology) at Eastec. HEAT technology reduces cutting times in poor flushing conditions while maintaining exceptional part straightness—cutting parts 18 to 44 percent faster while holding tolerances of straightness to 0.0005 inch (T.I.R.) with one pass and 0.0002 inch (T.I.R.) with two passes. These results are being achieved in real world applications, including poor flushing conditions, non-sealed nozzle applications, uneven surface thickness and through holes, as well as parts up to six inches tall. The SP43 wire EDM provides advanced features for numerous market segments in the general wire EDM arena, including general part manufacturing, aerospace and medical applications looking to drive out operational costs. The extremely fast part-processing speed of the SP43 provides the advantages of production wire-cutting machines capable of holding extremely tight tolerances.