4/25/2007

EDMs and High-Speed VMC

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At Eastec, Mitsubishi (Wood Dale, IL) will show the newest machines and latest technology from Mitsubishi EDM and Roku-Roku.

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At Eastec, Mitsubishi (Wood Dale, IL) will show the newest machines and latest technology from Mitsubishi EDM and Roku-Roku. The MD+PRO was designed to accommodate the medical field’s need for 24/7 production work. The MD+PRO delivers ultimate high-speed production and precision. The full servo B-axis indexing option introduces two new EDM processes: indexing and turning & burning. Mitsubishi’s FA20VS provides automatic threading capabilities of wire sizes .006”~ .014” fully utilizing the machines high-speed roughing as well as fine finishing abilities. The V500 Power Supply provides the proper combination of voltage and peak current to do an excellent job of machining PCD and CBN materials. The V500 combined with Power Master (PM4) also excels in poor flushing type work, providing 20 percent faster machining as compared to the FA-S Series. Roku-Roku’s HC-658 high-speed vertical machining center’s multi-purpose design combines the high-speed hard-milling of mold steels and unsurpassed graphite-machining with excellent dust collection capability. The Consumable Products Group (CPG) will showcase its line of OEM quality consumables.
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