Wire Erosion is the process were a metallic wire (electrode) is used to cut a programmed contour in a work-piece. Each electrical discharge creates a crater in the work-piece to remove material. The wire can be inclined, making it possible to create components with taper or differing profiles at the top & bottom of the work-piece.
Working repeatedly to tolerances of 3-5 microns of accuracy. Wire Erosion with our Agie 100D Wire Eroder and Charmilles Robofil 290. This precision cutting process allows for work in a variety of materials including, aluminium, steel, tool steels, stainless steel, brass, bronze, copper, titanium or specialised alloys.
Applications include components for automotive and aerospace industries and precision general engineering.
Agie 100D wire Eroder – Precision Cutting
Charmilles Robofil 290 – Precision Cutting