Wire eroding is a cutting process, during which an electric spark is used to separate electrically conductive materials. The spark is generated by a voltage pulse and is transferred to the workpiece with the aid of a wire. In each case the spark flashes over the point where the distance between the wire and workpiece is the smallest.
The spark transfers a minimal amount of material from the workpiece to the wire, thus enabling metals to be cut very precisely. Once the cutting process has finished, the wire is disposed of.
- Stainless steel
- Max. Length: 5.000 mm
- Max. Width: 3.000 mm
- Max. Material thickness: 400 mm
- Powder coating
- Initial sample test report
- Factory certification