Wire electrical discharge machining is a manufacturing method based on spark erosion. It is mainly used when cutting by chip removal is impossible. A thin brass wire serves as the electrode and is continually drawn past the work piece.
With the aid of spark erosion, it is possible to carve out special forms and corners, polygonal holes, grooves and special internal contours.
With this method, which is primarily common in the tool-making industry, we can independently offer our customers supplementary processes and extended machining steps, which has a positive effect in terms of both price and schedule.
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