EDM Spark Erosion - Microtec EDM

EDM Spark Erosion

Microtec EDM Limited specialise in all aspects EDM spark erosion and wire erosion technology. Establishing in 2001, we quickly gained a solid reputation for producing high-quality precision parts at competitive prices.

Gaining ISO 9001 compliance in February 2005, the company has continued to improve and update its production capabilities. Incorporating the latest GF Machining solutions EDM technology as well as Nikon CMM video measuring equipment to provide a comprehensive quality inspection service.

High Quality EDM Spark Erosion

Spark erosion is a process in which the creation of an electric spark within 8-12 thousand degrees Celsius, between an electrode (cutting tool) and the workpiece effectively 'vaporising' the material to create the required design. Microtec's Charmilles Roboform 350 machine combines high-speed finishing, micro and automated tool changer capability thus speeding up the production process. Lower electrode wear also keeps down the cost of the product.

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EDM Spark Erosion

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UKAS: BS EN ISO 9001:2008

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