5-axis CNC machining center
verticaldrillingEDM

5-axis CNC machining center
5-axis CNC machining center
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Characteristics

Number of axes
5-axis
Spindle orientation
vertical
Applications
drilling
Other characteristics
milling, high-precision, for micro-machining, laser, EDM

Description

Twin Axis Processing Combination Micro EDM Drilling Micro EDM Sinking Wire EDM Electrode grinding 3D Micro EDM Milling 3D Scope Measuring Micro Laser Ablation MACHmilling 5 axis The micro EDM core with up to 2 process heads is positioned by the basic U-V axis Automatic electrode feeding spindle with C indexing function Wire EDM electrode grinding device for micro round and complex shaped electrode (Laser electrode measurement as option) 3D Model programming with the SX-3D Milling CAM software package INNOVATION SARIX maintains his commitment to a continuous innovation of the micro EDM technology with the introduction the new MACHLine machining centers. The MACHLine is a family of Micro EDM machining centers and contain a unique combination of high precision machining capability to process real 3D complex structure. The possibility to combine multiple machining processes is another unique feature of the MACHLine series. TECHNOLOGY The constant development of the SARIX Micro EDM Technology has orientated the innovative design of the EDM axis of the MACHLine series. All EDM axis are concentrated in a core unit, a X-Y-Z module that is lightweight, very accurate and with high dynamic. Large positioning axis U, V, W applies the micromachining precision to larger parts. SARIX has also improved its Deepest Drilling Technology with devices that now can drill 100 microns holes with stringent tolerances, in up to 15 mm tungsten carbide.

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