Classical metal cutting using machine tools has a number of disadvantages. The main ones include a decrease in the technical characteristics of the metal as a result of an increase in temperatures when exposed to its surface with a cutting tool, a large consumable part, insufficient accuracy, taking into account modern realities. Outdated technologies are being replaced by more modern methods. One of them is electrical discharge machining of metal , which is carried out in the production of JSC NPF "Spetsmash". It is based on the principle of a point thermal effect on the metal with the help of current loads. The scheme looks like this:
- The workpiece is placed in a special reservoir with a dielectric solution.
- When the surface of the part is exposed to an electrode through which pulsed currents are applied, the metal is heated.
- The molten metal particles are separated from the workpiece and settle to the bottom of the tank.
Such processing is carried out until the specified dimensional parameters are obtained from the final part of the workpiece. The process is carried out automatically using the machine software. Any grades of steels and alloys can be processed in this way.
The main advantages of the technology
The main advantages of using the EDM method include the ability to manufacture parts even with the most complex configuration, as well as those with internal cavities and through or blind holes. At the same time, the method ensures high manufacturing accuracy and speed of work execution.
You can get more information and order the manufacture of metal parts using electroerosive equipment through the official website of JSC NPF "Spetsmash". Samples of already completed orders are presented on the pages of the online resource catalog. For consultation, the site provides the option of contacting a technical manager. A chat specialist will answer all your questions and help with ordering.