Electrical discharge machining

In 1770, English physicist Joseph Priestley studied the erosive effect of electrical discharges. Furthering Priestley's research, the EDM process was invented by two Russian scientists, B. R. and N. I. Lazarenko, in 1943. In their efforts to exploit the destructive effects of an electrical discharge, they developed a controlled process for machining of metals. (Wikipedia) 

Using this technology, the team of Meislitzer Präzisionstechnik is basically able to process all electroconductive materials! Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) furthermore is an ideal machining process for narrow tolerance requirements with complex contours.


Wire-Cut EDM Die sinking

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