Strathclyde Die Sinking EDM

BAYSWATER NORTH, VIC - Delivers Nationally

Strathclyde Die Sinking EDM :      $8,000 AUD ($8,800 Inc. GST)

  • Specifications
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    Sellers stock ID:
    M4U 4052

    We have an excellent used condition Strathclyde Die Sinking EDM for sale

    Specifications are as follows

    Model:- T 50-40
    Type:- Die Sinking electrical discharge machine
    Control:- Auto 10 step programmable controller
    Work area tank size 1.2m x 0.65m x 0.4m deep
    Work table size 800mm x 400mm
    Amps 150
    Machine Voltage 415 volt
    Dimensions for Transport 3 Parts
    Machine 1.5m x 1.8m x 2.2m high
    Dielectric tank 1m x 1m x 1.1m high
    Control cabinet 0.9m x 0.55m x 1.8m high
    Machine Weight Approx. 1.75 tons
    Year of manufacture 1998

    Information on Die-sinking EDM?

    Die-sinking machining, also known as sinker EDM or Die-sinking EDM, is a machining process to shape and form metal parts with high precision. It involves the use of electrical discharges, which materialize as sparks, to remove material from a workpiece.

    A shaped electrode, often made of graphite or copper, will create a negative impression in the workpiece, usually consisting of a conductive material such as steel. The electrode and the workpiece are submerged in a dielectric fluid and a potential difference is applied between them. As the electrode approaches the workpiece, sparks jump across the gap, removing material from the workpiece and forming the desired shape.

    This Strathclyde EDM is in our warehouse, please feel free to call for more information or pop in to inspect the machine at your convenience.

    We are always interested in purchasing metalworking machinery, if you have machines surplus to requirements or you are closing down, please feel free to contact us here at Newmac Equipment

    We would like to extend a note to all prospective customers. We are happy to provide details of freight companies that transport machines anywhere in Australia or worldwide. However, we want to remind customers that the machines are not insured during transport by either the transport companies or Newmac Equipment. We strongly advise that customers speak with their usual insurance company to take out transport insurance.

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