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Electrical Discharge Machining Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial electrical discharge machining companies and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source electrical discharge machining companies with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These electrical discharge machining companies can design and engineer electrical discharge machining's to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these electrical discharge machining companies and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a company of wire electrical discharge machining, EDM die sinking, or wire EDM fixture tooling.

  • Fridley, MN 763-783-7808

    Twin City is ISO 9001:2000 certified for all simple & complex EDM services, in addition to many other services & their forte is producing difficult, complex parts through their state-of-the-art equipment & highly skilled staff. TC will perform the nearly impossible & are known to give both 100% in quality & service. Their flexibility & versatility provide customers with affordable convenience.

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  • Strongsville, OH 440-238-6459

    At R.M.Tool, we provide reduce turnaround times on intricate parts. We are able to perform internal spline cutting, internal key ways, internal cams, and more. With our Wire-Cut EDM equipment, we can cut short runs and keep both cost and time to a minimum. We strive to always please our customers by always delivering quality products. Give us a call today to discuss your electrical discharge machining needs.

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  • Mason, OH 513-573-7200

    Makino is a world leader in electrical discharge machinery technology, producing horizontal and vertical machining centers, wire EDM machines, and ram EDM machines. Makino is all a manufacturer needs to machine parts more accurately, productively and at a lower cost per part.

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  • LaVale, MD 800-272-1930

    The world’s leading small hole manufacturer since 1937, National Jet Company specializes in micro-hole drilling. We can drill holes as small as .0005’’ as we manufacture our own drilling machines includes broaches and punches. Featuring our very own micro EDM process, we are capable of producing EDM holes down to .002’’. We also utilize our own electrode extrusion process for EDM slots and shapes.

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  • Highland Heights, OH 800-474-4322

    Norman Noble specializes in conventional EDM, plunge EDM and small hole EDM services. Serves a range of industries such as aerospace, medical, automotive and more with quality electrical discharge machining. For medical device OEMS, high-tech applications and emerging industries, there’s no better, or more qualified source, for microprecision contract manufacturing than Norman Noble.

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  • Waukesha, WI 262-524-9100

    Wisconsin Metal Parts, Inc. specializes in precision wire EDM work. We wire EDM prototype and production parts, wire edm stamping die components and mold components. We will do just the wire edm for you or we will produce the parts complete.

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Electrical Discharge Machining

Electrical discharge machining is a tooling method that uses electrical energy to cut, drill, etch and machine metal parts and is one of the most accurate types of machining. Hard metals and other materials are difficult to machine cleanly with conventional mechanical-cutting methods and therefore EDM machining is used.

Electrical discharge machining is a tooling method that uses electrical energy to cut, drill, etch and machine metal parts and is one of the most accurate types of machining. Hard metals and other materials are difficult to machine cleanly with conventional mechanical-cutting methods and therefore EDM machining is used. The process erodes the material in the path of the EDM tool using electrical discharges, or sparks. The "tool electrode" forms an arc to the "work piece electrode" as the two are brought closer together, creating the intense electric field which is responsible for removing material. Applications such as manufacturing molds and dies for die casting and forging, as well as parts and components for industries such as food and beverage, automobile, defense, electronics and medical are common uses of conventional EDM. Using a dielectric fluid bath to prevent unwanted sparks and to flush away machining debris, EDM cutting and drilling is able to produce parts with high tolerances and accuracy. As there is no contact between the machine and the work piece, there is no potential for impact damage either, resulting in a high quality piece with minimal imperfections and wastage. EDM is typically used for electrically conductive materials and some which are commonly processed with CNC EDM include aluminum, copper, zinc, bronze, tin, silicon, titanium and stainless steel.

The actual electrical discharge machining is accomplished through carefully created sparks, which are electrical discharges that can generate heat anywhere from eight to twenty thousand degrees. A shaped tool, electrode or wire is used to generate the series of sparks, depending on the process. There is no actual physical cutting contact but rather a conductive path that is established between the electrode and the material which melts away the unwanted portions of the work piece. Electrical discharge machining services are engineered towards specific applications. Different types of machining include sinker EDM which is used for more complex geometries and for holes and patterns or wire EDM which specifically cuts patterns and shapes through a selected part or assembly. CNC machines are used to guide, monitor and control the electrical discharge machining process, as well as CAD and CAM software. Electrical discharge machining has advantages over other machining techniques due to its ability to create complex and intricate parts with a high degree of accuracy. Another advantage of electrical discharge machining is its ability to machine parts on an extremely small scale.



Electrical Discharge Machining
Electrical Discharge Machining
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Electrical Discharge Machining
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Electrical Discharge Machining – Micro EDM, Inc.
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