Electrical Discharge Machine

Electric Discharge Machines (EDM) are cutting-edge tools used in the manufacturing industry to achieve precise and intricate machining operations. At Noble-X, we are proud to offer EDM services that cater to the needs of our customers when it comes to handling complex contours and achieving high levels of accuracy.

Our EDM capabilities are supported by both Wire EDM and Sinker EDM machines, which are at the forefront of modern machining technology.

Wire EDM: Wire Electrical Discharge Machining, commonly known as Wire EDM or WEDM, utilizes a thin, electrically conductive wire to erode the workpiece material. This process involves the creation of a series of controlled electrical discharges between the wire and the workpiece. The continuous movement of the wire, guided by computer programming, allows for intricate cuts and sharp corners with exceptional precision. Wire EDM is particularly suitable for producing intricate parts with fine details, small diameters, and complex geometries.

Sinker EDM: Sinker Electrical Discharge Machining, also known as Sinker EDM or Die-Sinking EDM, involves the use of a specially shaped electrode and a workpiece submerged in dielectric fluid. Through controlled electrical discharges, the electrode gradually erodes the material, precisely sculpting the desired shape. Sinker EDM is highly versatile and can handle various materials, including hardened tool steels and conductive ceramics. It is particularly effective for creating molds, dies, and components requiring exceptional surface finish and intricate details.

Our skilled team of technicians and operators at Noble-X possess extensive expertise in utilizing these EDM machines to their full potential. With our state-of-the-art equipment and meticulous attention to detail, we can achieve even the most challenging contours and deliver unparalleled results.

This center configuration was done on an EDM machine.

Large center configuaration was established on EDM machine.

EDM Machine in action! The work piece is down in the liquid, while the spools up top are feeding and gathering the wire.

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