Forming with ECM-sinking
Electrochemical sinking includes an erosive machining process in which a specially shaped tool is placed opposite to a work piece. Relative cathode movements can be performed. Upon ECM-sinking, the shape of tool is mapped on and/or in the work piece.
Benefits of process:
- Form-machining with utmost precision
- High surface finish and mapping accuracy
- High process speed (up to 3 mm/min and faster) as a function of material and application
- Machining of unalloyed and alloyed steels as well as carbide, titanium, nickel-based and powder-metallurgical alloys
- No process-related cathode wear
defined chamfer on over 100 cogs
|Repeat accurancy||± 0,02 mm|
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