Supplier Directory Subscribe
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Home / Machining / Ram EDM Machines

Ram EDM Machines

Ram electrical discharge machining (EDM), also known as die sinking, uses an electrode typically pre-machined to a specified shape from graphite or copper that is sunk into a workpiece submerged in a dielectric fluid, leaving a negative imprint. A controlled spark discharges in the small gap between the workpiece and electrode to erode and remove material through melting or vaporizing. Ram EDM can cut any material that is conductive, including parts made from tungsten carbide or titanium that are hard to machine, and produce shapes and depths that are impossible to reach with a cutting tool. It produces surfaces with a fine finish and high precision that are ideal for complex die and moldmaking used in the automotive and aerospace industries.

Ram EDM Machines: Articles

A Hole New Game: Precision EDM Holemaking Goes Smaller, Deeper and Faster

While hole-popper systems are quite capable of generating very small accurate holes with good surface quality, advanced EDM drilling systems dramatically increase a shop’s capability to consistently produce tiny holes that are even more accurate and with higher quality.

While hole-popper systems are quite capable of generating very small accurate holes...

Liquid-Cooled Generator Technology Reduces EDM Electrode Wear

A breakthrough liquid-cooled generator technology marks the next generation of CNC Die Sinking that has revolutionized the way machine tool builders look at their power supplies.

A breakthrough liquid-cooled generator technology marks the next generation of CNC Die...

Corporate Profile: Makino

With Video

An overview of the company and its organization, products, services and capabilities.

An overview of the company and its organization, products, services and capabilities.
Ram EDM Machines: Products

Powerfully Simple, Simply Powerful: GibbsCAM 2024

With Video
Tobias Unosson, GibbsCAM 2024, GibbsCAM, Sandvik Coromant, CoroPlus Tool Library, cutting tool software, ISO 13399, cloud-based tool library, digital connectivity, CAM, CAD, Sandvik Coromant’s PrimeTurning, inserts, milling, Thorsten Strauß, Marc Freebrey, machining centers

GibbsCAM announces the release of GibbsCAM 2024, which continues to boost end-user productivity for programming advanced machining centers, underpinning the GibbsCAM promise of Powerfully Simple, Simply Powerful.

GibbsCAM announces the release of GibbsCAM 2024, which continues to boost end-user...

Microcracking Solved in Fast-Hole EDM’s Update

Beaumont Machine FH40

Beaumont Machine gave its FH40 fast-hole EDM a faster response time, plus features that address aerospace needs: a lower recast and virtually no microcracking. They’re focusing on the ability to work real-time with the power supply to control interconnection and closed-loop features, and thereby deliver higher quality in their process. 

Beaumont Machine gave its FH40 fast-hole EDM a faster response time, plus...

5-Axis Milling Machine Simplifies Complex Cutting Tasks

MC Machinery’s Eagle V5 can perform high-precision cuts with the X, Y, Z, B, and C axes moving simultaneously. Integrated 4/5-axis system allows X, Y, and Z travels of 21.6 in, 15.7 in, and 15.7 in, respectively.

MC Machinery’s Eagle V5 can perform high-precision cuts with the X, Y,...
Calendar & Events
RAPID + TCT
June 25 - 27, 2024
Los Angeles, CA
International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS)
September 9 - 14, 2024
Chicago, IL
Design-2-Part Show
September 10 - 11, 2024
Greenville, SC
Design-2-Part Show
September 25 - 26, 2024
Long Beach, CA
FABTECH 2024
October 15 - 17, 2024
Orlando, FL
Design-2-Part Show
October 16 - 17, 2024
Marlborough, MA
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement