CNC DIAMOND WIRE SAW
Price from 22’000 EUR
Diamond wire cutting technology is not new, it has been existing for more than 50 years. Basically, the equipment using fixed abrasive wire-cut technology originated from special design multi-wire machines which work with a straight cut only with high performance. It was used, in most cases, for the radio-electronic industry for precision cutting of silicon carbide. In the 21st century, the relevance of this technology has increased.
There are a huge number of new non-conductive materials which require economical cutting as materials based on carbon fiber, special alloys with low inductance but very high hardness, sandwich structure materials (composites) using ceramics and various plastics, compound materials, various minerals, as well as synthetic porous and brittle materials.
We, as manufacturers and sellers of electro-erosive equipment, constantly faced requests for test processing of various materials that are on the verge or beyond the capabilities of electro-erosive processing. Of course, the tests were not successful. However, it pushed us to the idea of creating a universal machine that works on the principle of abrasive friction of diamond wire on the workpiece and using the proven mechanical part with almost no modifications from the M series EDM machine.
The control Cabinet was correspondingly modified for 2‑axis control and the CNC system used was the MEATEC CNC system, which was developed by SPE MEATEC itself. The equipment turned out to be universal, inexpensive and reliable. The CNC abrasive wire-cutting machines of our MK series are widely used for cutting silicon carbide and other carbide alloy materials, graphite electrodes, plates made of epoxy resins, marble, jade, optical glass, ceramics, ferrite, semiconductor materials, refractory bricks and other non-conductive and conductive materials, which hardness is a little bit less than diamond.
- Machining any materials with hardness just a little bit less than diamond.
- Мinimum cutting thickness, equal to 0.33 mm, allows to save processed material.
- Ability to machine of small or big workpieces with complex shapes, which can be hardly processed by any other technology.
- Optical rulers and DRO as standard option.
- Over travel limit switches on X/Y axis.
- Working area splash guard door with emergency limit switch.
- Batch-Processing by stacking.
- Quick ROI as per low tCOO (total Cost of Ownerdhip) – low invest, low running costs.
- Easy handling to manufacture highly comlex structures and surfaces by CAM/CAD programs “Compass” and “Auto CAD”
- CE certificate.
|Working table size, mm||385 х 495||340 х 560||410 х 710||650 х 1000|
|Working table travel, mm||200 х 250||300 х 360||400 х 500||500 х 630|
|Max workpiece thickness, mm||200||400||500||600|
|Working table travel per one turn of feeding wheel, mm||4|
|Max cutting efficiancy, mm2/min||200|
|Max working table load, kg||100||200||300||350|
|Diamond wire Ø, mm||Ø0,33–0,45|
|Drum size, mm||Ø160 х 300||Ø160 х 300||Ø60 х 400||Ø160 х 400|
|Max diamond wire length on the drum, mm||300||300||400||400|
|Pulse step, mm||0.001|
|Stepper motor model||90BF006|
|Drum motor||YS7124—750 W—1400 rpm|
|Coolant pump motor||AB25 90 W 25 l/min|
|Overall size, mm||1050 х 640 х 1700||1640 х 1280 х 1700||1830 х 1490 х 1700||2070 х 1770 х 1800|
|Machine weight, kg||600||1400||1600||2200|
|Power consumption||2 kW, alternating current 380 V / 220 V, 50 Hz|
- Machining any materials with hardness just a little bit less, than diamond.
- Minimum cutting thickness, equal to 0.33 mm, allows to save processed material.
- Ability to do machining of a small workpiece with complicated shape, which can be hardly processed by any other technology.
- Processing of small diameter holes and fillets of small inner and outer radii.
- Ability to do batch cutting.
- Short-term payback of equipment due to overall low cost of processing, rapid changeover of equipment from one product to another.
- Simplicity of machine design increases its reliability.
- Rational use of consumables.
- Simplicity and clarity of creating complex contours and surfaces with the help of popular CAM/CAD programs “Compass” and “AutoCAD”.