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Product: Views:68Wire Cutting 
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Last updated: 2019-07-10 07:45

Wire cutting uses electrode wire (molybdenum wire, tungsten molybdenum wire) as tool electrode, working fluid as medium, under the action of high frequency pulse power supply, spark discharge is formed between tool electrode and workpiece. The discharge channel produces high temperature instantaneously, which makes the workpiece surface melt or even gasify. The wire cutting machine moves along the predetermined trajectory through the movement of X-Y and U-V trajectories, so as to achieve the purpose of processing workpiece.

Intelligent control of high frequency pulse power supply is adopted in Wire cutting. Through real-time sampling and waveform analysis of discharge gap, according to the change of discharge state, according to the scheduled program, real-time control of each pulse energy and the length of intermission time of each pair of adjacent pulses can prevent molybdenum wire from burning or burning to a limit. Reduce the loss of molybdenum wire. Not only the cutting speed and surface roughness are taken into account, but also the stable processing under the condition of extreme cutting speed is ensured.

High current, high current, long time processing workpiece, ultra-low loss of molybdenum wire of Wire cutting. The loss of molybdenum wire in high current processing is 10million12 million square millimeters and 1 wire. Molybdenum wire can be processed continuously for more than 60 hours. Isolated design is adopted in the control cabinet with low failure rate. Key-press design is used in the operation panel to effectively reduce the failure rate. Manual control box operation reduces the labor intensity of workers, improves the working efficiency of workers and reduces the chance of misoperation.