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EDM

Used EDM Machines For Sale

Please view the regularly updated inventory of used EDM’s below. Inventory includes a variety of brands, lengths, and capacities. Below is our up to date selection of used EDM machines. Our brands include but are not limited to: Fanuc, Sodick, Agie Charmilles and more. If you don’t find the EDM machine you are looking for, please contact us!

Revelation Machinery can always help you find what you need!  If you have any questions about EDM Machines or need to find a specific brand/type, please feel free to contact us! Interested in selling your equipment? Find out how easy it is to sell your used EDM machines!

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1996
Elox
Agie Futura V 2PM
2013
Belmont
SY-2535
1999
Charmilles
HD8
1995
Charmilles
Roboform 2000
2004
Charmilles
Robofil 440
2020
Makino
U3i
2005
Charmilles
Roboform 350
1994
Charmilles
Roboform 20
1999
Charmilles
Roboform
2004
Mitsubishi
FA-20V Wire EDM
2014
AccuteX
HP-350
1998
Hansvedt
MS-1 Benchman M-Pulse 1025 EDM Sinker

An EDM machine is an electrical discharge machine. These machines have an electrical current that passes between an electrode and a workpiece that is separated by a dielectric fluid. That fluid acts as an electrical insulator when it becomes an electrical conductor. The sparks that discharge will erode the material to form the desired shape. Electrical machining is also known as spark eroding, spark machining, wire burning, wire erosion or die sinking.

There are three types of EDM machines that are made.  A die sinker or “Ram” EDM, Hole Drilling or “Hole Popper” EDM and Wire or “Cheese Cutter” EDM.

Die Sinker– These are used to create more complex cavity shapers in tool and die applications.  This includes metal stamping dies and plastic injection molds.

Hole Drilling EDM-These are used to create precise and accurate holes in more complex materials or hardened materials. It is mainly used when the part requires cooler holes, vent holes or starter holes.

Wire EDM– These have a wire pass through the workpiece which makes a two-dimensional cut in a three-dimensional piece.  It produces a fresh discharge path in the cutting process.

Any material that is used with an EDM must be electrically conductive.  It is primarily a thermal process and has the potential to alter the material being shaped due to the heat affected zones (HAZ), although EDM’s have a minimal zone.  An advantage to using an EDM is that it can cut hardened materials while still providing high quality surface finishes without the need for treatment. One downside to EDM machines is that they may be slower but to make up for that, they are much more precise, dependable and less costly.

Revelation Machinery can always help you find what you need!  If you have any questions about EDM machines or need to find a specific brand/type, please feel free to contact us!  If you’re looking to get cash for your used equipment, learn how easy it is to sell used EDM machines to Revelation Machinery!