EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September

    EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September
    Automated Process Chains

    Double-head die-sinking machine maximizes production time

    According to Ona, the QX series of die-sinking EDM machines features a new digital generator that can be fully configured and programmed. A high level of economic efficiency is said to be ensured as a result.

    24 Jul. 2017
    The QX series of twin-head vertical eroding machines from Ona enables the simultaneous, independent performance of two sinking operations.

    The QX die-sinking electrical discharge machining range has been developed as a double-head sinking machine controlled by two independent CNC generators to enhance profitability, reduce processing time and produce more accurate finishing. It is billed as a unique solution on the market that allows the possibility of eroding two cavities simultaneously and independently. According to the Spanish manufacturers, it yields the highest possible return when machining large workpieces with a high degree of technical complexity, which is seen as particularly useful in the manufacturing of large molds for the automotive industry. The highly rigid mechanical structure of the machine, constructed from fine-grained cast iron blended with graphite, allows workpieces up to 25 metric tons to be efficiently machined. Constant innovation has reportedly allowed the company to develop a generator that is 30 percent more powerful than the current standard on the market.

    Contact: Leire Gomez Roman, ONA ELECTROEROSION S.A.
    Tel. +34 946200800
    E-mail: lgomez@onaedm.com
    Website: www.onaedm.com

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