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JUL 2018

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to 9 101 EDM Pages 95 to 102 Shaping the future of EDM Made in U.S.A. It's Time to Make the Switch to Top Performing DS4 Ultra-Fine EDM Graphite Now, you've really got a choice in EDM graphite for your most challenging machining operations. Mersen's DS4, featuring the DarkStar ultra-fine carbon particle, is a proven winner that delivers unmatched EDM performance. It's time to start saving money in EDM… ask your EDM distributor for DS4! "Our detailed engraving of molds and stamping dies demands an EDM electrode that provides excellent durability and delivers sharp corners and fine quality. We switched from the leading ultra-fine EDM graphite to Mersen's DS4 and it really performs… and saved us money." – Bob Held Wisconsin Engraving Electrodes Highlight Power of Machining with EDM Graphites Poco Graphite has a product line that includes more than 100 graphite grades used in EDM, semiconductor and other industrial applications. The company says that the use of Poco EDM graphites increases the poten- tial for optimum performance. Poco Graphite produces materials with con- sistent properties and performance for maximum EDM effi- ciency and overall cost reduction. The company showcases several machined electrodes of various material classifications to demonstrate the type of machining detail that can be achieved with Poco EDM materials. Poco Graphite, an Entegris Company / 877-762-6336 / Mill Features Three-Axis Linear Motor Drive EDM Network and Chmer EDM's HM4030L dust-free, graphite, high-speed mill features a three-axis linear motor drive that uses a Siemens 828D CNC control and drives and Chmer EDM linear motors. The optional dust-free oil shroud is unique to the Chmer high-speed mills and is offered on all three standard models HM43GT (graphite only), HM65GT and HM86GT (graphite and hard metal). These are all available in ball screw and linear motor drive configurations. EDM Network Inc. / 888-289-3367 /

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