Makino is the originator of high-speed spindles for commercial use. With spindles able to achieve speeds of 20,000 rpm and above, it’s no wonder we are the undisputed leader in high-speed high-efficiency machining center technology. Makino machines will deliver precise statistical performance and dramatically reduced cycle times.
20% increase in 1st-pass machining speed. Makino’s PVG functions make this high-accuracy wire EDM machine ideal for machining inserts, slides and electrodes.
The unified Hyperi control delivers an identical streamlined interface to both Wire and Sinker EDM operations, and provides new levels of capability, efficiency, and user friendliness. New Generation – Touch screen controller available for both Sinker and Wire EDM that makes machining easy as Ready, Set , Go! Some functions include:
E-Tech Doctor can help you achieve your perfect part! E-Tech Doctor is a revolutionary method of adjusting machining conditions to create the desirable result.
All machine manuals reside electronically within the Hyper i control , and are organized with index and search functions for quick access.
On-board training system with integrated video provides a convenient training and reference tool.
Monitor and track machine consumables and maintenance intervals.
3µmRz / 3 Pass Machining Improves Productivity
Under standard machining condition, the U32J or U53J machines are able to deliver a surface finish of 3µmRz with just 3 pass machining. This met the requirement of cutting blades of progressive die used in precision metal stamping operation.
Workpiece Material : Steel(SKD-11)
Wire Used : 0.25mm dia. Brass Wire
Material Thickness : 80 mm
Surface Finish : 3μmRz
Achieving Accuracy through mechanical means
Utilizing structural analysis simulations, the modular machine structure of U3 achieves good rigidity even under extreme conditions.
Geometric accuracy is achieved through proven machine structure and not just obtained from electronic compensation.
The interior of the machine is kept to the same temperature as the dielectric fluid, which is controlled by the dielectric fluid cooling unit. This reduces thermal distortion of cast iron machine components to provide high-accuracy machining. Moreover, the dielectric fluid cooling unit incorporates an inverter system to minimize the temperature difference between its On/Off states. The temperature is controlled with high accuracy to within ±0.1°C.