U86

U86

Introduction

A part of Makino’s award-winning U-Series of wire EDM machines, the U86 relies on advanced generator technology for significantly faster cycle times while achieving superior surface finishes and workpiece accuracy. With a rigid, compact design capable of handling large molds and dies within a small machine footprint, the U86 can slash cycle time by 50 percent while achieving high-quality surface finishes of 35mRmax in just three machining passes.


HYPER I

 

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

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.

EDM Assist Functions

e-Manuals

All machine manuals reside electronically within the Hyper i control , and are organized with index and search functions for quick access.

e-Learning

On-board training system with integrated video provides a convenient training and reference tool.

Consumables Tracking

Monitor and track machine consumables and maintenance intervals.



HYPERCUT TECHNOLOGY

3µmRz / 3 Pass Machining Improves Productivity

Under standard machining condition, the U86 machine is 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

 

 

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Simple setups even for large workpieces

Foot recesses are provided at the bottom of the cast bed on three sides of the table to allow a comfortable working posture. A space of 160 mm from the floor is provided at the front of the machine to facilitate the use of a simple lift for easy workpiece setups.