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EDM and Milling Technology at EASTEC

MC Machinery will be showcasing the new Mitsubishi artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled sinker EDM as well as other EDM and milling machines at EASTEC in booth 1420, where Mitsubishi EDM experts will be available to answer questions and provide live demos.

Mitsubishi EDM machines at EASTEC will include the Mitsubishi SG12 sinker EDM, the Mitsubishi MV2400 wire EDM and the Ingersoll Eagle V550 5-axis milling center.

Mitsubishi SG12

The SG12 sinker EDM's AI and IoT technologies combine to provide insight into and control over its productivity, efficiency, uptime, maintenance and more.

The SG12 sinker comes with MC Machinery's Remote360 cloud-based machine monitoring system, which provides real-time expert remote diagnostics along with the seamless measurement of and access to valuable data that can provide the insight necessary to improve productivity, efficiency and profitability.

"This combination of AI and remote monitoring can improve machine productivity by 30% and cut machining time in half while reducing waste and electrode wear," said a company spokesperson. "Additionally, both new and experienced operators benefit from the Mitsubishi M800 CNC control with its 19-inch ergonomic touchscreen."

Mitsubishi Wire EDM

The MV2400-R Mitsubishi wire EDM is suited for applications requiring .0001 tolerance, and also features a larger tank capacity and low operational costs.

The MV-R series offers improvements in machine construction, auto-threading, internal machine communication and power supply technology. It also highlights Mitsubishi's dedication to high precision, with innovations including the reliable noncontact cylindrical drive system on the X-, Y-, U- and V-axis drives.

Ingersoll Eagle V550 Machining Center

The Ingersoll Eagle V550 graphite machining center features high-speed, high-precision 5-axis machining for small graphite electrodes and mold/die components.

"Graphite machining can be a shop floor bottleneck, particularly with simultaneous complicated projects. The Eagle V550 is known for building electrodes faster and more efficiently," said the spokesperson.

For more information contact:

MC Machinery Systems, Inc.

85 Northwest Point Blvd.

Elk Grove Village, IL 60007


EASTEC Booth 1420

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