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diesinking

[′dī‚siŋk·iŋ]
(engineering)
Making a depressed pattern in a die by forming or machining.
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This is where Mitsubishi's diesinking programming method, called ESPER (Easy and Simple Programming by Expert System), comes into play.
Electrical discharge machining is a more versatile tool with the addition of EDM milling to traditional diesinking and wirecutting EDM technologies.
RAM, or diesinking EDM, started with the introduction of manual die sinkers in the mid 1950s.
After acquiring the first Mitsubishi VX10 diesinking EDM machine, Mr Kushmaul's plans for automation really began to fall into place.
Agietron system, the diesinking EDM, has Expertron, letting users enter basic data without using command lines, M-, or G-codes.
The Robomill 200 eliminates the need to produce shaped diesinking electrodes and is particularly suited for machining cavities or punches for technical parts, with or without tapers, for molds used in the electrical, electronics, appliance, and aircraft industries.
Other products to be exhibited include smaller pallet systems and Mecatool's range of wire and diesinking EDM tooling.
For the last three years, Charmilles has donated the grand prize, a Charmilles Form 20 manual diesinking EDM--valued at $40,000--to the employer whose apprentice wins first place honors.
The increased capacity and ease of operation found in Roboform 40 CNC diesinking EDMs from Charmilles Technologies are due in large part to CT-Expert, a new function of the numerical control that saves time and simplifies workpiece operation.
Finally, the overall reliability of the EDM diesinking process boosts productivity.