Precision Electrochemical Machining
Using Daniell’s and Faraday’s principles at the heart of Precise Electrochemical Machining, metal is quickly removed in a controlled manner, molecule by molecule leaving a stress-free, cold, burr-free surface; high frequency tooling oscillations ensuring a quantifiable and repeatable result.
Waste generated in the process is filtered out by the on-board treatment plant, the electrolyte being cooled and recycled, and the salts concentrated into a cake for disposal.
Tools do not touch the workpiece so tool wear is less than negligible.
Detail, finer than any that can be produced by conventional machining techniques, is only limited by the design of the tooling.