Wire EDM (electrical discharge machining) is a machining process by which an electrically-charged wire is used to cut away material. This process can be used on any electrically conductive material. The electrical discharge between the wire and the part creates a spark that erodes the material. Both the wire and part are submerged in deionized water which removes debris.
This highly specialized process makes it possible to manufacture extremely small, delicate and/or intricate parts with a high degree of accuracy down to 1 micron (.000038”) and radii as small as .002”. Braneva Precision uses CNC-operated wire EDM machines capable of creating complex parts and with more than 28 years of experience, we have the expertise to manufacture parts of all shapes and sizes up to 8.50" thick. For specific capabilities, click here.
We have an “old school” work ethic and pride ourselves on timely delivery of high quality parts at competitive prices. Whether you need a prototype, short or long production runs, we will put our expertise in machine operation, tool-making, programming and engineering to work for you. Contact us for a quote or for more information.