The expansion of CAM Tech, Inc.’s electrical discharge machining (EDM) service means that the company is able to tackle large production and contract jobs. With the addition of 6,000 square feet of additional workshop space, the company can easily guide customers through every phase of a project – from prototyping to production runs.
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As a result of increasing the capacity of this specialized manufacturing service, CAM Tech is able to offer a wider range of services to a broader range of customers. Some of the items that customers can request to have manufactured include medical instrumentation, automotive/motorcycle components, gears, and splines. With all this, the company takes pride in their ability to complete projects on time, even for customers with critical deadlines.
Wire EDM is a metal-working process where material is removed from a conductive workpiece by electrical erosion. EDM is particularly well-suited for parts that are made from materials that are otherwise difficult to machine, and/or contain small or odd-shaped angles, intricate cavities, or intricate contours. Respected metalwork publications frequently cite cost savings, improved production efficiency, and greater levels of precision as being benefits of using Wire EDM over other manufacturing protocols.
The Wire EDM service offered by CAM Tech has a wide range of capabilities. The high-speed wire has the ability to cut through both hardened and softened material, along with all types of conductive material. The process has a precision accuracy measurement as low as 0.0001. The system is capable of reading and interpreting .dxf, .dwg, .cad, .stp, and .iges file types. Customers can request a workpiece that is up to 3,550 pounds in weight.
As part of its commitment to time efficiency, the company is able to run the Wire EDM machinery 24/7. Having launched the company in 1996, the business has been servicing the needs of its clients and bringing projects to completion for more than 26 years. Those who are at the start of a project can request a free and commitment-free quotation through the company website or by calling 262-679-8004.
Based in Muskego, Wisconsin, CAM Tech seeks to serve more customers in the surrounding areas of southeastern Wisconsin including Waukesha and Milwaukee. They also serve clients throughout much of the Midwest.
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