Wire EDM (Electrical discharge machining), also known as spark machining or spark eroding, is a manufacturing process of creating a desired part from the metal sheet by using electrical discharges (sparks). The process uses a a thin single-strand metal conductive wire, like brass, along with de-ionized water allows the wire to cut through metal with the heat from electrical sparks.
Wire EDM machining is the perfect option for the production of small, delicate items. It can also be used for many other applications including automotive, aerospace, electronics, and other industries.
Wire EDM is a non-contact process which results is less surface deformation which reduces the need for post-processing cleanup.