Wire Cut Machine Manufacturer
EXCETEK’s wire cut EDM is one of the most popular EDM machines ever produced in Taiwan due to their competitive features. EXCETEK insists in the quality policy that offers only the best Wire Cut machines as well as related accessories. There are major four series that can meet most of the EDM processing demands. Wire Cut NP Series Comply with TUV CE comformity, both safety and desired design with easy operation. Power slider door design to save installation space and light operation. This Wire Cut machine also take advantages of the technology:
1. High Precision: Smart Conrner Control、Stable Discharge Module、SFC Super Finish Circuit.
2. Efficiency: DPM module、Entrance mark control、EF Electrolysis Free generator system
3. Cost Saving: Intellignet Power Management、Save Wire Consumption、Low running cost.
4. Intelligent Networking: Remote monitor and management、Connect all Controller、Portable device monitor.
5. Automation: High speed Auto Wire Threading、Workpiece Transfer Robot、Auto Measurement and Correction.
YC INOX’s Stainless Steel Pipe
YC INOX acquires ISO 9001, ISO 17025 lab 14001, OHSAS 18001 occupation safety & hygiene, and TOSHMS certificate. Moreover, our Stainless Steel Pipe are approved by CNS Mark, JIS Mark, CE Mark, and many ship building associations such as DNV (Norway), RINA (Italy), BV (France), GL (Germany), and LR (UK), and as well as the EU pressure container PED/AD2000 certificate and NSF/ANSI 61 drinking water certificate.
The ASTM and ASME stainless steel pipes produced by YC INOX are made of enduring and reliable stainless steel materials including 304, 304L, and 316L. Customers can further adjust chemical formula per request. Chemical elements including C, Si, Mn, P, S, Ni, Cr, and Mo are available variables for further custom modification.
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