Muskego Waukesha EDM Machining Services Expert Small Detail Design Announced

Muskego, Wisconsin based wire EDM services expert has announced it can provide local customers with full service electrical discharge machining. They offer personalized, friendly service and are able to run 24/7 if need be.

CAM Technologies, the Muskego, Wisconsin based wire EDM machining services expert, has announced it can provide local clients with all their electrical discharge machining metalworking needs. Wire EDM has rapidly become a key component in a wide range of industries, as it’s ideal for molding components, stamping dies, prototyping and more.

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The site explains that CAM Technologies is a small but growing facility with 12 high speed wire EDMs, two EDM micro hole drilling stations, and 6,000 square feet of shop space.

Because they are a small business, they can offer truly personalized service, and work closely with customers to ensure they meet their unique goals and needs. This means that customers getting in touch for expert EDM machining services can expect a range of exclusive benefits.

For example, because the small team works so closely with customers, they can ensure a fast turnaround on their projects. Despite this, they take pride in the high-quality service they can offer, and they work to the highest specifications, meaning customers can always get the best results.

Customers can get expert help and guidance through every stage of their projects. Help, guidance, and information can be offered from the prototype stage through to production runs.

A full list of EDM services is provided on the company website and includes medical devices and instrumentation, aerospace components, automotive and motorcycle parts, compound and progressive stamping dies, punches and buttons, trim dies, mold components, gears and splines, keyways, cutters, carbide components, replacement parts, and prototypes.

CAM Technologies states: “EDM is particularly well suited for parts which are made from materials that are difficult to machine and/or contain small or odd-shaped angles, intricate cavities or intricate contours. Think of it as reverse welding. With welding, you use an electric current to add material. Here we use an electric current to remove material.”

Full details can be found on the URL above, and interested parties can get in touch at (262) 679-8004.

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