Posts Tagged ‘wire cutting’

ONA EDM Cartridge-less Filtration

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

ona aqua prima fiter8 27 2011 10 55 38 AM ONA EDM Cartridge less Filtration

First let’s examine the reasons why you might consider Cartridge-less filtration:

• “Going Green” is an important trend in both manufacturing in general and EDM in particular. Last September, at IMTS, many of the OEM’s prominently displayed significant advances in EDM technology directed at reducing the impact of EDM on our environment. As responsible inhabitants of this planet, we all share in the responsibility to protect the environment for future generations. Discarded filters impact the environment in one way or another. They either end up in landfills (possibly contributing to groundwater contamination) or they are incinerated (contributing to increased carbon emissions).

• Eliminating the costs associated with buying and maintaining an inventory of filter cartridges.
• Eliminating the maintenance cost and downtime associated with filter changes.
• Eliminating the expense and responsibility of disposing of used filter cartridges.

Cartridge-less Filtration systems offer an alternative solution to the problem of providing a continuous supply of clean water to the Wire EDM process.

What about aluminum?
Consider the not so uncommon case of cutting aluminum. Due to the tendency of flaky aluminum EDM debris to clog filter elements, it is not uncommon to get less of the filter life expected when cutting Steel. For those EDMer’s who regulary cut aluminum, they can enjoy incredible savings of more the $20,000.00 per year. This greatly lowers the const of ownership ONA Cartridge-less Technology is only sold with ONA Machines.

EDM History / ONA EDM

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

In 1770, English physicist  Joseph Priestle studied the erosive effect of electrical discharges. Furthering Priestley’s research, the EDM process was invented by two Russian scientists, Dr. B. R. Lazarenko and Dr. N. I. Lazarenko, in 1943. In their efforts to exploit the destructive effects of an electrical discharge, they developed a controlled process for machining of metals. Their initial process used a spark machining process, named after the succession of sparks (electrical discharges) that took place between two electrical conductors immersed in a dielectric fluid. The discharge generator effect used by this machine, known as the Lazarenko circuit, was used for many years in the construction of generators for electrical discharge.

Additional researchers entered the field and contributed many fundamental characteristics of the machining method we know today.

ONA AF 25 EDM History / ONA EDM

Ever since its foundation in 1952, ONA Electro-erosion became a pioneer in the development of EDM technologies. As a result, the company is:

– The oldest EDM machines manufacturer in the world.
– The second largest European manufacturer of EDM machines.
– The world leader in large & customized EDM machines.

ONA is located in the Basque Country, the heart of the machine-tool industry in Spain. Still located in Durango, the site of its foundation, are to be found its head office, its principal factory, its R&D facilities, and its technical assistance centre.

Training, technical assistance and maintenance for the customer are given priority No 1 by ONA

 

 

ONA EDM – Best Filtration System In Industry!

Monday, December 27th, 2010

ona filter ONA EDM   Best Filtration System In Industry!

Why would you buy a new EDM without this ONA EDM filtration system? This filter unit is designed to operate together with wire EDM’s, taking dirty water from the machine and filtering it to 3 microns to supply clean water for machining. When the filter vessel reaches it’s cleaning capacity, which is detected by a pressure switch, a backwashing cycle is initiated. While in the backwashing cycle, clean filtered water is supplied to the machine’s dielectric tank. Therefore, the machine has an endless supply of clean water. After a predetermined programmed number of backwashing cycles, a sludge removal cycle is initiated, discharging the sludge contained in the decanting tank into a sludge bag. When the sludge bag reaches it’s capacity an alarm will be generated.

Aquaprima AK-100 Filter unit is an automatic, self cleaning, mineral filter unit designed for WEDM filtration, and does not require filter media replacement.

Video – ONA EDM Filtration System

• 100% self sufficient stand alone supplying 3 micron   filtration system.

• Stainless steel construction

• Aquaprima AK-100 Filter unit is specially designed for  quick and easy  retrofit with all WEDMs.

• Fully PLC controlled with automatic sludge discharge.

• Aquaprima AK-100 Filter unit is one hundred percent    ecological, requiring virtually no attention.

• Overall tank capacity – 330 gallons

• The filter incorporates an automatic EkoAdd metering tank   that greatly reduces resin consumption

Top Ten Reason to Purchase an ONA EDM

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

ONA AF 25 Top Ten Reason to Purchase an ONA EDM

  1. The # 1 reason to choose ONA EDM: Others sell EDM machines. Only ONA  provides a comprehensive package of application counseling, installation and training from the world’s most experienced source.
  2. Largest manufacturer of EDM in the European Union.
  3. 12 models to suit every application. View ONA models.
  4. More machine for the money – larger table and stroke let you cut more pieces in one operation.
  5. Our unique filtration system is significantly more efficient than conventional filters yet kind to the environment.
  6. Designed to easily accommodate robotic loading and unloading.
  7. ONA EDM applications specialists are ready to analyze your unique manufacturing situation and provide the most efficient ONA EDM solution. Send us your application file.
  8. Proprietary Wire Optimization System uses less wire, reduces breakage and efficiently manages spent wire to boost productivity.
  9. ONA EDM are designed for unattended operation. Learn more!
  10. Founded in 1952, ONA is the world’s oldest, most experienced EDM manufacturer. More about ONA’s history.