The hollow copper electrode is clamped in the oscillating head. This is smaller in diameter than the broken tool. During the erosion process, the core of the broken tool is disintegrated. This releases the cutting edges of the tool which can be easily removed. The electrode does not come into contact with the workpiece so the thread remains undamaged. The drilling emulsion usually used for operation is used as cooling fluid.
The eromobil® is an erosion machine for fast and effective use with pillar drills and radial-arm drilling machines, milling machines, boring machines, magnetic drill stands and special-purpose machines.
Tool breakage is a problem for many industries – the eromobil® is the solution. Be it the production of parts for machinery, equipment or plant construction or in the automotive industry – tool breakage and broken tools which remain lodged in high-value workpieces present a problem for companies and businesses.