Start hole EDM is a specifically quick and efficient metalworking method, which can be applied to process very thin as well as very thick materials. With Huber Bohrteufel, our start hole EDM, electric spark erosion can be used to machine the smallest holes by means of 0.10 to 10 mm electrodes quickly, smoothly, free from burrs, and precisely into almost any conductive material.
Huber Bohrteufel machines stand for speed, highest quality, and precision in start hole EDM processes.
Huber start hole EDM solutions have more to offer. You benefit from the highest EDM performance, a comprehensive model range, many practice-oriented upgrade options, and maximum precision. The wide range of products and high efficiency go hand in hand with a very attractive price-performance ratio. From compact and portable devices through manually operated basic and standard machines to fully equipped CNC machines or individual developments, e. g. for the aerospace industry, we can provide the perfect solution for every customer requirement.
New customer-specific application tasks and production steps often require distinctly individual solutions. We gladly accept these challenges with our start hole EDM machines. Manually operated and CNC start hole EDM solutions can be combined with dividing heads and specifically developed software in order to facilitate fully automated manufacturing processes.
If required for sophisticated applications in sectors such as automotive, medical engineering, carbide tool manufacturing, research or the aerospace industry, we also develop and construct special-purpose machines. Huber micro EDM solutions show their strengths in superfinishing processes in medical engineering, aerospace and motor technologies.
Start hole EDM at a glance
- Use of deionized water as the flushing liquid (dielectric) instead of oil or chemical substances in order to sustainably protect the environment
- Increased flexibility and efficiency thanks to a wide range of upgrade options
- Demonstrations, test drillings, parameter developments and test series performed by trained application and service engineers at the Huber demonstration centre