Wire Electrical Discharge Machining: World-Class Components
Operating our ‘wire electrical discharge machining’ capacity 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year, Di-Spark place customer satisfaction top of the agenda. Using the latest wire electrical discharge machining innovations from AgieCharmilles, our machining technology partner, Di-Spark ensure that we are poised to dovetail with customer requirements by maintaining a high-tech, flexible, ultra-high quality and contemporary manufacturing service.
Spark & Wire Electrical Discharge Machining – Working in Unison
Within Di-Spark’s 40,000 sq ft manufacturing facility, our wire electrical discharge machining cell is housed directly adjacent to our spark electrical discharge machining cell – with both EDM technologies often working in tandem to produce some of the world’s finest parts, components and sub-assemblies. These 2 technologies are often the manufacturing option of choice for critical applications such as the oil & gas industry & the manufacture of valves. This is partly due to the unique nature of EDM machining which is suited to the machining of hardened, chemical treated, heat treated or exotic alloys and materials.
AS9100 Wire Electrical Discharge Machining
Di-Spark’s wire electrical discharge machining cell, in conjunction with our spark, 5 axis, large machining and automated mill-turn cells, are certifiied to AS9100 Revision C – for the manufacture of aerospace quality components. This means that we maintain and monitor aerospace quality standards throughout the manufacturing process, initiating with STP file analysis and CAD/CAM operations and following through to final inspection. Di-Spark Ltd has successfully completed our AS9100 Rev C re-certification audit. Di-Spark Ltd was commended for the professionalism and commitment from the staff, attitude to continual improvement, and the work already undertaken to understand the AS9100:2016/17 changes and how they impact the business. Di-Spark Ltd will continue to build upon this as it continues its journey towards transitioning to AS9100 Rev D which will take place in February 2018.