A user report from eropräzisa to also follow soon

High-end precision solutions from Thuringia - with DCAMCUT!

eropräzisa GmbH is a pan-European company, active in various industries including the optical industry, medical technology, precision mechanics, motorsport, semi-conductor industry, prototyping, aerospace, and tool and mold making. It provides the entire process chain from initial idea to production, through to the qualified part with the smallest tolerances and the finest surfaces. From raw materials to the desired end product - that's eropräzisa!

"Self-trained toolmakers are often unclear as to what can be achieved with wire eroding machines." Explains Thomas Richter in the Mitsubishi Magazine profile 02/2018

Get your hands on the user report soon and find out why DCAM convinced eropräzisa GmbH to use DCAMCUT in their high-end machining.

www.eropraezisa.com

Overview
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Quote

Dimensional stability and accuracy thanks to state-of-the-art eroding machines and DCAMCUT.

Features

Focus:

Tel: +49 (0) 36601 9271 0 Fax: +49 (0) 36601 9271 19 info@eropraezisa.com

Sector:

Mold manufacturing

Company:

eropräzisa GmbH

Location:

07629 Hermsdorf, Germany

Interviewee:

Dipl. Ing. Thomas Richter

Position:

Executive Partner

Published:

2018

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