6g FHD SA + Laser Ablation
The TEK4 6g Aero Fast Hole Drill machine is our latest generation machine with optional Drill After Coating (DAC) technology. Our most compact sized machine can be featured with a 100w high-frequency fibre laser to remove non-conductive coatings on components.
This technology is confined within the FHD EDM machine, allowing for a single operation solution to drill after coating.
These are so of TEK4 latest videos, featuring all of our latest machine and technology. You will find videos on our SA FHD HSD EDM drilling machine which is the most compact sized machine we currently do, it can be featured with a 100w high-frequency fibre laser to remove non-conductive coatings on components.
Our Fast hole drill, high speed drill EDM XLL machine is one of our largest machine, which has been developed for drilling large gas turbine components using our latest HSD FHD EDM technology and laser ablation to remove the thermal barrier coating.
6g FHD XLL
The TEK4 6g FHD XLL machine is the latest generation of our largest machine.
It encompasses world leading performance and capability, specifically developed for drilling large gas turbine components using fast hole EDM technology and ablating thermal coatings using an integrated laser system.
6g FHD SA
The TEK4 6g SA machine is specifically designed to drill aero parts.
The machine’s compact footprint along with the ability to place machines ‘paint to paint’ utilises space effectively. A side access door has been added to allow access for maintenance and so that it can be easily integrated into a robot cell.
The TEK4 eSTEM machine is the latest generation of our STEM machine.
It encompasses world leading performance and capability specifically developed for drilling very long holes in IGT blades, vanes, segments, and other components.
TEK4s 5th generation of Laser systems provides exceptional performance, rugged stability, and excellent user-friendly control.
Each laser system features a single beam delivery mirror for ease and stability of the beam alignment. All systems are fitted with a measuring touch probe for machine calibration and component location and compensation.
3 Steps to Accuracy
Accuracy and repeatability are critical elements when machining turbine components.
To achieve these can be difficult and has often resulted in complicated set up of the machine or complicated tooling, in addition referencing the part relative to the machine can be a challenge.
TEK4s 3 Steps to Accuracy procedure guarantees accuracy and repeatability in 3 simple steps.