The new EA28V Advance allows for the high-speed machining of tungsten carbide with copper tungsten electrodes. The new machine houses the standard V-series power supply which reduces electrode wear by as much as 50 percent when machining tungsten carbide. The Mitsubishi EA28V Advance features the new M700 series control with a 15-inch touchscreen. And the FP120V energy-saving power supply reduces electrical consumption by 20 percent compared to the previous FP model.
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