Die sinking Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) machines are precision tools designed for crafting complex 3D shapes with exceptional accuracy. These machines use thousands of sparks between an electrode and the workpiece to meticulously erode material, making them indispensable in industries like automotive, aerospace, and medical technology.

When buying a used Die sinking EDM machine, consider its capacity, power, and CNC controls to ensure it meets your production needs. Check compatibility with the necessary electrode types and axis travel for your required component sizes.

Evaluate the machine's age, condition, and maintenance history to gauge performance and longevity. Additionally, ensure spare parts are available and after-sales service is reliable.

INGERSOLL IG1300 PENTA Die sinking edm machine

Year: 2017

X Axis 900 mm
Z Axis 550 mm
CNC Type BECKHOFF PENTA CNC
Y Axis 690 mm
Type CNC
Table length 1150 mm

CHARMILLES ROBOFORM 51 Die sinking edm machine

Year: 1998

X Axis 600 mm
Z Axis 450 mm
Worktank width 550 mm
Y Axis 400 mm
Worktank length 800 mm
Worktank height 370 mm

CHARMILLES ROBOFORM 50 Die sinking edm machine

Year: 1999

X Axis 350 mm
Z Axis 300 mm
Worktank width 550 mm
Y Axis 250 mm
Worktank length 800 mm
Worktank height 370 mm

+GF+ FORM 20 Die sinking edm machine

Year: 2018

Type CNC
CNC Type GF AC FORM HMI

Exeron EDM 310 MF 20 Die sinking edm machine

Year: 2023

X Axis 350 mm
Z Axis 270 mm
Worktank width 520 mm
Y Axis 270 mm
Worktank length 770 mm
Type CNC

AGIE AGIETRON INTEGRAL 3 die sinking edm machine

Year: 1998

X Axis 500 mm
Z Axis 500 mm
Worktank width 620 mm
Y Axis 350 mm
Worktank length 860 mm
Worktank height 350 mm

Mitsubishi Electric EA8-S Die sinking edm machine

Year: 2016

X Axis 300 mm
Z Axis 250 mm
Worktank width 497.8 mm
Y Axis 250 mm
Worktank length 762 mm
Worktank height 248.9 mm

Charmilles Roboform 51 Die sinking edm machine

Year: 1999

X Axis 600 mm
Z Axis 450 mm
Worktank width 550 mm
Y Axis 400 mm
Worktank length 800 mm
Worktank height 370 mm

AGIE AGIEMATIC + AGIEPULS 60 HSF Die sinking edm machine

Year: 2000

X Axis 350 mm
Z Axis 350 mm
CNC Type Agie
Y Axis 250 mm
Type CNC
Table length 600 mm

CHARMILLES 20 Die sinking edm machine Hot deal

Year: 1996

CNC Type
Table width 300 mm
Table length 360 mm

Die Sinking EDM machine EXERON EDM 310 MF 30

Year: 2006

X Axis 350 mm
Z Axis 270 mm
Worktank width 520 mm
Y Axis 270 mm
Worktank length 770 mm
Type CNC


CHARMILLES ROBOFORM 55P Die sinking edm machine

Year: 2003

X Axis 1200 mm
Z Axis 432 mm
Worktank width 550 mm
Y Axis 775 mm
Worktank length 800 mm
Worktank height 370 mm

CHARMILLES HD30CNC Die sinking edm machine

Year: 2006

X Axis 300 mm
Z Axis 300 mm
Worktank width 470 mm
Y Axis 200 mm
Worktank length 730 mm
CNC Type


Exeron 316 XXL Die sinking edm machine

Year: 2013

X Axis 2000 mm
Z Axis 800 mm
Worktank width 1400 mm
Y Axis 1180 mm
Worktank length 2550 mm
Worktank height 750 mm

Completely cleaned, refurbished and 100% Charmilles Robofil 2030 SI-TW Die sinking edm machine

Year: 2001

X Axis 318 mm
Z Axis 117 mm
Max. workpiece length 1130 mm
Y Axis 218 mm
CNC Type
Max. workpiece width 510 mm

BARON MAX KE320 SE electric discharge machine

Year: 1996

X Axis 300 mm
Z Axis 200 mm
Worktank width 250 mm
Y Axis 250 mm
Worktank length 300 mm
Worktank height 200 mm

Used AGIE AGIETRON 250 C Die sinking edm machine

Year: 1993

X Axis 700 mm
Z Axis 500 mm
Worktank width 740 mm
Y Axis 550 mm
Worktank length 1070 mm
Worktank height 420 mm

cleaned and completely refurbished Charmilles Roboform 31 - LTC Die sinking edm machine

Year: 1996

X Axis 350 mm
Z Axis 300 mm
Table length 500 mm
Y Axis 250 mm
CNC Type
Table width 400 mm


Looking to enhance your operations with top-tier machining technology? Discover die sinking EDM (Electrical Discharge Machining) machines on Kitmondo. Designed for both large-scale manufacturers and smaller enterprises, these machines offer unmatched precision, quality, and efficiency.

Die sinking EDM machines, also known as cavity or volume EDM, excel at creating intricate 3D shapes. They operate by discharging thousands of sparks between an electrode and the workpiece, eroding material with high precision.

When investing in a die sinking EDM machine, consider these key technical parameters:

  1. Machine Capacity: Ensure the machine can accommodate the dimensions of your workpieces.
  2. Power: Higher power ratings enable faster production.
  3. Electrode Size and Type: Compatibility with required electrodes affects accuracy and detail.
  4. CNC Controls: Look for sophisticated yet user-friendly control systems for efficient operation.
  5. Axis Travel: Larger axis travel allows for bigger components or multiple smaller ones.
  6. Servicing and Maintenance: Check the availability of servicing and spare parts.
  7. Machine Age and Condition: Assess the machine's age and condition for performance and durability.

Main Manufacturers

  • GF Machining Solutions: Known for high-quality, precise machines like the FORM P 350.
  • Mitsubishi: Renowned for advanced controls and high precision in the EA series.
  • Sodick: The AG series offers user-friendly interfaces and excellent performance.
  • ONA: The AV series is valued for efficiency and durability.
  • Makino: The EDAF series is known for precision and intuitive controls.
  • Exeron: The HSC series is noted for robust construction and precision.

Die Sinking vs. Wire EDM

Die Sinking EDM:

  • Uses a shaped electrode to erode material.
  • Ideal for creating complex cavities in hardened steel molds and dies.
  • Commonly used in mold-making and for prototypes.

Wire EDM:

  • Uses a thin wire to cut through the workpiece.
  • Suitable for intricate contours and cavities in pre-hardened steel.
  • Excellent for punches, tools, and intricate patterns.

Cost and Budget

The cost of a new die sinking EDM machine ranges from around €50,000 to over €200,000, depending on size, capabilities, and features. Additional costs include installation, training, maintenance, and peripheral equipment. Used machines typically range from €9,000 to €32,000. Use Kitmondo’s pricing algorithm, Valorexo, to value specific models.