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Build an EDM: Electrical Discharge Machining - Removing Metal by Spark Erosion, by Robert Langlois, published by Village Press, Traverse City, Mich., 1997, 8½ x 11 paperbound. 56 pages, ISBN 0-941653-52-8.
Please note this book is new, not used.
Langlois provides complete, hand-penned drawings and directions to build your very own EDM! Presented in six parts:
1. Introduction and Box Construction
3. The Stepper Motor Logic and Driver Board
4. Installing the Stepper Motor Board and Stepper Motor
5. The Head and EDM Operation
Langlois ends with a brief recounting of his practical application of "Spark Eroding a Broken Stud" on his father's disabled snow blower in the middle of a Montreal winter!
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