Due to their excellent physical and mechanical properties, third-generation super-hard semiconductor materials (such as SiC, GaN) are widely used in the field of microelectronics. However, due to its ultra-high hardness, the machining is very difficult, which has become the bottleneck of its development. The electro-spark deposition (ESD) process can deposit electrode materials on the substrate under the condition of low heat input to achieve metallurgical bonding between metal materials. And it can improve the wear resistance, corrosion resistance, and repair the size of the workpiece. It has been widely used in the field of surface modification engineering. It can effectively improve the bonding strength of the abrasive grains, and the sawing ability of the wire saw to make the consolidated diamond wire saw by the ESD process. Due to its thin matrix and poor thermal properties, the saw wire is easy to burning or even breaking in the manufacturing process. At present, the selection of pulse interval time in the ESD process is generally determined by the duty factor. However, the pulse interval time selected according to duty factor is difficult to meet the heat dissipation requirements of electro-spark deposition diamond wire saw (ESDDWS). In this paper, two kinds of motion modes of ESDDWS manufacturing are put forward, according to the manufacturing characteristics of ESDDWS. The boundary conditions of the continuous pulse discharge of ESDDWS are established. The thermal simulations of continuous pulse discharge of ESDDWS under two motion modes are analyzed. According to the simulation results, the basis of the value of pulse interval in the ESDDWS process is put forward. The effect of pulse interval time on the mechanical performance of the wire saw is analyzed experimentally. The results show that the discharge interval time selected base on the simulation results can ensure the continuous production of the ESDDWS.