The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Machining Processs

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The modern machining processes are now replacing the conventional machining processes rapidly for many applications due to their significant advantages which are proving beneficial to a greater extent to the present industrial scenario. The requirements of industrial products have started increasing and new materials are getting introduced which are very hard in nature and difficult to cut by conventional machining processes. Successful machining of such materials by the modern machining processes have added significant lifeline to the industrial growth and given new dimensions to the quality of components. The various modern machining processes getting widely used in the industries are: electric discharge machining (EDM), abrasive jet machining (AJM), ultrasonic machining (USM), electrochemical machining (ECM) and laser beam machining (LBM) including various modified versions of these processes. These processes work on a particular principle by making use of certain properties of materials which makes them most suitable for some applications and at the same time put some limitations on their use. These processes involve large number of respective process variables (also called as process parameters) and selection of exact parameters setting is very crucial for these highly advanced machining processes which may affect the performance of any process considerably. Due to involvement of large number of process parameters, random selection of these process parameters within

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