ACCURACY IMPROVEMENT THROUGH THE USE OF ELECTRONIC DISCHARGE MACHINING INSTEAD OF CONVENTIONAL MACHINING
Keywords:Accuracy, conventional, specification, tool wear, sophisticated
In this empirical study, at first conventional machining process been carried out for making a Blind-hole (very fine) in harder material such as 20mncr5 with the help of boring tool and there after measurement have taken. All the data have been plotted in the statistical quality control (SQC) chart. There after the same work has been carried out in Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) processes through “Cu” as an electrode & measurement has been taken as well as the data’s have been plotted in the SQC chart. A remarkable improvement has been observed in terms of accuracy of the work which has been shown in the graph. So, instead of using conventional machining process we shall use Non-conventional machining process for getting higher Metal Removing Rate (MRR), along with achieving higher accuracy in terms quality of the work.
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