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Non-Traditional Machining Chapter 28
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Non-Traditional Machining Chemical Electrochemical Mechanical Thermal
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Chemical Machining Multi-step process Prepare surface Mask Etch Remove Mask Finish
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Chemical Machining Applications Printed circuit boards Cutting of very thin parts Integrated circuits Thinning of parts for weight reduction
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Samples
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Electrochemical Machining Deplating Process Tool – Cathode; copper,  brass, stainless steel Workpiece – Anode Electrolyte: Highly  conductive solution of  inorganic salt. Flowrate:  50-200 ft/sec Current Density: 1500  to 2000 amps/in2 MRR: 0.1 in3/min/1000  Amps Voltage: 2-30 VDC
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Electrochemical Machining Applications Complex shapes in hard alloys Produces stress-free surface Polishing / Deburring (feed is halted) Electrochemical Drilling Very small holes produced using acid. 
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2008 for the course MET 153 taught by Professor Kohser during the Spring '08 term at Missouri S&T.

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