Electrochemical machining (ECM) is a method for machining electrically conductive materials by changing the shape, size and/or surface roughness of the workpiece following the anodic dissolution of its material in electrolyte under the influence of an electric current.
No physical tool wear
No defect layers on the machined workpiece surface
Independence of output technological indicators from the strength of processed materials
For dimensional forming (copy-piercing operations) of parts made of conductive materials
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For deburring and rounding off sharp edges of structural, heat resistant, hardened, magnetic steels and alloys, aluminium and titanium alloys