Machining Performance of Inconel 718 Using High Current Density Electrical Discharge Milling

@inproceedings{Wang2013MachiningPO,
  title={Machining Performance of Inconel 718 Using High Current Density Electrical Discharge Milling},
  author={Fei Wang and Yonghong Liu and Yang Shen and Renjie Ji and Zemin Tang and Yanzhen Zhang},
  year={2013}
}
This article proposes a high current density electrical discharge milling for machining Inconel 718. The proposed power supply comprises a pulse generator with high voltage and a DC power source with high current. The pip graphite electrode and the workpiece are connected to the negative and positive poles of the power supply, respectively. Benefiting from efficient flushing and high current density, the maximum material removal rate (MRR) achieved 15,062 mm3/min with a relative electrode wear… CONTINUE READING