Electron Discharge Machining (EDM) is a process where an electric current is used (sometimes in conjunction with a dielectric) to very precisely carry electrons of material away from the workpiece in the form of sparks.
|Process||Burrs||Stress||Metal Variety & Hardness||Tolerance to Metal Thickness|
|Wire EDM||Microburring||Possible Thermal Deformation and Structural Changes||Only Conductive Metals, Possible Issues with Hardness||± 10%|
|Photochemical Etching||No Burrs||No Stress or Structural Changes||Large Variety, No Problems with Hardness||± 10%|
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