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In this study the effect of input parameters of the EDM process including pulse on- time , pulse current and voltage on the output characteristics (material removal rate , tool wear ratio and surface roughness) in the machining AISI D6 tool steel has been studied . This study shows that increasing the pulse on time , material removal rate and the surface roughness are increased and the tool wear ratio is reduced . Also, based on obtained results by increasing pulse current, material removal rate, tool wear ratio and surface roughness are increased.
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