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This experiment aims to optimize the WEDM (Wirecut Electric Discharge Machining) cutting process parameters while machining Titanium Ti/6063AL content. The hardness and strength of Ti/6063AL alloy make achieving a better surface finish and MRR a difficult task. The SR and MRR of Ti/6063AL were investigated, and a tremendous machined surface may be achieved by optimizing the machining limitations through different studies of the component while machining in WEDM. Using Taguchi's DOE method, machining parameters like Wire Feed Rate (WFR), Gap Voltage (GV), Pulse ON time (TON), and Pulse OFF time (TOFF) are used as input parameters to achieve an optimum result like SR and MRR. In this study, 9 experiments were carried out with 4 input parameters and three levels for each, and the MRR investigational results were analyzed using the Taguchi process. The optimum levels of a particular Input Process Parameter were effectively determined using MRR's Signal to Noise Ratio values.
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