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An electro-erosion processing (EEP) is one of the efficient and economically advantageous methods of material machining in mechanical engineering. The EEP has a number of considerable advantages widening a field of practical use of this machining method at manufacturing different products of mechanical engineering. Currently used technologies of product electro-erosion processing ensure essential operational characteristics for limited working conditions only. The solution of this matter is possible on the basis for product manufacturing by electro-erosion methods of functionally-directed technology application. With the aid of this methodology still at the stage of engineering procedure design it is possible to ensure the specified operational characteristics depending on electro-erosion processing modes.

Keywords:
functionally-directed engineering procedure, electro-erosion processing, operational characteristics, surface layer quality.
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