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Table 6

Surface roughness as a function of conventional and non-conventional machining techniques.

Machining Techniques Category Alloys Surface roughness (μm) Ref.
Fiber laser micro machining Conventional Ti-6Al-4V 4.22 [45]
Laser-assisted machining Conventional Ti5553 1.83 [52]
Turning machining (Wet) Conventional Ti-6Al-4V 1.83 [10]
Machining /MQCL Conventional Ti-6Al-4V 0.80 [68]
Ultra‑precision machining Conventional Ti-6Al-4V 0.014 (14 nm) [43]
Ultra-precision machining Conventional Ti-6Al-4V 0.017 (17 nm) [51]
Wire electric discharge machining Non-conventional CP-Ti; Grade 2 2.48 [122]
Electrical discharge machining Non-conventional Ti-6Al-4V 3.00 [161]
Electrical discharge machining Non-conventional CP-Ti; Grate 2 2.96 [162]
Laser beam machining Non-conventional Ti-6Al-4V 2.37 [109]
Jet electrochemical machining Non-conventional TB6 0.78 [118]
Jet electrochemical machining Non-conventional TB6 0.23 [112]
Jet electrochemical machining Non-conventional Ti1023 0.27 [118]
Electrochemical machining Non-conventional TB6 0.75 [111]
Electrochemical machining (ECM) Non-conventional Pure titanium 2.40 [115]
Magnetic abrasive finishing Non-conventional Ti-6Al-4V 0.010 (10 nm) [155]
Magnetic abrasive finishing Non-conventional Ti-6Al-4V 0.054 (54 nm) [158]

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