This book discusses the many different advanced manufacturing methods that are used by various manufacturing businesses to increase their output in terms of contributing to the socioeconomic growth of the world. Machining processes, both traditional and non-conventional, as well as virtual manufacturing principles and procedures, may all be carried out using automation. It is discussed in detail how material may be removed by the use of mechanical, chemical, thermal, and electrochemical methods. In particular, a large number of topics reflect recent advancements, such as contemporary tool steel, computational machining, computational modelling of various process phenomena, processor control, monitoring of a cutting state, progressive as well as hybrid machine tool operations, and generation as well as modelling of surface integrity. This book discusses the current status of machining technology as well as their potential for future advancement. In it, a thorough exposition of metal working theory, experimental and simulation approaches, fundamental machining processes, and their efficient use in a broad variety of industrial applications are provided. Fundamental physical processes and techniques for evaluating them, supporting systems of machining operations for certain classes of materials, and surface integrity are some of the topics that will be discussed in this book. In addition to that, the book offers methods for the optimization of procedures as well as the evaluation of machinability. In addition to this, it discusses issues that are not presently covered in those other sources, including such high performance or multitasking (full) machining, both of which have a strong potential for enhancing productivity, as well as virtual and electronic machining.