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In this study the relationship between laser beam machining parameters and machined surface quality, applying nanosecond pulsed ytterbium fibre laser (wavelenght 1064 nm, maximal average output power 100 W) and aluminium bronze (AMPCO 25 ® ) as working material, is experimentally studied. The laser micromilling was performed via the cross hatching milling strategy. The influence of the laser pulse intensity, scanning speed and laser track distance on the machined surface morphology formationdoi:10.12913/22998624/93613 fatcat:duh47a3lmfbmbdu4lykdrgydbe