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Thin-wall parts are common in the aeronautical sector. However, their machining presents serious challenges such as vibrations and part deflections. To deal with these challenges, different approaches have been followed in recent years. This work presents the state of the art of thin-wall light-alloy machining, analyzing the problems related to each type of thin-wall parts, exposing the causes of both instability and deformation through analytical models, summarizing the computationaldoi:10.3390/ma12122012 pmid:31234596 pmcid:PMC6630719 fatcat:jd4utuco7fdvrpzduqsaqtxbpu