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This paper describs about the technique of ultra-precision machining for an infrared(IR) camera aspheric mirror. A 200 ㎜ diameter aspheric mirror was fabricated by SPDTM(Single Point Diamond Turning Machine). Aluminum alloy as mirror substrates is known to be easily machined, but not polishable due to its ductility. Aspheric large reflector without a polishing process, the surface roughness of 5 ㎚ Ra, and the form error of λ/2 (λ=632.8 nm) for reference curved surface 200 ㎜ has been required. The purpose of this research is to find the optimum machining conditions for cutting reflector using Al6061-T651 and apply the SPDTM technique to the manufacturing of ultra precision optical components of Al-alloy aspheric reflector.The cutting force and the surface roughness are measured according to each cutting conditions feed rate, depth of cut and cutting speed, using diamond turning machine to perform cutting processing. As a result, the surface roughness is good when feed rate is 1mm/min, depth of cut 4 ㎛ and cutting speed is 220 m/min. We could machined the primary mirror for IR camera in diamond machine with a surface roughness within 0.483 ㎛ Rt on aspheric.