The purpose of this paper is to study the effect of current on performance of EDM process of Allegheny Ludlum D2 Tool Steel (UNS T30402). The effect of varying the machining parameters on the machining responses such as material removal rate (MRR), electrode wear rate (EWR), and surface roughness (Ra) have been investigated. In this study, circular shape of copper was used as an electrode with surface area of 100mm². The experiments were repeated for three different values of pulse duration (100µs, 200µs and 400µs) with combination of three different values of discharge current (12A, 16A and 24A). It was found that the pulse duration and current give significant effect on MRR, EWR and Ra. An increase in the pulse durations causes an increase in the MRR and Ra, but a decrease in the EWR. Meanwhile, the effect of currents on EDM performance shows that the increasing currents led to an increase in the MRR, EWR and Ra.