3 weeks by cncdivi

The well-being and performance of your cutter significantly hinges on its geometry. Its geometry influences not only the quality of your surface finish but also the pace of material removal. Take a look at this infographic that explains how the geometry of your cutter impacts your machining feeds and speeds and offers actionable guidance for each scenario in four different ways:

Rubbing, Chip Thinning, Tool Engagement, and HSM all have geometry consequences.

Rubbing, Chip Thinning, Tool Engagement, and HSM all have geometry consequences.

 

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