Geometry has a profound effect on your cutter’s health and well-being, not to mention your surface finish and material removal rates.  Here is an Infographic that walks through 4 ways geometry can affect your machining along with what you can do about it in each case:

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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4 Ways Geometry Affects Machining and What to Do About It: Infographic
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