A common phenomenon that many machinists experience at the spindle is chip thinning. This occurs when step-over is less than 50% of the diameter, which causes the chips to be formed less than what the tool is programmed to remove. Tooling is specially engineered for certain chip thickness, so it is essential to ensure it is correct, to avoid premature tool failure. Join In The Loupe TV’s “Cutting Tool Counselor,” Don Grandt, as he provides tips and tricks on how to simplify the process of combating chip thinning, so you can get the most out of your CNC tooling.
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