Cutting tool attributes are grouped in 2 families:
The selected cutting material influences the tool life and has a direct impact on the tooling costs, and an indirect impact on the machining economy. However, the cutting geometry plays in a higher league.
The cutting geometry influences the tool life but also and before all changes the physics of the machining process. Cutting geometries play by the rules and at the same time change the rules. A winning combination for sure.
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