Chipping on your Cutting Tool Edge? Here is how to fix it.

You are 80 parts into your job and everything is running great and then all of a sudden your size starts to vary, chips are starting ball up, and your parts become a total disaster. Another common problem during cutting tool applications is chipping on your cutting edge. This week Dr. Tom Greene discusses ways to quickly fix this phenomenon and get your job running efficiently and profitability.

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