Cut tooling costs by paying attention to finite details

This week we go behind the scenes and witness an actual troubleshooting conversation. Having multiple machines with the exact same tools in an identical machining application doesn’t necessarily mean your tool life will be the same. A slight difference in any part of the operation can affect the overall life of your tools. Keeping track of the finite details is critical practice that will not only improve your performance, but cut tooling costs. This week Tom Greene discusses this real life situation and the importance of keeping track of the finite details.

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