How to break stringy chips when turning or drilling

 

How to break stringy chips when turning or drilling

Nearly every machinist has dealt with stringy chips when turning or drilling.  It actually might be one of the most common problems in nearly every machine shop.  You don’t necessarily have to buy expensive chip breaking tools or scrap your current tooling.  Tom discusses simple adjustments you can make to turn those pesky stringy chips into sixes and nines. Watching this short video could save your machining application.
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