Advanced Tool featured in nationally recognized Manufacturing Engineering magazine December 2021
Cutting small holes or features sometimes only visible through a microscope requires special expertise from those supplying the cutting tools.
ED SINKORA, Contributing Editor
It’s tough to make a cutting tool only a millimeter, or smaller, in diameter. It’s also a challenge to use such a tool. But when both sides of the equation do it right, the results are amazing: tiny features that can’t be fully appreciated without a microscope. And the applications are growing. To continue reading click here
“The fastest and easiest way to save money and increase performance is by altering and optimizing the geometry, substrate and coating based on how the cutting tool is wearing during use. One small change to the geometry can have a major impact on performance.” – Sherry DePerno