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4/3/2009

Video: Faster Micro-Finishes for Micromachining

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 Smooth finish comes from balanced cutting parameters, as this video explains.

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Getting a smooth finish in micromachining does not necessarily require slowing down or taking a lighter cut. Smooth finish is actually a result of balanced cutting parameters, as this video explains.

 

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