Zeroing out Swiss – Swiss-style machining is often done with a near-zero radius.

When turning 2mm-dia. and smaller parts on a Swiss-style machine, it only makes sense that the radius on the tool should be equally tiny. After all, you can’t cut a 0.5mm bone screw with a TNMG-431 insert—the tool’s nose radius is nearly as big as the part. In addition, said Jim Gosselin, owner of Genevieve[…]