Should you machine composites wet or dry? This is a common question when it comes to post-machining composites.
Machining composites is more of a grinding process then cutting. As such, liquid is often used to lower heat during this process. However, this is not always the case. Design World has a neat behind the scenes look at how Hitco Carbon Composites machines massive carbon fiber components for Boeing's Dreamliner.
Do you think they machine wet or dry?