@Wood_n_Peg I’m not sure what you mean by updating the Sienci bits. The bits come with all the specs needed to add them to a Vectric data base. For tapered bits, that includes the taper angle and the tip diameter. That tells Vectric all it needs to make accurate toolpaths. The software “knows” how much wider the cut will be as the bit cuts deeper.
Are you looking for something more, Tom?
Of equal importance to us is the actual diameter of the bit as opposed to the stated diameter. Bill Korn found some time ago that the .125 aluminum bits were really .118. I found similar differences with bits that I bought on amazon for corian.
Peter, on CNCNutz did a video showing how to measure the angle of V bits. He found that none of his were the actual 90 degrees and 60 degrees stated in the specs. I found the same with 3 of mine.