The surface roughness is a crucial factor in machining methods. The most effective factors on surface roughness are feed rate and tool nose radius. Due to the many advantages of wiper (multi-nose radius) inserts, their importance and use has been increasing recently. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the effect of wiper inserts on surface roughness and tool wear. In this study, conventional inserts and wiper inserts were experimentally compared separately in milling and turning operations. Compared to conventional inserts, the surface roughness values obtained using wiper inserts improved by 33% in turning operations and approximately 40% in milling operations. It was observed that the production time in the turning process was reduced by about 25% in the case of using wiper inserts compared to the use of conventional inserts. In milling, this ratio was determined to be approximately 43% due to the fact that it has multiple cutting edge. It has been observed that the use of wiper inserts in machining methods creates a significant time and cost saving advantage.