Chip formation is an important indicator of machining processes. Statistical characterization of machining chips’ geometric features can offer crucial information for evaluating the stability and productivity of the machining processes. In abrasive machining processes, an abundance of small chips are produced by the vast number of abrasives exposed to the cutting surfaces. Geometric features of abrasives, such as shape, dimension, and distribution, may be hierarchically passed on to the chips. Similar to those of the abrasives, geometric features of the chips may also vary to a certain extent and conform to some statistical distribution. To verify these characteristics, a metallographic preparation method in connection with chips formed in abrasive machining processes is proposed in this study. Challenges in collecting and segmenting chips have been successfully overcome through several steps using ultrasonic bath cleaning and powder cold embedding methods. Finally, a considerable amount of chips was formed and uniformly embedded in a resin mold, ready for microscopic characterization.