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|Type:||External Turning Tools||Material:||Tungsten Carbide|
|Application:||Finishing Semi-finishing Roughing For Cast Iron Machining||Vc:||160-350m/min|
|Item:||Cast Iron Machining Inserts|
Cast Iron Machining Tungsten Carbide Inserts Lathe Cutting Tools High Wear Resistant
Why choose tungsten carbide inserts?
Cemented carbide is a hard material used extensively as cutting tool material, as well as other industrial applications. It consists of fine particles of carbide cemented into a composite by a binder metal. Cemented carbides commonly use tungsten carbide (WC),and cobalt(Co). Mentions of "carbide" or "tungsten carbide" in industrial contexts usually refer to these cemented composites.
Most of the time, carbide cutters will leave a better surface finish on the part, and allow faster machining than high-speed steel or other tool steels. Carbide tools can withstand higher temperatures at the cutter-workpiece interface than standard high-speed steel tools (which is a principal reason for the faster machining). Carbide is usually superior for the cutting of tough materials such as carbon steel, stainless steel and cast iron, as well as in situations where other cutting tools would wear away faster, such as high-quantity production runs.
|CNMG For cast iron machining||Without chipbreaker||All round||GM||GR|
|YC531||High wear resistance substrate with (MT-TiCN + thick AL2O3) coating is the first choice for machining of nodular cast iron and gray cast iron.||
Features of our carbide inserts?
1. Effective chip control & perfect turning surface
Provides perfect turning surface of the workpiece. Excellent and reasonable Chipbreaker design, removing the chips smoothly and taking away the heat of the rubs of the workpiece.
2. Higher production, long tool life
Long tool life means you need less time changing the inserts while machining. A reliable and safe performance every time.
3. Less tool breakage, cost down of each component
Saving costs and reducing the cost of each component to increase the profits. The high wear resistance makes the long service life of the carbide inserts, which means you could saving more budget on purchasing the inserts.
4. CVD coating ensures the high wear resistance
The layer of the CVD coating with the thickness around 8um-20um which guaranteed the high wear resistance.
Customer’s case: Cause and Solution when an insert is failed on performance
The surface looks and feels “hairy” and does not meet the tolerance requirements.
-The chips are breaking against the component and marking the finished surface
-Hairy surface is caused by excessive notch wear on the cutting edge
-Feed is too high, in combination with a nose radius that is too small, a rough surface is generated
-Select a geometry which guides the chips away from the component
-Change entering angle
-Reduce depth of cut
-Select a positive tool system with a neutral angle of inclination
-Select a grade with better resistance to oxidation wear, for example a cermet grade.
-Reduce the cutting speed
-Select a wiper insert or a larger nose radius
-Too high cutting speed and/or feed
-Chip breaker too narrow
-Chemical dissolution or abrasive wear
-Wear resistance too low
-Reduce cutting speed or feed
-Select a more wear resistant grade
-Select a more open/positive geometry
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