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|Type:||CCMT1204 Tungsten Carbide Turning Inserts||Material:||Tungsten Carbide|
|Surface:||CVD Coating||Grade:||YC330 YC331|
|Usage:||Semi-finishing And Finishing For Steel Machining||Item:||Internal Turning Inserts|
carbide metal cutting tools,
cemented carbide cutting tool
CCMT1204 Black Tungsten Carbide Cutting Tools CVD Coating Turning Inserts
Carbide inserts are replaceable and usually indexable bits of cemented carbide used in machining steels, cast iron, high temperature alloys, and nonferrous materials. Carbide inserts allow faster machining and leave better finishes on metal parts. Carbide inserts can withstand higher temperatures than high speed steel tools.
|CCMT1204 For steel machining||HM||HR|
Different chipbreakers of CCMT For steel machining:
The combination of high wear resistance substrate with(MT-TiCN + thick AK2O3 + TiN) coating is suitable for finishing machining of steel at high speed.
The high toughness substrate with TiALSIN coating ofultrafine grain size, is univeral and suitable for the processing of stainless steel and high temperature alloy.
Features of our carbide inserts
1. 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.
2. 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.
3. 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.
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.
Turning generates cylindrical and rounded forms with a single point tool. The turning definition is that the tool is stationary with the workpiece rotating.
A turning operation is the most common process for metal cutting and is a highly optimized process, requiring thorough consideration of the various factors in the turning application.
Turning can be broken down into a number of basic applications (longitudinal turning, facing and profiling), requiring specific type of tools, cutting data and programming for the operation to be performed in the most efficient way.
Technical support and after-sale service:
When you have any question about carbide inserts, please contact us, we would do our best to provide the technical service:
Contact Person: Ms. Alice Wan