APPLICATION ADVICE This section contains a wide range of indexable inserts selected for fine boring or rough boring tools which have been tested under the most diverse working conditions. For individual tool combinations comprehensive cutting data tables with detailed information about selection of insert, cutting speed, feed, stock allowance, ect. for different cutting methods are available on request.
ISO Main Groups
Work Piece Materials
ISO Application Groups
Carbon Steels Cast Steel Stainless Steels
Aluminium Non-Ferrous Metals Synthetic Materials
Titanium NiCo Alloys High Temperature Alloys
Increasing Fracture Strength / Toughness
Increasing Abrasion & Thermal Resistance
UNCOATED CARBIDE Uncoated tungsten carbide with the addition of titanium carbide, tantalum carbide and cobalt as binding agents. Depending on the ISO group, these are suitable for rough boring and finishing of ferrous and non-ferrous materials. COATED CARBIDE C Multiple coatings improve resistance to wear, has a low friction coefficient and reduces built-up edge formation. CERMET CT Cermet cutting materials consist of titanium carbide and titanium nitride. They have high thermal and abrasion resistance and are suitable for finish boring and light rough-boring of steel & cast iron at high cutting speeds. POLYCRYSTALLINE CUBIC BORON NITRIDE CBN CBN cutting materials feature an extremely high wear and heat resistance. CBN inserts are suitable for boring hardened steel, up to 70 HRC, hard cast steel, cast iron and hard nickel alloys. POLYCRYSTALLINE DIAMOND PCD PCD cutting edges are extremely hard and abrasion-resistant. They permit high speed finish boring of non-ferrous materials and composites.
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