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  • Cutting tool materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Polycrystalline cubic boron nitride, CBN, is a cutting tool material with excellent hot hardness that can be used at very high cutting speeds. It also exhibits good toughness and thermal shock resistance. Modern CBN grades are ceramic composites with a CBN content of 40-65%.

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  • Influence of sintering condition on the tool wear of NbC ...

    2020-1-6u2002·u2002This research had the objective of investigating the viability of using niobium carbide–Nickel binder-cemented carbides as an alternative material for cutting tools. The high hardness and high wear resistance associated with niobium carbide (NbC) fulfills one of the main requirements for cutting tool material. In order to achieve this objective, insert tools with square shapes were ...

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  • CUTTING TOOL TECHNOLOGY - Michigan State University

    2010-2-12u2002·u2002= cutting speed; T = tool life; and . n. and . C. depend on feed, depth of cut, work material and, tooling material • n. is the slope of the plot • C. is the intercept on the speed axis. n = vT C. n m p = vT f d C. Tool material. n. C (m/min) C (ft/min) High speed steel: Non-steel work 0.125 120 350. Steel work 0.125 70 200. Cemented ...

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  • Carbide, Diamonds, Ceramics, Oxide Cermaics, Silicon ...

    Aluminum oxide is also combined with titanium carbide to form a composite, which is called a cermet. These materials have a very high hot hardness enabling very high cutting speeds to be used. For example, ceramic cutting tools have been used to cut AISI 1040 steel at a cutting speed of 18,000 fpm with a satisfactory tool life.

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  • Tungsten Carbide Coating Properties, Structure ...

    While tungsten carbide is a hard, brittle ceramic it is typically combined with Nickel, Cobalt and/or Chrome when used as a coating. This Cermet composite coating combines the ductility of the metallic material with the high hardness of the ceramic tungsten carbide which results in the excellent properties associated with this coating.

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  • What is Carbide?

    These cutting tools share a common property which is that they all change shapes of things by cutting and producing chips. As you know by now, cutting tools are tools that cut things to acquire a desired shape. Cutting tools in our daily life cut fruits, vegetables, and wood, but the cutting tools produced by Mitsubishi Materials cut harder ...

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  • Tantalum Carbide - an overview

    Approximately 70% of metal cutting tools, for example, are made from WC, with 20% of high-speed steels, and 10% of titanium carbide-based cermets and other advanced ceramic materials. Using tonnage of production as a metric, approximately 40,000 MT of WC powder was produced globally in 2011, and that quantity is increasing at about 3% annually.

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  • Different Cutting Tool Materials - mech4study

    2017-5-21u2002·u2002High speed steel is very common tool material which is an alloy of steel tungsten, Chromium and Vanadium. It contains 18% Tungsten, 4% Chromium and 1% Vanadium. This material is deep hardening and can be quenched in oil, air or salt. It has highest toughness. Its cutting speed is about 30 – 50 mmm. It can work up to 650 degree centigrade.

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  • Engineered coatings for carbide tipped tools - HANNIBAL ...

    The high hardness, lower friction coefficient, and reduced surface roughness of coatings allow the chip to flow off the surface of the tool. This reduces built up edge and wear so tool life is increased. Chemical resistance - Heat, pressure, coolant, and workpiece material all add to the chemically reactive forces present at the cutting edge.

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  • 4 Best Methods of How to Cut tungsten carbide rod

    2019-5-22u2002·u2002There are helpful ideas about how to cut tungsten carbide rod. As we all known, Tungsten carbide is usually referred to as a sort of a Hard material due to its extremely high hardness in relation to other materials. Typically a Tungsten Carbide can have a hardness value of 1600 HV, whereas mild steel would be only in the region of 160 HV. You wanna try to score or cut off tungsten carbide rods ...

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  • Cutting tool materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Polycrystalline cubic boron nitride, CBN, is a cutting tool material with excellent hot hardness that can be used at very high cutting speeds. It also exhibits good toughness and thermal shock resistance. Modern CBN grades are ceramic composites with a CBN content of 40-65%.

    Get Price
  • Influence of sintering condition on the tool wear of NbC ...

    2020-1-6u2002·u2002This research had the objective of investigating the viability of using niobium carbide–Nickel binder-cemented carbides as an alternative material for cutting tools. The high hardness and high wear resistance associated with niobium carbide (NbC) fulfills one of the main requirements for cutting tool material. In order to achieve this objective, insert tools with square shapes were ...

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  • CUTTING TOOL TECHNOLOGY - Michigan State University

    2010-2-12u2002·u2002= cutting speed; T = tool life; and . n. and . C. depend on feed, depth of cut, work material and, tooling material • n. is the slope of the plot • C. is the intercept on the speed axis. n = vT C. n m p = vT f d C. Tool material. n. C (m/min) C (ft/min) High speed steel: Non-steel work 0.125 120 350. Steel work 0.125 70 200. Cemented ...

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  • Carbide, Diamonds, Ceramics, Oxide Cermaics, Silicon ...

    Aluminum oxide is also combined with titanium carbide to form a composite, which is called a cermet. These materials have a very high hot hardness enabling very high cutting speeds to be used. For example, ceramic cutting tools have been used to cut AISI 1040 steel at a cutting speed of 18,000 fpm with a satisfactory tool life.

    Get Price
  • Tungsten Carbide Coating Properties, Structure ...

    While tungsten carbide is a hard, brittle ceramic it is typically combined with Nickel, Cobalt and/or Chrome when used as a coating. This Cermet composite coating combines the ductility of the metallic material with the high hardness of the ceramic tungsten carbide which results in the excellent properties associated with this coating.

    Get Price
  • What is Carbide?

    These cutting tools share a common property which is that they all change shapes of things by cutting and producing chips. As you know by now, cutting tools are tools that cut things to acquire a desired shape. Cutting tools in our daily life cut fruits, vegetables, and wood, but the cutting tools produced by Mitsubishi Materials cut harder ...

    Get Price
  • Tantalum Carbide - an overview

    Approximately 70% of metal cutting tools, for example, are made from WC, with 20% of high-speed steels, and 10% of titanium carbide-based cermets and other advanced ceramic materials. Using tonnage of production as a metric, approximately 40,000 MT of WC powder was produced globally in 2011, and that quantity is increasing at about 3% annually.

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  • Different Cutting Tool Materials - mech4study

    2017-5-21u2002·u2002High speed steel is very common tool material which is an alloy of steel tungsten, Chromium and Vanadium. It contains 18% Tungsten, 4% Chromium and 1% Vanadium. This material is deep hardening and can be quenched in oil, air or salt. It has highest toughness. Its cutting speed is about 30 – 50 mmm. It can work up to 650 degree centigrade.

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  • Engineered coatings for carbide tipped tools - HANNIBAL ...

    The high hardness, lower friction coefficient, and reduced surface roughness of coatings allow the chip to flow off the surface of the tool. This reduces built up edge and wear so tool life is increased. Chemical resistance - Heat, pressure, coolant, and workpiece material all add to the chemically reactive forces present at the cutting edge.

    Get Price
  • 4 Best Methods of How to Cut tungsten carbide rod

    2019-5-22u2002·u2002There are helpful ideas about how to cut tungsten carbide rod. As we all known, Tungsten carbide is usually referred to as a sort of a Hard material due to its extremely high hardness in relation to other materials. Typically a Tungsten Carbide can have a hardness value of 1600 HV, whereas mild steel would be only in the region of 160 HV. You wanna try to score or cut off tungsten carbide rods ...

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  • Cutting tool materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Polycrystalline cubic boron nitride, CBN, is a cutting tool material with excellent hot hardness that can be used at very high cutting speeds. It also exhibits good toughness and thermal shock resistance. Modern CBN grades are ceramic composites with a CBN content of 40-65%.

    Get Price
  • Influence of sintering condition on the tool wear of NbC ...

    2020-1-6u2002·u2002This research had the objective of investigating the viability of using niobium carbide–Nickel binder-cemented carbides as an alternative material for cutting tools. The high hardness and high wear resistance associated with niobium carbide (NbC) fulfills one of the main requirements for cutting tool material. In order to achieve this objective, insert tools with square shapes were ...

    Get Price
  • CUTTING TOOL TECHNOLOGY - Michigan State University

    2010-2-12u2002·u2002= cutting speed; T = tool life; and . n. and . C. depend on feed, depth of cut, work material and, tooling material • n. is the slope of the plot • C. is the intercept on the speed axis. n = vT C. n m p = vT f d C. Tool material. n. C (m/min) C (ft/min) High speed steel: Non-steel work 0.125 120 350. Steel work 0.125 70 200. Cemented ...

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  • Carbide, Diamonds, Ceramics, Oxide Cermaics, Silicon ...

    Aluminum oxide is also combined with titanium carbide to form a composite, which is called a cermet. These materials have a very high hot hardness enabling very high cutting speeds to be used. For example, ceramic cutting tools have been used to cut AISI 1040 steel at a cutting speed of 18,000 fpm with a satisfactory tool life.

    Get Price
  • Tungsten Carbide Coating Properties, Structure ...

    While tungsten carbide is a hard, brittle ceramic it is typically combined with Nickel, Cobalt and/or Chrome when used as a coating. This Cermet composite coating combines the ductility of the metallic material with the high hardness of the ceramic tungsten carbide which results in the excellent properties associated with this coating.

    Get Price
  • What is Carbide?

    These cutting tools share a common property which is that they all change shapes of things by cutting and producing chips. As you know by now, cutting tools are tools that cut things to acquire a desired shape. Cutting tools in our daily life cut fruits, vegetables, and wood, but the cutting tools produced by Mitsubishi Materials cut harder ...

    Get Price
  • Tantalum Carbide - an overview

    Approximately 70% of metal cutting tools, for example, are made from WC, with 20% of high-speed steels, and 10% of titanium carbide-based cermets and other advanced ceramic materials. Using tonnage of production as a metric, approximately 40,000 MT of WC powder was produced globally in 2011, and that quantity is increasing at about 3% annually.

    Get Price
  • Different Cutting Tool Materials - mech4study

    2017-5-21u2002·u2002High speed steel is very common tool material which is an alloy of steel tungsten, Chromium and Vanadium. It contains 18% Tungsten, 4% Chromium and 1% Vanadium. This material is deep hardening and can be quenched in oil, air or salt. It has highest toughness. Its cutting speed is about 30 – 50 mmm. It can work up to 650 degree centigrade.

    Get Price
  • Engineered coatings for carbide tipped tools - HANNIBAL ...

    The high hardness, lower friction coefficient, and reduced surface roughness of coatings allow the chip to flow off the surface of the tool. This reduces built up edge and wear so tool life is increased. Chemical resistance - Heat, pressure, coolant, and workpiece material all add to the chemically reactive forces present at the cutting edge.

    Get Price
  • 4 Best Methods of How to Cut tungsten carbide rod

    2019-5-22u2002·u2002There are helpful ideas about how to cut tungsten carbide rod. As we all known, Tungsten carbide is usually referred to as a sort of a Hard material due to its extremely high hardness in relation to other materials. Typically a Tungsten Carbide can have a hardness value of 1600 HV, whereas mild steel would be only in the region of 160 HV. You wanna try to score or cut off tungsten carbide rods ...

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  • MICRO 100 T-105 1/8' Wide Cut-Off Tool Bit

    These parallel-ground tools are great to offer straighter cuts, and the tools live longer. The zinc coating of the hardened steel shank prevents rusting, and the carbide tip retains the hardness of the cutting edge. Applications. MICRO 100 high-quality cut-off blades are ideal for cutting…

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  • Carbides and Carbide Materials (hardmetals) Selection ...

    2020-8-18u2002·u2002High purity silicon carbide powder is used in the production of semiconductors. Tungsten carbide (WC) materials are compounds of a tungsten metal and carbon. Metal carbides are also known as hard metals. Metal carbides have high hardness and high hot hardness, which makes them useful for cutting tools, forming dies, and other wear applications.

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  • Titanium coatings TiN, TiCN, TiAlN, AlTiN - Hannibal Carbide

    Aluminum Titanium Nitride, black in color, is a harder, smoother variation of TiAlN. Created for abrasive and high temperature applications (> 800ºC). AlTiN creates an aluminum oxide layer during the cutting process. It is increasing in popularity for drilling, counterboring and milling. Hardness (Vickers):

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  • Different Types of Cutting Tools Materials and Their ...

    2021-10-17u2002·u2002Cemented carbide tools are extremely hard; they can withstand very high-speed cutting operation. Carbide tool does not lose their hardness up to 1000° C. A high cobalt tool is used for a rough cut while low cobalt tool used for finishing operations. Cutting speed range - 60-200m/min Temperature - 1000°C Hardness – up to HRC 90 Ceramics

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  • Cemented carbide mechanical properties-szhmj8888.com

    2019-12-28u2002·u2002The hardness of cemented carbide is very high, it can be 30%-50% higher than high speed steel, about 3500-5600MPa, and the hot isostatic product can reach 6000MPa. The compressive strength of cemented carbide is related to cobalt content, cobalt content The compressive strength is …

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  • Finishing solutions for wafer cutting tools in the ...

    2020-11-24u2002·u2002The production of wafer cutting tools is first roughed by carbide tools, then semi-finished by PCD blades, and finally finished by MKD turning tools to achieve extremely high dimensional accuracy and surface finish. The More super hard turning tool finishes the surface and inner hole of the wafer cutting tool, and the cutting performance is ...

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  • COATINGS & SUBSTRATES CHART

    2017-1-1u2002·u2002• High hardness, lubricity and abrasion resistance. • Improves performance over uncoated carbide in a wide variety of non-ferrous materials. • Less expensive alternative to diamond. • Primary benefit over other non-ferrous coatings is extremely low affinity to aluminum. • Prevents build-up on cutting edge, chip packing and extends ...

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  • Extension Tool Holder High Quality Tools Made in USA

    Zinc Hard Wood. Different cuts of carbide burrs will be best suited for certain materials. Uses for Carbide Burrs. Use carbide burrs in air tools such as die grinders, pneumatic rotary tools and high speed engravers. Micro Motors, Pendant Drills, Flexible Shafts, and hobby rotary tools such as a Dremel.

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  • Recycling on the Rise

    2010-10-1u2002·u2002Before making a case for recycling cutting tools, let's examine the relevant materials. Because of its combination of hardness and toughness, cemented carbide is used to produce 75 percent of inserts and other cutting tools for the global market. First developed in the 1920s, cemented carbide is made up of tungsten carbide and cobalt.

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  • Selection of Sumitomo Grades (Turning) Selection Guide

    2019-4-10u2002·u2002High hardness and heat resistance for cutting high hardness steel and hard cast iron. Long tool life with high-speed finishing of grey cast iron. In 1977, Sumitomo Electric successfully developed a revolutionary CBN sintered tool - SUMIBORON. The main component in SUMIBORON is Cubic Boron Nitride with a special ceramic binder sintered under ...

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  • MICRO 100 T-100 1/16' Wide Cut-Off Tool Bit

    These parallel-ground tools are great to offer straighter cuts, and the tools live longer. The zinc coating of the hardened steel shank prevents rusting, and the carbide tip retains the hardness of the cutting edge. Applications. MICRO 100 high-quality cut-off blades are ideal for cutting…

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  • Deburring - Manufacturer of Cutting Tools

    Flexible Carbide Burrs:. Flexible Shaft Carbide burs is for Specialty cleaning of impeller, Pump housings, and all Castings, Excellent for the cleaning of burnt sand, welding, fins, and inner Pipe cleaning, and all other blending operations. Metric size flexible shank carbide burs are available upon customer's request; Available in 6', 8', 10', & 12' length and all shapes.

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  • Recycling on the Rise

    2010-10-1u2002·u2002Before making a case for recycling cutting tools, let's examine the relevant materials. Because of its combination of hardness and toughness, cemented carbide is used to produce 75 percent of inserts and other cutting tools for the global market. First developed in the 1920s, cemented carbide is made up of tungsten carbide and cobalt.

    Get Price
  • Different Types of Cutting Tools Materials and Their ...

    2021-10-17u2002·u2002Cemented carbide tools are extremely hard; they can withstand very high-speed cutting operation. Carbide tool does not lose their hardness up to 1000° C. A high cobalt tool is used for a rough cut while low cobalt tool used for finishing operations. Cutting speed range - 60-200m/min Temperature - 1000°C Hardness – up to HRC 90 Ceramics

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  • DROPPED CARBIDE SOLUTIONS For Extreme Wear

    2019-1-28u2002·u2002Crushed sintered tungsten carbide, bonded with cobalt for greater resistance to higher impact loadings, while still providing excellent abrasion resistance. C Ni Fe Co Ti W 5.5 0.3 1.7 8.3 0.1 Bal. 16-30 BULK BORIUM® Spun cast, crushed tungsten carbide, high density abrasion resistant particles for exceptional wear life in cutting applications.

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  • Extension Tool Holder High Quality Tools Made in USA

    Zinc Hard Wood. Different cuts of carbide burrs will be best suited for certain materials. Uses for Carbide Burrs. Use carbide burrs in air tools such as die grinders, pneumatic rotary tools and high speed engravers. Micro Motors, Pendant Drills, Flexible Shafts, and hobby rotary tools such as a Dremel.

    Get Price
  • PVD Coating for Cutting Tools - Superior Tool Service

    HARDMILL exhibits extremely high resistance against oxidation and abrasion with a combination of high thermal hardness. STS-HARDMILL is the result of a special structural composition deposited in our high-performance PVD coating system. STS-HARDMILL properties yield significant advantages for the high heat demands placed on your cutting tools ...

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  • Cutting Tool Materials 321 - Tooling U-SME

    Cutting Tool Materials provides an in-depth discussion of various cutting tool materials and their properties. Effective cutting tools combine a handful of valuable properties: hardness, toughness, and wear resistance. Cutting material selection is based primarily on the workpiece material, machine tool, and cutting operation, and involves an appropriate balance of properties.

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  • COATINGS & SUBSTRATES CHART

    2017-1-1u2002·u2002• High hardness, lubricity and abrasion resistance. • Improves performance over uncoated carbide in a wide variety of non-ferrous materials. • Less expensive alternative to diamond. • Primary benefit over other non-ferrous coatings is extremely low affinity to aluminum. • Prevents build-up on cutting edge, chip packing and extends ...

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  • Difference Between Carbide and High Speed Steel

    2018-6-14u2002·u2002High speed steel is a form of steel that is important in making cutting tools. The tools made of high speed steel does not last long unless otherwise it is coated with a suitable material such as titanium nitride. Summary – Carbide vs High Speed Steel. Cutting tools are very important in construction fields. We can produce these tools using ...

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  • MICRO 100 T-100 1/16' Wide Cut-Off Tool Bit

    These parallel-ground tools are great to offer straighter cuts, and the tools live longer. The zinc coating of the hardened steel shank prevents rusting, and the carbide tip retains the hardness of the cutting edge. Applications. MICRO 100 high-quality cut-off blades are ideal for cutting, grooving, and similar machining operations.

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  • DROPPED CARBIDE SOLUTIONS For Extreme Wear Applications

    2019-1-28u2002·u2002Crushed sintered tungsten carbide, bonded with cobalt for greater resistance to higher impact loadings, while still providing excellent abrasion resistance. C Ni Fe Co Ti W 5.5 0.3 1.7 8.3 0.1 Bal. 16-30 BULK BORIUM® Spun cast, crushed tungsten carbide, high density abrasion resistant particles for exceptional wear life in cutting applications.

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  • Coatings Surface Treatments - North American Tool

    High hardness; good wear resistance; very tough coating for difficult-to-machine steel alloys when tools encounter excessively stressed cutting edges, and highly abrasive and/or gummy materials such as cast iron, brass and aluminum alloys; use when high feed and speed rates are desired. Coating: CrN (Chromium Nitride) Appearance: Silver-Gray

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  • PVD Coating for Cutting Tools - Superior Tool Service

    HARDMILL exhibits extremely high resistance against oxidation and abrasion with a combination of high thermal hardness. STS-HARDMILL is the result of a special structural composition deposited in our high-performance PVD coating system. STS-HARDMILL properties yield significant advantages for the high heat demands placed on your cutting tools ...

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  • Effect of deep cryogenic treatment on tool life of ...

    2021-7-10u2002·u2002High-strength materials are hard to machine with ordinary tools and necessitates tool inserts of high strength and hardness to machine them. One of the methods to improve the physical properties of an insert material is cryogenic treatment which involves the treating of materials at low temperatures. In the current experiments, two multilayer carbide tool inserts WS40PM and F40M …

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  • Scrapper Centrifuge Carbide Blade by Delite Engineering ...

    Delite SCRAPPER CENTRIFUGE CARBIDE BLADE CHINA has the decade of experience in heat treating Alloy Steel in controlled atmosphere ovens with automatic regulation for exact temperature control. The combination of a correct type of material and scientifically established heat treatment, result in achieving the required hardness.

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  • Tungsten Carbide Properties

    9. Specific Heat - Tungsten carbide ranges from about 50% to 70% as high as carbon steel. 10. Weight - The specific gravity of tungsten carbide is from 1-1/2 to 2 times that of carbon steel. 11. Hot Hardness - With temperature increase to 1400°F, tungsten carbide retains much of its room temperature hardness.

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  • J & M Diamond Tool: PCD and CBN Information

    2001-6-6u2002·u2002The diamond and matrix, when sintered together under high temperatures and pressures, creates a PCD tool blank that is high in uniform hardness and is abrasive resistant in all directions. This PCD diamond layer is then bonded to a tungsten carbide substrate, which provides strength and a brazable base to permit bonding to other metals.

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  • Cutting Speeds - Etant Donnes

    2015-2-9u2002·u2002Material Cutting Speeds. Recommended Cutting Speeds using High-Speed Steel Tools. For Reamers use 1/2 to 2/3 speed given in this Table. For Carbide tools double the speeds.

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  • Difference Between Carbide and High Speed Steel

    2018-6-14u2002·u2002High speed steel is a form of steel that is important in making cutting tools. The tools made of high speed steel does not last long unless otherwise it is coated with a suitable material such as titanium nitride. Summary – Carbide vs High Speed Steel. Cutting tools are very important in construction fields. We can produce these tools using ...

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