Difficult-to-cut materials ｜ PVD coated carbide
Excellent heat resistance for finishing
Ideal for difficult materials such as heat resistant alloys and titanium alloys
Eliminates the effects of heat on the insert during high temperature machining
High efficiency and long tool life in high precision finishing of difficult to cut materials
- A thick TiAlN coating provides heat resistance to extend tool life
- The combination of heat and wear resistance is ideal for finishing heat resistant alloys and titanium
Difficult to cut materials such as titanium and heat resistant alloys
Finish Turning / Grooving
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|Grade||Material||Operation type||Machining||Cutting speed (m/min)||Feed(mm/rev)||DOC(mm)||Coolant
|DM4||Difficult to cut materials (heat resistant alloys)||Turning||Finishing||20 - 50||0.03 - 0.15||0.1 - 1.0||WET|
|Grooving||0.05 - 0.20||-|
Why are Sialon ceramics so effective at high-speed machining of heat resistant alloys?
Silicon nitride (Si3N4) is combined with Aluminum (Al) and oxygen (O) to make SiAlON.
Sialon has needle-shaped particles similar to that of Silicon nitride.
The arrangement of these particles makes the material withstand the impact force during cutting.
The addition of the alumina improves its heat resistance characteristics.
The property advantages makes it perfect for machining heat resistant alloys.
110 pcs / corner
|Competitor’s PVD coated carbide||
90 pcs / corner
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