Carbide Internal Threading Cutting Tool Insert
Type: Power Tool Parts
Trade term: CIF,EXW,FOB
Surface: Ground or Blanks
Trial order: Acceptable
OEM Service: Acceptable
Delivery Time: Shipped in 15 days after payment
Carbide is more expensive per unit than other typical tool materials, and it is more brittle, making it susceptible to chipping and breaking. To offset these problems, the carbide cutting tip itself is often in the form of a small insert for a larger tipped tool whose shank is made of another material, usually carbon tool steel. This gives the benefit of using carbide at the cutting interface without the high cost and brittleness of making the entire tool out of carbide. Most modern face mills use carbide inserts, as well as many lathe tools and end mills. In recent decades, though, solid-carbide end mills have also become more commonly used, wherever the application's characteristics make the pros (such as shorter cycle times) outweigh the cons (mentioned above).
To increase the life of carbide tools, they are sometimes coated. Four such coatings are TiN (titanium nitride), TiC (titanium carbide), Ti(C)N (titanium carbide-nitride), and TiAlN (titanium aluminum nitride). (Newer coatings, known as DLC (Diamond-like carbon) are beginning to surface, enabling the cutting power of diamond without the unwanted chemical reaction between real diamond and iron.) Most coatings generally increase a tool's hardness and/or lubricity. A coating allows the cutting edge of a tool to cleanly pass through the material without having the material gall (stick) to it. The coating also helps to decrease the temperature associated with the cutting process and increase the life of the tool. The coating is usually deposited via thermal CVD and, for certain applications, with the mechanical PVD method. However, if the deposition is performed at too high temperature, an eta phase of a Co6W6C tertiary carbide forms at the interface between the carbide and the cobalt phase, which may lead to adhesion failure of the coating.
Products we supply and make are:
1. Tungsten carbide products:
Carbide Rods, Carbide Bars, Carbide Strips, Carbide Plates, STB Carbide Blanks, Drawing Dies, Cold Forginng Dies, Carbide Disc Cutters, Carbide Inserts, Carbide Shims, Carbide Burrs and Carbide Burr Blanks, Carbide Mining Bits, Carbide Drilling Bits, Carbide Cutting Tools for Wood and Bamboos, Tile Cutter Wheels, Scriber Tips, Customized Carbide Products etc.
2. Titanium and titanium alloy products:
Titanium Rods, Titanium Tubes, Titanium Pipe Fittings, Titanium Plates, Titanium Sheets, Titanium Foils, Titanium Wires, Titanium Nuts and Bolts, Titanium Brazing and Casting, Cutomized Titanium Products etc.
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