About cemented carbide rods
Cemented carbide rods, or tungsten carbide rods, are simply tungsten steel bars or carbide rods. Cemented carbide is a composite made of refractory metal compounds (hard phase) and bonding metal (binder phase) produced by powder metallurgy. Cemented carbide, also known as tungsten steel, is relatively different from the local one.
Cemented carbide (WC) is an inorganic compound containing equal amounts of tungsten and carbon atoms. In its most basic form, it is a subtle gray powder, but it can be used in industrial machinery, tools, abrasive Abrasives, and the form of use. Cemented carbide contains three times the carbon content of steel, and its crystal structure is denser than steel and titanium. Its hardness is comparable to that of diamond. It can only be ground into cemented carbide and grinding with cubic boron nitride abrasives.
Cemented carbide rod is a new technology and new material. It is mainly used for the manufacture of metal cutting tools, the hardness and wear resistance of wood and plastics, and the manufacture of corrosion-resistant products.
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