Tools for Cutting Carbide

The most popular CNC machining tools are carbide cutting tools, often known as cemented carbide cutting tools or tungsten cutting carbide tools. Cemented carbide is used in more than 90% of turning and 55% of milling tools in some nations, and this trend continues.

Tungsten carbide cutting tools offer excellent hardness, strength, wear resistance, and modulus of elasticity, in addition to good impact toughness and corrosion. An essential component is WC and Co. There are two types of available carbide cutters: solid carbide and welding edge. Our carbide specialties include solid carbide end mills, drill bits, and inserts.

Tungsten carbide drill bits, carbide milling cutters, and carbide inserts can be classed into different series based on the hardness of the workpiece; standard sizes are commonly used in CNC machines; we have a large variety of everyday products in stock for quick. For drawing modification, industrial blades of varying sizes and precision, such as plotter blades and wire stripping blades, are also required.

Industrial Blade

Because of its challenging nature, cemented carbide may be widely employed for industrial blades that require a sharp edge and are resistant to wear (Usually above HRA 90degree for blades). Plotter blades, woodworking blades, metal shear blades, and wire stripping blades are a few examples of applications.

Carbide End Mill

The most significant criterion in selecting end mills is the hardness of the workpiece; conventional end mills may be categorized for HRC 45degree, 50degree, 55degree, and 60degree milling special aluminum milling, and stainless steel milling end mills. In addition, each category has three subcategories based on the end shape: flat end mill (square end mill), ball end mill, and corner radius end mill.

Carbide Drill Bit

Carbide drill bits are categorized according to the order of drilling a drill into a pilot drill bit, center drill bit, twist drill bit, spot-facer drill bit (countersink drill bit), and coolant route into an external cooling drill bit and inner cooling drill bit with coolant hole. Internal cooling can significantly enhance efficiency and service life when drilling depth surpasses 3D and approaches 5D or higher.

Carbide Insert

Carbide insert, also known as CNC blade or indexable carbide insert, is the most common component used in modern metal cutting applications. It is mainly utilized in metal turning, milling, groove cutting, thread turning, and other sectors. As a result, we categorize carbide inserts according to function as turning inserts, milling inserts, and threading inserts.

Manufacturing of Solid Carbide Drills

End Mills and Drills Made of Carbide:

  1. Choose a certified ground cut-to-length carbide rod.
  2. According to the drawing, machine the end mill in 5-axis WALTER or ROLLOMATIC grinding machines.
  3. Examine the geometry, shape, and size of the flute.
  4. Coat the flutes properly if necessary.
  5. Use a Zolner tester to inspect the flutes.
  6. Pack and send following the order.

Carbide Inserts:

  1. Create tungsten carbide powder formula by spraying dry tower.
  2. Press. Trim using a CNC machine. Obtain the insert shape.
  3. Sintering Come out the rigid insert blank.
  4. High-precision machining Grinding, cutting, and polishing
  5. Examination. After each step, an inspection should ensure that only certified items may proceed to the next phase.
  6. Pack and send following the order.

Blades for industry:

  1. Obtain a certified carbide blank.
  2. High-precision CNC machines, EDM, centerless grinding machines, OD grinders, wire cutting machines, and so on are used for cutting, grinding, and polishing.
  3. 3. Inspection.
  4. Pack and send following the order.

Types of Carbide Cutting Tools

  • End mills, drills, inserts, turning tools, special-shaped blades, and other accessories, such as round bars, embossing wheels, saw blade, knurled wheel, and so on, are standard cutting tools for lathe production and manufacture of hardware products. However, different manufacturing processes require various cutting tools. Therefore, our carbide focuses on making carbide end mills, carbide drills, carbide tips, industrial blades, and customized irregular shape carbide cutting tools.
  • Most metals have a hardness of less than 65HRC within the machining capacity of various formulated cemented carbides. Solid carbide drills in multiple forms include carbide inserts, carbide end mills, carbide drills, carbide taps, and carbide blades. For expert advice in these areas, contact our carbide.

Woodturning is essential in the production of furniture. Carbide drill bits, end mills, and inserts for face milling cutters are examples of traditional carbide cutters for woodturning equipment. In this machining sector, carbide grades BT45 to BT60 are used, and different coatings are used for varying hardness wood.

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