K10 K20 Cemented Tungsten Carbide Ball Bearing High Grind
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Model Number:||CNC Processing Cemented Carbide Tool Heads|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||10kgs|
|Packaging Details:||standard packing|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
|Material:||Tungsten Carbide||Size:||As Per Request|
|Shape:||As Per Request||Application:||Cutting Metal|
|Grade:||YG8||Name:||CNC Processing Cemented Carbide Tool Heads|
CNC Cemented Carbide Tool Heads,
YG10 Cemented Carbide Tool Heads,
YG10 CNC carbide head
CNC Processing Cemented Carbide Tool Heads YG8, YG10
CNC Processing Cemented Carbide Tool Heads are mainly tools that are fixed on the tool holder by welding or machine clamps for cutting operations. Because the product specifications are generally small, they are also called cemented carbide blades.
CNC Processing Cemented Carbide Tool Heads is one of the most commonly used carbide cutting inserts. According to specific grades, it can be classified into cast iron, aluminum, suitable for heat-resistant steel, high manganese steel, stainless steel and high-grade alloy steel.
Precautions for the use of cemented carbide blades
1. The structure of the welded cutting tool should have sufficient rigidity. The sufficient rigidity is guaranteed by the maximum allowable external dimensions and the use of higher-strength steel grades and heat treatment.
2. Cemented carbide blades should be fixed firmly. Cemented carbide welding blades should have sufficient fixation. It is guaranteed by the knife groove and welding quality, so it should be based on the shape of the blade and the geometric parameters of the tool.
3. Before welding the cemented carbide blade to the cutter bar, it is necessary to check the blade and the cutter bar. First, check that the blade supporting surface cannot be severely bent.
4. Reasonable selection of solder. In order to ensure the strength of the soldering, the appropriate solder should be selected. During the soldering process, good wettability and fluidity should be ensured, and air bubbles should be eliminated, so that the soldering and the alloy soldering surface are fully contacted, and there is no lack of soldering.
5. Correctly choose the flux for welding. It is recommended to use industrial borax. Before use, it should be dehydrated in a drying furnace, then crushed, sieved to remove mechanical debris, and set aside.
6. Select mesh compensation gaskets. When welding high-titanium and low-cobalt fine-grained alloys and welding long and thin alloy blades, in order to reduce welding stress, it is recommended to use thin slices with a thickness of 0.2-0.5mm or mesh aperture 2-- 3mm mesh compensation gasket is welded.
7. Correctly adopt the sharpening method. Because the carbide blade is brittle and sensitive to crack formation, the tool should avoid overheating or rapid cooling during the sharpening process, and at the same time, choose a suitable grit grinding wheel and reasonable grinding. Process to avoid sharpening cracks and affect the service life of the tool.
8. Install the tool correctly. When installing the tool, the length of the tool head extending from the tool holder should be as small as possible, otherwise it will easily cause tool vibration and damage the alloy sheet.
9. Correctly re-grind and grind the tools. When the tool is used to achieve normal bluntness, it must be re-grinded. After re-grinding, the cutting edge and the fillet of the tip must be grinded with oilstone, which will increase the service life of the tool. And safety and reliability.
CNC Processing Cemented Carbide Tool Heads Picture:
|Place of origin||Henan,China|
|Product name||Tungsten carbide rods|
|Size||list below, or customize|
|Application||drill bits, end-mills|