carbide tool

carbide tool

[′kär‚bīd ‚tül]
(design engineering)
A cutting tool made of tungsten, titanium, or tantalum carbides, having high heat and wear resistance.
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5 magnetic filter to ensure clean and accurate cutting of tungsten carbide tool blanks.
The set includes a 1/2-inch round carbide tool, a 1/2-inch square radius carbide tool with 2-inch cutting radius and a 1/8-inch high-speed steel parting tool and a storage box.
This book explains carbide tool technology, various grades of tungsten carbide and cutting tips and shafts, and explains the cutters.
India, April 25 -- Walter USA, has introduced the Walter Prototyp Protodyn HSC thread former, a solid carbide tool engineered to boost thread forming cutting speed, productivity and tool life.
Thus, an effort to coat the surfaces of the carbide cutting tool with a hard material has been made to increase the wear resistance of the carbide tool.
According to Roberts, IndustrialCOOP allows users to also search by brand such as Superior Abrasives, Yankee Reamer, Precision Cutting Tools Albrecht, Reiff & Nestor Company, Diamond Saw Works, Dake, Eifler, Gaylee, Best Carbide Cutting Tools, North American Tool, Destiny Tools, Holdridge Manufacturing, Richmill, IMCO Carbide Tool, Even Cut Abrasives, Carmex Precision Tools and other makes.
Lyman introduces the Universal Carbide Case Trimmer, which adds the longer life and ultra-sharp cutting qualities of a carbide tool to Lyman's Universal trimmer.
In this study the turning test on Metal Matrix composites was performed with HSS and k-20 carbide tool material and wears patterns and wears land growth rates were analysed to evaluate the wear characteristics and classify the relationship between the physical properties and flank wear of cutting tool.
An industry standard, the solid carbide tool continues to be the most widely used tool for machining composites, as well as traditional materials.
The cutting-tool business is small relative to others in the Kobe Steel group, prompting the company to conclude it would be better for Shinko Kobelco to link up with Mitsubishi Materials, the top carbide tool company in Japan and the third largest cutting-tool maker in the world.
10 November 2014 - UK engineering materials company Versarien Plc (LON:VRS) today announced that it had agreed to form a joint venture with Israel-based tungsten carbide tool manufacturer Dimar Limited for the distribution of tooling solutions for the composites sector.