CBN inserts for gray cast iron reduce the length of the
wiper edge and provide excellent surface finish with low cutting forces.
CBN grades for cast iron insert is economical because re-grinding is not required be disposable.
Inserts with corner R(RE) = 0.8 mm are excellent for general applications, and can be used in a wide variety of cutting areas.
They are able to exhibit outstanding cutting edge stability, particularly under high-load conditions such as heavy interrupted cutting.
The sharpness of inserts with corner R(RE) = 0.4 mm is one of their most notable features. Its effectiveness can be demonstrated by the ability to suppress chatter and maintain finished surfaces.
The long edge insert is capable of finish cutting of castings with a gate. Therefore, it is possible to reduce the number of cutting passes and to shorten the machining time as well.
The tool cutting edge angle is effective at reducing the thickness of chips, with almost no burrs generated in comparison to conventional products.
The finely-detailed R shape of the corner portion prevents chipping and enhances both stability and tool life.
Intended for milling.
Improved fracture resistance when used in unstable applications.
The stability of the cutting edge can meet a wide variety of work material and cutting conditions.
Sintered medium grain diamond particles. Wear resistance and fracture resistance are superbly balanced.
MD220 can prevent burr formation and achieve long tool life.
Fine CBN particles increase cutting edge toughness.
The high fracture resistance allows stable performance even during.
That grade prevent fracture, edge chipping and thermal clack not only for dry cutting but also for cutting under remaining coolant in previous process.
The above application examples are customer's application examples, so it can be different from the recommended conditions.