The removable blade is also called the head by some people
It is the most commonly used tool in machining.
Isn't it nice to look at the pictures? Do you know where they come from?
What are the most common blades we use?
What are hard alloy and material?
How are carbide blades made?
Do you know that?
Knife material can be generally divided into the following categories
Coated cemented carbide
The most common milling tool, the most widely used, a variety of PVD, CVD coating
Newer material, both ceramic and metal characteristics, widely used, mostly used for semi-finishing to finishing
It is mainly used in the processing of cast iron, steel, hardened materials and high temperature alloys
3) cubic boron nitride (CBN)
It is mainly used in the high speed cutting of hardened steel, grey cast iron, and the rough turning of chilled cast iron
Polycrystalline diamond (PCD)
Mainly used in aluminum alloy and related products, non-metallic and non-ferrous metal materials, not recommended for iron-containing materials
Let's focus on cemented carbide blades
Cemented carbide is a powder metallurgy material, which includes:
Hard tungsten carbide (WC) particles
Bonded cobalt metal (CO)
Ti, Ta, Nb (titanium, tantalum, niobium carbide) hard particles
Carbide blades are produced in this way
Powder Production - Powder Pressing - Sintered Pressing Blades - Blade Grinding - Coating