Optimizing your turning process can include increased material removal rate, improved surface finish and longer tool life. These benefits can be achieved if you minimize the kinetic friction between the cutting tool and the workpiece. Not only is tool life extended, but workpiece quality is also enhanced. ATI Stellram has developed new insert technologies that reduce friction and its costly byproducts. The webinar on Wednesday May 22 at 2:00 pm EDT will explain how it’s possible to establish an effective turning process using material-specific NL grades that combine CVD coatings applied to superior geometry surfaces, for machining steels, stainless steels, cast irons and high temperature alloys.
Webinar topics will address:
• The importance of reducing kinetic friction
• The effect on surface finish, material removal and tool life
• Why material specific grades are needed
• Selecting the right grade for your application