Insert Grade for Turning Stainless

The T-TINOX series of CVD-coated insert grades are engineered for turning stainless steel.

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The T-TINOX series of CVD-coated insert grades are engineered for turning stainless steel. The copper-colored coating resists material build-up on the cutting edge while the T-Turn+ technology provides a smooth, stable cutting edge, the company says.
 
The series consists of three grades: The TT9215 offers high wear and chipping resistance and is designed for high speed and continuous cutting in stainless steel. The TT9225 is designed for general-purpose stainless steel applications, providing a balance of wear- and fracture-resistance. The TT9235 provides both fracture resistance and toughness and is designed for interrupted cutting in stainless steel at low cutting speeds.

 

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