Seco-Carboloy offers 59 new insert styles and shapes in grade T350M for demanding operations in soft- to medium-high alloy steels, and for free-cutting to difficult-to-machine stainless steels. The company’s range of face, square shoulder, helical, disc and copy milling cutter families has also been expanded. Additional inserts are offered for a variety of disc mills, as well as the 150.10 style cut-off tooling for lathe operations. The expanding offering includes inserts in numerous types, geometries and radii for increasing overall machining capabilities.
The T350M grade features a tough substrate and a smooth Medium Temperature Chemical Vapor Deposition (MTCVD) coating that is conducive to improved performance and longer tool life, the company says. The grade has a combination titanium-carbonitride/aluminum oxide top coating to minimize workpiece adhesion when machining sticky materials.
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