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Cutting Tools For The Aerospace Industry

In many aerospace components, titanium is replacing other metals. ATI Stellram offers a range of cutting tools to meet the demands of cutting this difficult-to-machine alloy. By adding Ruthernium to Cobalt, the company says it creates a stronger bonding matrix for the carbide in its inserts, making them last longer

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In many aerospace components, titanium is replacing other metals. ATI Stellram offers a range of cutting tools to meet the demands of cutting this difficult-to-machine alloy. By adding Ruthernium to Cobalt, the company says it creates a stronger bonding matrix for the carbide in its inserts, making them last longer and have higher production speeds. Also, the company offers specialty tooling solutions for complex components in applications such as turbine blade milling.

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