9/16/2015

The Potential for Wider Use of Ceramic Inserts

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It’s possible that new phase-toughened ceramic insert technology could be used for more universal milling and turning applications.

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When you think ceramic inserts you commonly envision high-speed machining of hard metals and super alloys. That said, Greenleaf has developed a new phase-toughened ceramic insert technology that could bridge the gap between conventional carbide and ceramic inserts for exotic materials, as well as more conventional metals such as mild and stainless steels. Learn more.

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