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8/22/2017

Coating on Turning-Grade Inserts Resists Adhesion, Microchipping

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Westec 2017: Sumitomo will showcase its line of AC1030U turning grade inserts for precision machining, which are available in many geometries, including the company’s GND grooving line.

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Sumitomo will showcase its line of AC1030U turning grade inserts for precision machining, which are available in many geometries, including the company’s GND grooving line. The inserts have an Absotech Bronze PVD coating and a substrate, which are designed to create a high-quality cutting edge, resist adhesion and microchipping, and result in better surface finish.

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