4/5/2011

Milling Solution for Hardened Metals

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The Excelerator milling systems, which uses WG-600 whisker-reinforced ceramic inserts, is designed for high-performance milling in difficult-to-machine materials.

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The Excelerator milling systems, which uses WG-600 whisker-reinforced ceramic inserts, is designed for high-performance milling in difficult-to-machine materials. Typical applications include hardened materials above 40 HRc as well as nickel- and cobalt-based superalloys. The WG-600 whisker-reinforced ceramic inserts are effective for both roughing and finishing of high-strength alloys and hardened steels. These inserts are use a coated AL2O3 whisker-reinforced ceramic that delivers better tool life than uncoated whisker-reinforced ceramic inserts, the company says. 

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