Insert Geometry For Low Carbon Steels

Sandvik Coromant's new LC insert geometry improves chip evacuation to boost productivity in difficult to machine materials. While conventional geometries cause frequent chip jamming, the LC avoids these interruptions to production, according to the company. By lowering the risk of chip jamming, the LC insert geometry is a step towards trouble-free turning of low carbon steels.

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Sandvik Coromant's new LC insert geometry improves chip evacuation to boost productivity in difficult to machine materials. While conventional geometries cause frequent chip jamming, the LC avoids these interruptions to production, according to the company.

By lowering the risk of chip jamming, the LC insert geometry is a step towards trouble-free turning of low carbon steels. Additionally, the evacuation of chips reduces the risk that chip accumulation can pose to the cutting tool and surface finish of the machined component, the company says. Higher feeds will also be achievable thanks to the availability of wiper inserts.