Insert Grades For High-Temperature Alloy Machining

Additions to the Sandvik Coromant family of heat-resistant, super alloy cutting tools include the CC6060 and CC6065 inserts. The ceramic grades of round inserts are capable of running at four to six times the speed of conventional carbide inserts, the company says. The CC6060 is optimized to provide productivity benefits with larger diameter components and longer lengths of cut.

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Additions to the Sandvik Coromant family of heat-resistant, super alloy cutting tools include the CC6060 and CC6065 inserts. The ceramic grades of round inserts are capable of running at four to six times the speed of conventional carbide inserts, the company says. The CC6060 is optimized to provide productivity benefits with larger diameter components and longer lengths of cut. The grade boasts notch wear resistance, which allows machining at higher depths of cut. Additionally, the insert is said to be able to maintain performance at higher feed rates and in longer continuous cuts than other ceramic grades. The CC6065 is for high temperature alloy machining on high quality forgings with some ovality. It also provides a stronger insert and edge line to allow for increased feed rates and elevated component quality.

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