Supermini Type 105 Carbide Inserts for Hard Machining

Originally titled 'Carbide Inserts for Hard Machining'

The Supermini type 105 tool system from Horn performs demanding tasks involving bore diameters between 0.2 mm (0.008") and 6 mm (0.236"), with more than 1,000 versions of the carbide insert that fit one toolholder.

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The Supermini type 105 tool system from Horn performs demanding tasks involving bore diameters between 0.2 mm (0.008") and 6 mm (0.236"), with more than 1,000 versions of the carbide insert that fit one toolholder. The type 105 carbide inserts, for boring hard materials up to 66 HRC, are available to work in bore diameters of 4 mm (0.157") to 5 mm (0.197"), and bore depths to 10 mm (0.394"),15 mm (0.591") and 20 mm (0.787"). The boring inserts are available in a left-hand and right-hand design.

The heat-resistant coating is applied to the carbide substrate under tightly controlled conditions to ensure proper adherence to the precision ground micro-geometry of the cutting edge. As a result, this expertly engineered combination of carbide substrate, coating and cutting geometry offers a highly cost-effective alternative to the CBN cutting materials that were required before now, the company says.

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