Turning Inserts For Steel Processing

Kennametal's turning grade KC9105 enables high productivity machining of steels by allowing up to 40 percent higher cutting speeds without sacrificing toughness. There inserts are engineered for finish turning to medium machining of all steel workpieces including carbon, alloy and tool steels as well as ferritic, martensitic and precipitation hardened stainless steels. Products that can take advantage of this insert include transmission components, axles and gears in automotive and transportation markets and shafts, bearings and pump housings in general engineering applications.

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Kennametal's turning grade KC9105 enables high productivity machining of steels by allowing up to 40 percent higher cutting speeds without sacrificing toughness.

There inserts are engineered for finish turning to medium machining of all steel workpieces including carbon, alloy and tool steels as well as ferritic, martensitic and precipitation hardened stainless steels. Products that can take advantage of this insert include transmission components, axles and gears in automotive and transportation markets and shafts, bearings and pump housings in general engineering applications.

A chemical vapor deposition coating technology ensures excellent wear and thermal resistance, the company says. Post-coat treatments are designed to reduce chip hammering and built-up edges, providing long tool life.

KC9105 is available in seven KennaPerfect Kenloc geometries for finishing to medium machining operations.

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