High-Performance Tools/Inserts

Sandvik Coromant’s (Fair Lawn, NJ) display at EASTEC 2007 will feature the newest of its versatile, high-performance inserts and tools.

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Sandvik Coromant’s (Fair Lawn, NJ) display at EASTEC 2007 will feature the newest of its versatile, high-performance inserts and tools. The company’s newest insert grades exhibit the most value in their ability to boost productivity and performance. The CB7025 is a strong grade, milling insert optimized for interrupted cuts in case hardened steel. It boasts a fine grain CBN that controls wear and mechanically interlocks insert corners to provide strength and security superior to standard insert edge designs. The company’s CC6060 and CC6065 grades of round ceramic inserts achieve four to six times the cutting speed of conventional carbide inserts in medium to roughing operations. The CC6060 is optimized to provide productivity benefits with larger diameter components and longer lengths of cut, while the CC6065 provides a stronger insert and edge line to allow for increased feed rates and elevated component quality. The GC4230 and 4235 insert grades also will be displayed. Optimized for steel milling, the GC4230 operates effectively in all conditions and speeds while boasting maximum resistance to all wear types. Through stressless coating technologies, the GC4230 offers improved edge line toughness far beyond standard CVD grades, boosting cutting speeds and metal removal rates. The GC4235 insert grade provides excellent security in both steels and stainless steels, even when working in unstable and demanding conditions. Additionally, it is the toughest, most versatile grade in the company’s family of steel turning inserts, handling difficult situations like intermittent cuts and profiling operations with ease.