As industrial teeth, tungsten is an important raw material in machining and manufacturing. Tungsten-based cemented carbide tools have a series of excellent properties, such as high strength, good toughness, high temperature resistance, wear resistance and corrosion resistance. Even at 500 degrees Celsius or even 1000 degrees Celsius, the hardness basically keeps a high level. Tungsten Cemented Carbide Cutting Blade, which promotes the rapid development of high-speed and high-efficiency cutting technology.
Cutting tool is an indispensable tool in mechanical manufacturing. High-efficiency cutting is an advanced processing technology that has been rapidly applied in practice since 1990s. It is an advanced manufacturing technology with high efficiency, high quality and low consumption, and has been widely used in aerospace, precision mould, auto parts and precision machinery industries.
According to statistics that the metal cutting domain has some advantages, (1) the tool price is reduced by 30%, and the unit cost of the final product is reduced by 1%; (2) The tool life is increased by 50%, and the single piece cost of the final product is reduced by 1%; (3) The cutting efficiency is increased by 20%, and the unit cost of the final product can be reduced by 20%. It can be seen that high-efficiency cutting can reduce the corresponding labor cost, energy consumption, equipment depreciation and other expenses in the product life cycle by improving the processing efficiency, thus greatly reducing the product cost. The cemented carbide tool is the first choice for efficient cutting tools.
Tungsten Cemented Carbide Cutting Blades, also known as tungsten alloy tools, play an important role in high-speed cutting practice. They are often used as turning tools, milling cutters, planers, drills, boring tools, etc. They are used to cut cast iron, non-ferrous metals, plastics, chemical fibers, graphite, glass, stone and common steel, and can also be used to cut refractory steel, stainless steel, high manganese steel, tool steel and other difficult to machine materials with high economic benefits and long service life.