Carbide inserts for lathe are commonly used in turning operations on a lathe machine. They provide efficient cutting performance, long tool life, and versatility in turning different materials.
EPNW Milling Insert for Effective Material Removal in Milling Operations
EPNW Milling Insert for Effective Material Removal in Milling Operations

Code : EPNW, What is high feed milling? It is a milling method that permits up to three times faster machining than conventional methods. It pairs shallow depth of cut with high feed per tooth which gives higher metal removal rates and results in more parts being machined. What is CNC face milling? Face milling is a machining process in which the milling cutting is placed perpendicular to the workpiece. The milling cutting is essentially positioned “face down” towards the top of the workpiece. When engaged, the top of the milling cutting grinds away at the top of the workpiece to remove some of its ...

ANKT Indexable Insert for Enhanced Performance in Various Machining Tasks
ANKT Indexable Insert for Enhanced Perfor mance in Various Machining Tasks

Code : ANKT, What is a machining insert? A wiper insert is an insert used in a milling machine or a lathe. It is designed for finished cutting, to give a smooth surface on the surface being cut. It uses special geometry to give a good finish on the workpiece at a higher-than-normal feedrate. Which material is used for insert? Image result for what is 4nkt insert Cutting tool inserts are commonly constructed of carbide, micrograin carbide, CBN, ceramic, cermet, cobalt, diamond PCD, high-speed steel, and silicon nitride. Coatings help to increase wear resistance and insert life. ...

VBMT Insert for High-quality Turning and Boring Performance
VBMT Insert for High-quality Turning and Boring Perfor mance

Code : VBMT, What are face mills? Face milling is a machining process in which the milling cutting is placed perpendicular to the workpiece. The milling cutting is essentially positioned “face down” towards the top of the workpiece. When engaged, the top of the milling cutting grinds away at the top of the workpiece to remove some of its material. What is the difference between face milling and end milling? These are two of the most prevalent milling operations, each using different types of cutters – the and mill and the face mill. The difference between end milling and face milling is that an end ...

RPHX High-temp Alloy Insert for Reliable Machining in Extreme Conditions
RPHX High-temp Alloy Insert for Reliable Machining in Extreme Conditions

Code : RPHX, How to choose correct turning insert? Select insert geometry based on selected operation, for example finishing. Select the largest possible nose angle on the insert for strength and economy. Select the insert size depending on the depth of cut Select the largest possible nose radius for insert strength. What is the difference between face milling and end milling? These are two of the most prevalent milling operations, each using different types of cutters – the and mill and the face mill. The difference between end milling and face milling is that an end mill uses both the end and t...

Efficient EDC Grooving Insert for Precision Machining Operations
Efficient EDC Grooving Insert for Precision Machining Operations

Code : EDC, What is grooving used for? Grooving or recessing operations, sometimes also called necking operations, are often done on work piece shoulders to ensure the correct fit for mating parts. When a thread is required to run the full length of the part to a shoulder, a groove is usually machined to allow full travel of the nut. What is face grooving? When making an axial groove on the face of a component it is important to choose the correct tools. The bending radius of the groove will determine the curve of the tool. Chip evacuation can be a problem in face grooving due to the curved groove....

TNGG Insert for Efficient Grooving and Threading Operations
TNGG Insert for Efficient Grooving and Threading Operations

Code : TNGG, What are the types of insert? Cutting tool inserts. Cutting insert. Isostatic mounting. Thread cutter. Carbide cutting tool and insert. Flat bottom drill. HSS drill inserts. Positive square inserts. What is the difference between face milling and end milling? These are two of the most prevalent milling operations, each using different types of cutters – the and mill and the face mill. The difference between end milling and face milling is that an end mill uses both the end and the sides of the cutter, whereas face milling is used for horizontal cutting. ...

XNMU Insert for Superior Surface Finish and Extended Tool Life
XNMU Insert for Superior Surface Finish and Extended Tool Life

Code : XNMU, What is successful face milling? Face milling is the most common milling operation, and can be performed using a wide range of different tools. Cutters with a 45º entering angle are most frequently used, but round insert cutters, square shoulder cutters, and side and face mills are also used for certain conditions. Be sure to choose the right cutter for the operation, for optimal productivity (see information on choice of tools below).   What is successful high-feed milling? When machining aluminum, and sometimes when machining cast iron with CBN or ceramic inserts, cutting speeds o...

SNGX Insert for Exceptional Chip Control and Improved Machining Efficiency
SNGX Insert for Exceptional Chip Control and Improved Machining Efficiency

Code : SNGX, What are face mills? Face milling is a machining process in which the milling cutting is placed perpendicular to the workpiece. The milling cutting is essentially positioned “face down” towards the top of the workpiece. When engaged, the top of the milling cutting grinds away at the top of the workpiece to remove some of its material. What is the difference between face milling and end milling? These are two of the most prevalent milling operations, each using different types of cutters – the and mill and the face mill. The difference between end milling and face milling is that an end ...

PNCU Insert for Precise and Stable Machining in Fine Finishing
PNCU Insert for Precise and Stable Machining in Fine Finishing

Code : PNCU, What are face mills? Face milling is a machining process in which the milling cutting is placed perpendicular to the work piece. The milling cutting is essentially positioned “face down” towards the top of the work pieces. When engaged, the top of the milling cutting grinds away at the top of the work piece to remove some of its material. What is the difference between face milling and end milling? These are two of the most prevalent milling operations, each using different types of cutters – the and mill and the face mill. The difference between end milling and face milling is that an ...

DNMG Insert for High-speed Turning and Facing Operations
DNMG Insert for High-speed Turning and Facing Operations

Code : DNMG, How to choose correct turning insert? Select insert geometry based on selected operation, for example finishing. Select the largest possible nose angle on the insert for strength and economy. Select the insert size depending on the depth of cut Select the largest possible nose radius for insert strength. What is the difference between face milling and end milling? These are two of the most prevalent milling operations, each using different types of cutters – the and mill and the face mill. The difference between end milling and face milling is that an end mill uses both the end and t...