Powder Metallurgy Tungsten Carbide Cutting Tools Hard Phase And A Binder Phase
|Place of Origin:||Zhuzhou，Hunan，China（mainland）|
|Brand Name:||Gold Sword|
|Model Number:||Tungsten Carbide Strips|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||negotiate|
|Packaging Details:||Carton packaging 15 kg per carton|
|Delivery Time:||25 days|
|Product Name:||Tungsten Carbide Strips||Material::||Tungsten Carbide|
|GS Grade:||RX10 / RX20 / RX10T / AB10||Color::||Gray|
square carbide blanks,
cemented tungsten carbide
Powder Metallurgy Tungsten Carbide Strips Hard Phase And A Binder Phase
Tungsten / hard alloy is a powder metallurgy product consisting mainly of a hard phase and a binder phase. The hard phase is very hard, mainly various carbides. The main carbides are: tungsten carbide (WC), titanium carbide (TiC), tantalum carbide (TaC) and niobium carbide (NbC). In most cases, cobalt is used as a binder phase. In cemented carbide plants, cemented carbides are mixed, pressed and sintered.
The classification of cemented carbide is carried out according to ISO standards. This classification is based on the material class of the workpiece (P, M, K, N, S, H). Different carbide materials have different uses, such as turning, milling, hole machining, threading, grooving, etc.
Tungsten steel is a hard alloy, also known as tungsten-titanium alloy. The hardness is 10K Vickers, second only to diamonds. For this reason, tungsten steel products (commonly available in tungsten steel watches) have characteristics that are not easily worn.
Note: Our company can produce alloy grades that are more suitable for special processing fields according to customer needs.
The grades of cemented carbide materials are not universal and there are many different grades. But the materials produced by each company will have corresponding attributes. This includes (main metal content, particle size, flexural strength, and hardness itself, etc.) so when purchasing materials, you must first understand whether the properties of this grade correspond to the products you have processed, so that you can use the right materials more accurately. To ensure the efficiency of industrial production.
|GSGrade||ISO Grade||Density (g/cm3)||Hardness (HRA)||T.R.S (MPα)||Grain Size||Performance & Application Recommended|
|RX10||K20||14.6-15.0||90~90.5||2200~2400||Medium||High hardness, suitable for roughing of iron, solid wood, dry wood or nonferrous metal, ceramic and other alloys.|
|RX20||K30||14.6-15.0||90~90.5||2600~2800||Fine||High toughness, easy to be brazed without heat preservation. Suitable for rosewood, solid wood, pinewood, and other wood with a lot stammer.|
|RX10T||K10||14.6-15.0||92.5~93||1800-2000||Ultrafine||High hardness, suitable for finishing of iron, nonferrous metal, ceramic and other alloying, semifinishing of of hardwood, chipboard, MDF and HDF. Better to use silver soldering.|
|AB10||K40||13.8-14.2||87.5~88||2800~3000||Coarse||High toughness, difficult to break tooth. Special used for finger jointing tool.|