Streifenrohlinge aus Hartmetall

Streifenrohlinge aus Hartmetall für Sägeblätter, Messer, Verschleißteile und Schneidwerkzeuge mit oder ohne Fasen

Streifenrohlinge aus Hartmetall werden bei der Herstellung von Schneidwerkzeugen und Verschleißteilen verwendet, indem sie die Schneiden von Werkzeugen wie Sägeblättern, Bohrern und Fräsern formen. Hergestellt durch Mischen von Hartmetallpulver mit einem metallischen Bindemittel, in der Regel Kobalt, erhöhen Hartmetall-Streifen die Werkzeugstandzeit und sorgen für eine gleichbleibend hohe Schnittleistung.

Diese Streifenrohlinge sind in einer Reihe hochwertiger Hartmetalle erhältlich und können mit einer einfachen oder doppelten Fase versehen werden. Abgeschrägte Streifenrohlinge reduzieren die Kosten und den Zeitaufwand für die Herstellung von Werkzeugen und verringern die Notwendigkeit der Funkenerosion, wodurch Eigenspannungen reduziert werden und eine starke Schneidkante entsteht.

 

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Hyperion Code: RW

Abmessungen: Metrisch

Beschreibung: Hartmetallstreifenrohlinge in variablen Abmessungen mit einer Gesamtlänge von 310 mm. Sie sind in drei Standardprofilen erhältlich: rechteckig, einseitig oder in doppelter Ausführung.

Hyperion cemented carbide strips

Cemented Carbide Strip Blanks in the Toolmaking Industry

 

In the toolmaking industry, cemented carbide strip blanks provide exceptional hardness, wear resistance, and toughness for producing cutting tools and wear parts that can withstand harsh operating conditions.

Cemented carbide strip blanks have a high hardness level, allowing them to maintain their cutting edge and resist wear even when cutting tough materials such as metal and wood. Combined with their incredible toughness, which prevents chipping and breakage of the cutting edges, strip blanks are extremely wear resistant. Being wear resistant makes them ideal for use in cutting tools and wear parts subject to high levels of abrasion and wear.

With exceptional hardness, wear resistance, and toughness, cemented carbide strip blanks are popular for cutting tools and wear parts due to their excellent performance and durability in challenging applications.

 

Frequently Asked Questions about Cemented Carbide Strip Blanks

What are cemented carbide strip blanks?

Cemented carbide strip blanks are rectangular bars used in manufacturing cutting tools and wear parts. Available in a range of high-quality cemented carbides, our strip blanks are available with a single or double chamfer to help ensure the balance of performance and tool life your customers require.

What are carbide saw tips?

Carbide saw tips, also known as carbide inserts or carbide cutting tips, are the cutting edges of saw blades used in various types of saws, such as circular saw blades, miter saw blades, table saw blades, and other cutting tools.

Why are cemented carbide strip blanks used in saw tips?

Cemented carbide strip blanks are perfect for saw tip new product development as they can be cut to the shape needed. Cemented carbide strip blanks also can be used to create replacement carbide saw tips by cutting strips to shape and then brazing them onto the saw.

What are the benefits of using cemented carbide strip blanks for saw tips?

The benefits of cemented carbide strip blanks for saw tips are they provide longer service life, improved cutting performance, and reduced downtime and maintenance costs for cutting tools. In addition, cemented carbide strip blanks provide high hardness, wear resistance, and toughness, allowing them to cut various materials effectively and efficiently.

What are the different sizes and shapes of cemented carbide strip blanks?

Cemented carbide strip blanks come in various rectangular sizes to meet your application and manufacturing process needs. At Hyperion Materials & Technologies, we offer a variety of strip blank sizes with a single chamfer or double chamfer to fit your designs and requirements.

How are cemented carbide strip blanks manufactured?

Cemented carbide strip blanks are manufactured by mixing tungsten carbide powder and metallic binder, compacting the mixture into a desired shape using high pressure, and then sintering the compacted material at high temperature to form a dense and hard material with excellent wear resistance and toughness.