Cupper Tool Solutions

Hyperion cemented carbide cupper tooling

Type: Cupper Tool Set

Dimensions: as per drawing/requested

Description: Cemented carbide cupper tools manufactured to custom dimensions in accordance with agreed solution. They are available as round and out-of-round cupper press tools including die centers, draw pads, cut edge dies, and blank draw dies. Cemented carbide grades and tool designs are tailored to each customer based on individual needs and requirements.

Hyperion Materials & Technologies expertly manufactures round and out-of-round cupper press tools including die centers, draw pads, cut edge dies, and blank draw dies. Canmaker cupper tooling is available in cemented carbide grades H12N and S385.

 

  Cemented Carbides
H12N S385
Toughness Star Star Star Star Star Star
Resistance to Abrasion Star Star Star Star Star
Corrosion Star Star Star Star Star

 

Cemented carbide grade H12N

Grade H12N is a magnetic cemented carbide that offers a good balance of toughness and wear resistance for can tooling components. This cemented carbide grade is a powerful solution that can endure millions of cans without cracks. Grade H12N withstands standard coolant emulsion conditions.

Cemented carbide grade S385

Grade S385 is a non-magnetic cemented carbide that has extremely high toughness and corrosion resistant properties. Tools made from grade S385 can produce millions of cans without presenting cracks. This material can withstand agressive coolant emulsion conditions.

 

Die Center

Draw Pad

Hyperion cemented carbide can making die center Hyperion cemented carbide can making draw pad

Cut Edge Die

Blank Draw Die

Hyperion cemented carbide can making cut edge die Hyperion cemented carbide can making blank draw die

Your Hyperion sales person can offer their expertise in selecting the canmaker tooling solution best suited to solve your can tooling needs.

 

Did you know you can recycle your cemented carbide with Hyperion?  Visit our recycling page or contact us for details.

 

*Cemented carbide is also known as solid carbide and tungsten carbide (WC).