Materials for Aerospace

We have supplied cemented carbide, diamond, and cubic boron nitride (CBN) tool blanks and materials for more than 70 years. We have also manufactured custom cemented carbide components used in engines, helicopters, and airplanes for more than 20 years.

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Manufacturing aerospace components dictates materials that meet some of the most strict requirements for corrosion resistance, toughness, workability, and durability.

The strength and wear resistance of cemented carbide make it the best choice for tooling to produce aerospace components, as other materials cannot withstand the tough environmental conditions. The properties of cemented carbide allow it to adapt to conditions as equipment performance intensifies.

Hyperion provides hard and super-hard materials as well engineering expertise that help you machine and produce aerospace components, including:

  • Our AM110TM grade of carbide rods and end mill blanks are ideal for the challenging machining of superalloys.
  • Wear parts used in various applications in the aerospace industry, including bearings, vane pump body, shafts, and pistons.
  • Diamond coatings applied to wear parts to promote longer life. This coating can be applied to any shape regardless of intricacy and without line of sight.
  • A complete line of PCD and PCBN used to cut, machine, and finish ferrous materials, aluminum, and superalloys.

 

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Products that serve the aerospace industry:

Hyperion carbide rods

Carbide Rods

Cemented carbide rods, with and without channels, for drills and end mills

 

Hyperion Mesh cubic boron nitride (CBN)

Mesh CBN

Cubic boron nitride (CBN) abrasives for grinding wheels and dicing blades

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Diamond Coatings

Advanced protection through our proprietary diamond wear coatings

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PCD / PCBN

PCD/PCBN blanks and cut shapes for inserts and round tools in metal cutting

Hyperion cemented carbide and Versimax wear parts

Wear Parts

Custom parts that withstand high pressures, temperatures, and corrosion

 
   

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