Custom Insert Blanks Applications
Custom insert blanks are used in turning, milling, and drilling applications to develop finished cutting tools and are an advantageous option over traditional solid cutting tools. Insert blanks provide several benefits in shaping and cutting tools, such as tool versatility, extended tool life, improved machining performance, and reduced machine downtimes.
Custom Insert Blanks Products
We create your uniquely designed custom insert blank in complex 2D & 3D geometries, near-net-shape designs, and finished sintered geometries. In addition, we have a wide range of carbide grades, from general purpose to application specific grades. Hyperion has formulated some of the industry-leading grades to tackle your challenging metal-cutting application.
Frequently Asked Questions about Custom Insert Blanks
Custom insert blanks are cemented tungsten carbide blanks manufactured to the desired customer geometry by pressing cemented carbide powder to the shape and sintering at high temperature and pressure to achieve the desired strength and hardness.
Custom insert blanks can be made from various materials, such as tungsten carbide and ceramics, depending on the specific machining application and performance requirements. Hyperion specializes in industry-leading cemented tungsten carbide grades to tackle your challenging metal-cutting applications.
The benefits of custom insert blanks are improved productivity, extended tool life, reduced manufacturing costs, enhanced machining performance, and exceptional versatility. With their ability to enhance efficiency, durability, and cost-effectiveness, custom insert blanks are preferred for manufacturers seeking optimal results in their machining processes.
Custom insert blanks can be used in a wide range of machining applications, including turning, milling, and drilling applications. Within each application, insert blanks are used for cutting, threading, parting, grooving, and reaming tools.
Custom insert blanks can be coated with advanced material coatings, such as chemical vapor deposition (CVD), physcial vapor deposition (PVD), or other diamond coatings. Hyperion grades are qualified at various coatings suppliers.