Hole-making inserts

  • 20-Aug-2010 03:34 EDT
DFS Inserts Grouping.jpg

 

Kennametal’s Beyond platform of tool grades includes inserts for hole-making applications, with three grades available: KCPK10, KCU25, and KCU40. The product covers SPPX/SPGX Drill Fix Square (DFS) outboard inserts; the units come in HP, FP, and MD geometries. The DFS indexable drill platform offers the economy of a square insert having four edges in the outside pocket combined with the good centering and high feed ability of a DFT trigon insert. Achieving 20% or higher material removal rate (MRR) at the same tool life as standard inserts, the KCPK10 grade offers good abrasion and crater-wear resistance for high-speed machining of steels and cast irons. With 20% or higher MMR and a 30% extended tool life, KCU25 is suited for processes at high speeds and feeds, delivering good reliability in steels, stainless steels, and cast irons. With a multi-layered PVD TiN-TiAlN coating and a tough substrate, the KCU40 grade delivers double the tool life at equivalent material removal rates for standard inserts.

Author:
Sector:
Topic:
Mentions:
Share
HTML for Linking to Page
Page URL
Grade
Rate It
0.00 Avg. Rating

Read More Articles On

2017-11-22
Arconic and Airbus recently announced a multi-year cooperative research agreement to advance metal 3D printing for aircraft manufacturing. Together, the companies will develop customized processes and parameters to produce and qualify large, structural 3D printed components.
2017-08-04
Deemed "the first" 3D printed metal radio frequency filter for use in a telecommunications satellite, the filter, a culmination of the research funded by the European Space Agency, was created using a direct-metal-printing process.
2017-08-01
The prevalence of counterfeits, coupled with the critical nature of aviation components, has spawned an industry of supply chain verification technology and services.
2017-05-05
NASA has selected proposals for the creation of two multi-disciplinary, university-led Space Technology Research Institutes (STRIs) that will focus on the development of technologies critical to extending human presence deeper into our solar system. The new STRIs will bring together researchers from various disciplines and organizations to collaborate on the advancement of cutting-edge technologies in bio-manufacturing and space infrastructure.

Related Items

Technical Paper / Journal Article
1989-09-01
Technical Paper / Journal Article
1989-09-01
Technical Paper / Journal Article
1989-09-01
Training / Education
2017-10-31
Training / Education
2017-10-27
Training / Education
2017-11-01
Technical Paper / Journal Article
1989-09-01
Technical Paper / Journal Article
1989-09-01