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Turning inserts

Cutting tools Tool inserts and grade for turning

Feb 10, 2017

The new FF2, FM2 and RM3 inserts for steel and cast iron provide very good chip control at low feed and depth of cut with a high quality machined surface finish.

Dormer Pramet has launched several new inserts and a grade to support turning in specific materials. The new chip breakers – developed under the company’s Pramet brand – target finishing and medium to roughing turning operations in steel and cast iron, high temperature alloys and stainless steel. The NF1 and NF2 positive chip breakers support
turning applications in stainless steel. The balanced shape of these new inserts offers excellent chip control, with low cutting forces promoting both high durability and productivity. The new FF2, FM2 and RM3 inserts for steel and cast iron provide very good chip control at low feed and depth of cut with a high quality machined surface finish. Pramet’s new SF2 and SF3 positive inserts provide a highly secure and dependable option for turning applications in high temperature alloys. In addition to the new assortment of inserts, a new grade, T7325 for turning stainless steels has also been launched. Also suitable for interrupted cutting, the T7325 grade features a functional gradient substrate and special MT-CVD coating.

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