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The production process of carbide inserts
Tungsten carbide inserts, also known as cutter heads, are made from hard compounds of refractory metals and bonded metals through a powder metallurgical process, from powder to inserts, sounds unbelievable, Zhuzhou Jinxin takes you into the production process of cemented carbide inserts and unveils the mystery!
Carbide inserts are pressed from the blended powder, the metal powder will be further polished out of the required particles after the addition of ethanol, water and organic binder, the grinding process alone will take 8-55 hours, the ground mixture is dried by hot nitrogen, and then sent to the laboratory for testing, after passing the test will be sent to the press, according to the different shapes of the blade to be pressed, the pressure of the pressed blade The pressure of the pressed bit can reach up to 12 tons, after that the bit will be sent into the sintering furnace for hardening treatment, the hardness of the sintered bit is already comparable to diamond, next the bit will be finely polished by different grinders, the cutting edge will be processed to get the right shape to achieve the maximum wear resistance for the required processing. Finally the bit is coated with a thin layer of plating and after passing inspection, the carbide bit passes automated inspection and then we laser mark the material on the bit and finally package it. The carbide inserts box is marked with product information, serial number and date, which is a promise of superior quality and service to the user.
Tungsten carbide inserts is one of the main products of Zhuzhou Jinxin, the company insists on honesty, cooperation and win-win, enterprise development not only serve customers well, maintain customer interests, pay more attention to the development of cooperation with suppliers, now establish a perfect, close supply system. With strong supply capacity, fast delivery guarantee, stable product quality, partners all over the world.
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