MTD404-TM Grooving Inserts for Stainless Steel with Cutting Brisk
- Cutting and grooving of difficult-to-machine materials such as stainless steel and high-temperature alloy
- Width: 4.0 mmA variety of series, to meet parting, external grooving, face grooving, profiling, turning and other processing needs.It meets various processing needs such as parting, grooving, profiling, and turning.The cutting process becomes lighter and the chip removal is smoother, achieving the desired surface quality.The same width insert can be matched with the corresponding various types of shank, with the minimum number of inserts, fully meet the requirements of grooving and turning of the outer circle, inner hole and end face, greatly reducing tool inventory cost and management cost.Considering different materials, working conditions and other complex requirements, a variety of insert structures, pressing, precision grinding series, to meet the needs of different applications.A reasonable mix of coatings for steel, stainless steel and cast iron machining.
- Grooving and parting are unique turning applications that are used in many machining applications and require specialized tools. These tools can be seen to some extent as an extension of ordinary turning.
- Grooving and parting operations should consider three different aspects to determine the best method and tooling solution:
- The replacement of worn inserts in a timely manner will cost the new inserts more economically than if they were excessively worn.
- Replace worn or damaged shank.
- Do not attempt to repair the tool holder.
- Cutting and grooving workpiece characteristics. Analyze the size and quality requirements for the groove to be machined: type of processing, depth of the groove, width of the groove, radius of the outer circle, quality requirements, etc.
- Workpiece material, shape and quantity.
- Whether the material has good chip breaking performance
- Production batch: single or batch grooving
- Whether the workpiece can be safely clamped
- Chip removal
- Machine parameters.
- Stability, power and torque, especially for larger parts
- Cutting fluid and coolant
- Whether high pressure coolant is needed for long chip material to break chip
- Speed limit
- Use all possible supports