CNC Carbide Machining Inserts For Steel Rough Turning Circle Carbide Inserts

Basic Information
Place of Origin: CHINA
Brand Name: MMM
Certification: ISO 9001
Model Number: ISO Standard Type Series
Minimum Order Quantity: 10 PCS
Price: USD
Packaging Details: Internal Plastic Box Packaging
Delivery Time: 5-15 Days
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T
Supply Ability: 1,000,000 PCS/Month
Detail Information
Material: Cemented Carbide Coating: CVD Coating
Processing Material: ISO P , Steel Application: Rough Turning For Steel
Standard: ISO Grade: Various
Type: ISO Standard Type Series Chipbreaker: M-Level Accuracy, Strong Blade
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Product Description

CNC Carbide Turning Inserts for Steel Rough Turning with ISO Standard Type Series



  • The Core Competitive Products.
  • Have Excellent Performance & Superior Cost Performance.




  • ISO P materials, the first choice for roughing of various steel.


Technical Information:

  • Steel is the largest material group in the metal cutting range.
  • Generally, steel has good machinability, but the specific properties vary greatly depending on the hardness of the material and the carbon content.
  • The machinability of steel varies depending on its alloying elements, heat treatment and manufacturing processes (forging, casting, etc.).
  • For the use of turning recommendations, steel can be divided into non-alloy steel, low alloy steel and high alloy steel.
    • Non-alloy steel:
      • Material classification: P1.1
      • Non-alloy steels include steels with a carbon content of 0.55% or less.
      • For low carbon steel (<0.25%), due to the difficulty of chip breaking and the tendency of bonding, special care should be taken during processing.
      • For non-alloy steels with higher carbon content, the processing characteristics are similar to those of low alloy steels.
    • Low-alloy steel:
      • Material classification: P2.x
      • Low alloy steel is the most commonly used material in metal cutting. Such materials include both soft and hard materials (below HRc 50).
      • The machinability of low alloy steel depends on the alloy content and heat treatment (hardness).
      • For low hardness materials, the most common types of wear are crater wear and flank wear.
      • Hard materials generate more heat in the cutting area, so plastic deformation is a common type of wear.
      • Hard material cutting tools require extremely high heat and flank wear resistance, so for these processes, cast iron machining grades can be used.
    • High alloy steel:
      • Material classification: P3.x
      • High alloy steels include carbon steel with a total alloy content of more than 5%.
      • High alloy steel includes both soft and hard materials (below HRc 50).
      • Cutting performance decreases as the alloy content and hardness increase.


Feature Advantage:

  • With special sintering technology, the impact resistance and wear resistance of the cutting edge are enhanced to improve the resistance of the cutting edge.
  • The unique cutting edge skeleton design achieves the perfect combination of blade toughness and resistance to plastic deformation.
  • The blade adopts special surface technology, which greatly improves the surface quality of the insert, effectively reduces the cutting force, reduces the bonding between the insert surface and the material to be processed, and greatly improves the stability of the insert.


  • Chipbreaker, PR:
    • M-class precision chipbreaker type.
    • Lightweight roughing preferred chipbreaker type.
    • Metal removal rate and edge economy can be combined.


  • Grades:








Equivalent Grade






TiCN & Al2O3 CVD Coatings

  • Have improved wear resistance and improved wear resistance.
  • They are ideal for high-speed cutting of steel parts to semi-finishing.
  • The cutting speed can be increased by more than 25%.
  • The tool life can be increased by more than 30% at the same cutting speed.













TiCN & Al2O3 CVD Coatings

  • It has strong resistance to plastic deformation and edge strength, and is the universal choice for steel from finishing to roughing.
  • Stable performance under high removal rate cutting parameters or under harsh working conditions, and can achieve more environmentally friendly dry cutting.












TiCN & Al2O3 CVD Coatings

  • It has strong toughness and resistance to plastic deformation.
  • It is an ideal grade for efficient roughing and gravity turning of steel under severe conditions.


  • Types:
    • ISO standard turning inserts are available in a variety of conventional types
    • Different insert arcs of various types (R0.2, R0.4, R0.8, R1.2)

Negative Insert











C CNMG1204 * -PR
C CNMG1606 * -PR
C CNMG1906 * -PR
D DNMG1504 * -PR
D DNMG1506 * -PR
S SNMG1204 * -PR
S SNMG1506 * -PR
S SNMG1906 * -PR
T TNMG1604 * -PR
T TNMG2204 * -PR
V VNMG1604 * -PR
W WNMG0604 * -PR
W WNMG0804 * -PR


Positive Insert











C CCMT09T3 * -PR
C CCMT1204 * -PR
D DCMT11T3 * -PR
S SCMT09T3 * -PR
S SCMT1204 * -PR
T TCMT16T3 * -PR
T TCMT2204 * -PR
V VBMT1604 * -PR
V VCMT1604 * -PR



Recommended Cutting Parameters:

  • The following cutting parameters are the recommended range values. Appropriate adjustments and selections should be considered after considering the following factors:
    • Specific physical properties of the material being processed
    • The actual condition of the part blank
    • Power and rigidity of the machine tool
    • Clamping rigidity of tools and workpieces
    • Balance between tool life and machining efficiency




Processing Range









P Finishing (-PF) MC2115 200 - 500 0.05 - 0.35 0.3 - 2.0
P Semi-Finishing (-PM) MC2125 180 - 480 0.15 - 0.5 1.5 - 5.0
P Roughing (-PR) MC2135 130 -380 0.3 - 0.8 3 - 15
P Heavy Turning (-HPR) MC2135 100 - 240 0.5 - 1.5 5-15



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