Top grades for hard-part turning

AMOct18Products - sandvik
AMOct18Products - sandvik

Sandvik Coromant is set to release two new grades for interrupted hard-part turning operations, CB7125 and CB7135.

The latest Sandvik Coromant grades provide the ability to perform medium-to-heavy interrupted cuts and remove the hardened layer (depth of cut up to 2mm) in case- and induction-hardened steel components, typically for the automotive industry. Here, CB7125 and CB7135 offer longer and more consistent tool life, good levels of surface finish and consistent dimensional tolerances.

Available for T-Max P, CoroTurn 107 and CoroTurn TR tooling systems, the new grades come in both positive and negative basic shapes, with various edge preparations.

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