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Ceramic Inserts High Performance

Part Number: 862-
Ceramic Inserts High Performance
CCM CDH CNG CNG CNV CNM CPG DNG DNM RCG RNG RPM SNG SNM SPG SPK SPM TEK TNG TNM TPG TPK VNG WNG WNM, White Alumina Ceramic,Black Ceramnic,Silicon Nitride,Wiskered Ceramic
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Comparison Chart for all CERAMIC Grades

CDT  CC-10 CC-20 CC-30 CC-30-SC
Greenleaf GEM &9 GEM 2&3 GEM 2&3  
Kennametal K-060 K-090 K-090 Kyon 4400
Kyocera (Ceratip) SN-56, SN-60 & 80 A-65, CER II A-65, CER II A66N
NTK CX-3, HC-1 HC-2, HC-6 HC-5 ZC-4
SPK SN-60, SN-80 SH-20-F SH-1  
Sandvik CC-620 CC-650 CC-650  
Sumitomo W-80 NB-90-S NB-90-S  
Toshiba LX-A LX-21 LX-21 LX-11
Valenite Q-44 Q-32 Q-32  

Silicon Nitride Whisker Comparison Chart

Competitor Grades: CDT Grades 1st Choice 2nd Choice
Kyon 1540 CC-5477  
Kyon 3500 CC-516 CC-514
     
Sandvik cc690 CC-516 CC-514
Sandvik cc1690 CC-516-SC CC-514-SC
Sandvik cc6090 CC-510 CC-515
     
NTK Sx5, Sx9 CC-5477  
NTK Sx8, Sx6 CC-516 CC-514
NTK SP1, SP2 CC-516-SC CC-514-SC
     
Toshiba FX105 CC-510 CC-516, CC-514
     
Indexable MW-43 CC-510 CC-515
     
Ceratip KS-6000 CC-516 CC-513
Ceratip KS-500 CC-514 CC-510
     
Valenite Q6 CC-516 CC-514
Valenite Q65 CC-510  
     
SPK SL-500 CC-510 CC-515
SPK SL-250-C CC-516-SC CC-514-SC

Whisker Ceramic Comparison Chart

Competitor Grades: CDT Grades 1st Choice 2nd Choice
Greenleaf WG-300 CC-600  
     
NTK WA1 CC-600  
     
Sandvik cc670 CC-600  


Some of the more common problems faced by those not familiar with the use of ceramic toolbits are:

Chipping - Probable Causes

  • lack of rigidity
  • not enough chamfer on cutting edge
  • chipbreaker too narrow
  • chatter
  • scale or inclusions
  • improper grinding
  • too much relief
  • defective or burred toolholder or shim seat

Cratering - Probable Causes

  • chipbreaker set too tight
  • nose radius too large
  • side cutting edge angle too great

Cracking or Breaking - Probable Causes

  • insert surfaces not flat
  • insert not seated solidly
  • stopping workpiece while tool is engaged
  • worn or chipped cutting edges
  • feed to heavy
  • improperly applied coolant
  • too much rake or relief
  • too much overhang or tool too small
  • lack of rigidity in setup
  • speed too slow
  • too much variation in depth of cut
  • chatter
  • grinding cracks
  • defective or burred toolholder or shim seat

Chatter - Probable Causes

  • tool not on center
  • insufficient relief and/or clearance
  • too much rake
  • too much overhang or tool too small
  • nose radius too large
  • feed to heavy
  • lack of rigidity
  • insufficient power, or slipping clutch

Torn Finish - Probable Causes

  • lack of rigidity
  • dull tool
  • speed too slow
  • chipbreaker too narrow or too deep
  • improper grinding

Excess Wear - Probable Causes

  • speed too high or feed too light
  • speed too low
  • nose radius too large
  • improper grinding

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