Ultra Hard Cutting Materials

Monocrystalline diamond (MCD), Polycrystalline diamond (PCD), CVD-D diamond, cubic boron nitride (PCBN)

Definition of ultra hard cutting materials

Definition of ultra hard cutting materials

All cutting materials that are classified above carbides, cermets and cutting ceramics on the hardness scale.

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Application of ultra hard cutting materials

Application of ultra hard cutting materials

Choosing the right application is crucial when it comes to maximising the huge potential of PCBN and diamond cutting materials in manufacturing.

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PCBN TIPPED TOOLS

The use of high-performance CBN tools is an economical alternative to conventional tools for hardened steels. They achieve a particularly long service life due to their high hardness and heat resistance and have established themselves as a solution for numerous applications.

PCD/CVD-D tipped tools

PCD and CVD-D tools have become particularly important in modern machining. The hardest cutting material in the world achieves superior performance by increasing cutting speed and wear resistance compared to conventional cutting materials.

MCD tipped tools

MCD tools are ideal for finish machining of non-ferrous metals and their alloys, precious metals such as gold and platinum or transparent and fibre-free plastics such as PA, PP, PMMA and PC.