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A cemented carbide is a composite material comprised of individual tungsten carbide grains imbedded in a ductile metal binder matrix of either cobalt or nickel. The physical and metallurgical properties of a particular ‘grade’ of carbide are determined by…
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There are 5 factors that can increase die punch tool life and profitability, ensuring fabricators get the most out of their die punch tools, avoid tool wear, and punch proper shapes. To get the most out of your punching tools, avoid tool wear, and punch…
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In this article, we are talking about some ways of failure of carbide wear components. Carbide wear components could fail in a number of different ways. Unfortunately, there is no “a best” grade of carbide for all wear applications. Replacing one grade…
Ways of Failure of Carbide Wear Components
Ways of Failure of Carbide Wear Components
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Tungsten was discovered by Juan José and Fausto Elhuyar, Spanish chemists and brothers, in 1783 in samples of the mineral wolframite ((Fe, Mn)WO4). Today, tungsten is primarily obtained from wolframite and scheelite (CaWO4) using the same basic method…
Tungsten carbide is extremely hard
Tungsten carbide is extremely hard
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Carbide material are extremely hard by their inherent nature. The most typical carbides used in the tooling industry are Tungsten Carbide, Titanium carbide and tantalum Carbide.They are formed from powders into sintered forms with different shapes as…
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What is Die/Mould? A die is a specialized tool used in manufacturing industries to cut or shape material mostly using a press. Like molds, dies are generally customized to the item they are used to create. Products made with dies range from simple paper…
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Various tests have been devised to evaluate the wear characteristics of hard materials. One of these, ASTM G65, tests dry abrasion resistance- silica sand is rubbed against the specimen by a rubber wheel. The abrasive action highlights another source of…
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When you are designing a wear part ( punch and die etc. ), which material would you choose? The first carbide for a wear-resistant part application was invented in Germany in 1913. It was produced from two carbide, tungsten and molybdenum, and the part…
Wear Parts: Cemented Carbide or Ceramic?
Wear Parts: Cemented Carbide or Ceramic?
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What is Tungsten Carbide? Tungsten Carbide begins as a distributed mixture of tungsten carbide powder (WC) and a small amount of binder powder, which is generally cobalt (Co). The mixture is processed, shaped and sintered. The sintering process liquefies…
Tungsten Carbide
Tungsten Carbide
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Inspection of Tungsten Carbide Punch and bushings.
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