TyCarb2013

Catalogue 2013 Turning • Milling • End Mills

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Indexable Carbide Inserts

General Turning

RP15TC (P10-P25, K10-K25) Grade for highest cutting speeds for fine to medium turning, Vc = 590 - 980 sfm. Due to the special K coating this grade is extremely wear resistant. For continuous cut. As alternative, also applicable with cast iron.

RP25K (P15-P35, M15-M35) (Universal Turning Grade.) Main grade for machining steel materials and easily machinable stainless steels at medium cutting speeds. Vc = 490 - 720 sfm, for light interrupted cut. This general purpose grade is characterized by the properties of high durability and excellent toughness across a wide range of applications. RP40K (P25-P40, M25-M40) A combination of an extremely tough carbide with the new "Nanolock MT-CVD layer". Guarantees maximum performance in heavy interrupted cutting. Vc = up to 490 sfm. RM35D (M25-M35) Main grade for turning of austenitic stainless steels at medium to high cutting speeds, Vc = up to 490 sfm. Applicable also for super alloys. RK10 (K05-K20) Cast iron turning grade for the area K10. Optimal for machining GG and GGG materials. Possible cutting speeds for GG up to Vc 1200 sfm. Perfectly suitable for dry machining. RK20 (K10-K25) Cast iron turning grade for the area K15. Optimal for machining GG and GGG materials. Possible cutting speeds for GG up to Vc 1200 sfm. Perfectly suitable for dry machining. AS15 (S05-S20) Special submicron grade for machining super alloys such as Inconel, titanium, etc., particularly suitable for interrupted cut. Also suitable for austenitic stainless steel.

AS15F (S05-S20) A submicron grade with thin PVD-coating and special cutting edges guarantee high performance on small components.

TK10MP (N05-N20, S05-S10) The ideal grade for working aluminum materials and other non-ferrous metals. Thanks to a very thin micropulse plasma CVD TiAlN coating is also excellent for finish machining of stainless steels and grey cast iron. RTK20 (N05-N15) Classic micro-grain uncoated hard metal grade for machining aluminum materials and other Non Ferrous metals as well as grey cast iron at medium to high cutting speeds, even under unfavourable machining conditions.

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Screw Lock Positive Geometry

Positive Geometry

Parameters

Applications

Description

Depth of cut Inch

P M

0 .039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394" .039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394"

DOC 0.040"- 0.157" FPR 0.008" - 0.025"

SCT – Copy turning and general machining for tool and die steel as well as stainless. Free cutting geometry allows for higher feed rates, especially suitable for swiss style machines.

SCT

Feed IPR

Depth of cut Inch

P M

DOC 0.010"- 0.085" FPR 0.002"- 0.011"

TMF – Finishing geometry for steel and stainless in the ISO positive style inserts. Produces excellent finishes at light depth of cut and feeds.

TMF

0

Feed IPR

Depth of cut Inch

P M

.039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394"

DOC 0.030"- 0.315" FPR 0.006"- 0.020"

TMU – General purpose machining in the ISO positive style insert geometries. Excel- lent all around performance in all steel and stainless steel materials.

TMU

0

Feed IPR

Depth of cut Inch

.039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394"

M

DOC 0.012"- 0.315" FPR 0.003"- 0.029"

RAL – Main chipbreaker for aluminum, brass, copper etc. Up-sharp polished edges delivers high shearing action and reduces built up edge. May also be used for light finishing in stainless steel and titanium al- loys.

N S

RAL

0

Feed IPR

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Pin Lock Negative Geometry

Negative Geometry

Parameters

Applications

Description

P

Depth of cut Inch

.039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394"

DOC 0.079"- 0.472" FPR 0.016"- 0.063"

HR – Single sided insert for extreme rough- ing in steel and stainless. Extra strong design for high feeds and depths of cut.

HR

0

Feed IPR

P

Depth of cut Inch

.039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394"

DOC 0.050"-0.354" FPR 0.010"-0.039"

GR – Double sided roughing geometry for all steels. Stable cutting edge can take inter- ruptions at elevated feed rates and depths of cut.

GR

0

Feed IPR

P

Depth of cut Inch

.039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394"

DOC 0.030"-0.315" FPR 0.006"-0.020"

TMU – Universal geometry for turning steel. Available in ANSI negative and ISO positive style inserts. The “go-to” edge for most applications.

K

TMU

0

Feed IPR

P

Depth of cut Inch

0 .039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394" .039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394"

DOC 0.020"- 0.157" FPR 0.003" - 0.016"

MFM – Finishing geometry for ANSI nega- tive inserts. Produces excellent results at low depth of cut and low feed rates. May be used in steel and stainless steel.

MFM

Feed IPR

P M

Depth of cut Inch

STU – Like the SCT edge except chipgroove is on both sides of the radius thereby eliminating the need for right and left hand inserts. May be used for internal and exter- nal machining as well as facing. Free cutting design delivers great performance at high feed rates. Available in grades to machine steel, stainless and high temperature alloys.

DOC 0.040"- 0.157" FPR 0.008" - 0.025"

S

STU

0

Feed IPR

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Pin Lock Negative Geometry

P M Negative Geometry

Parameters

Applications

Description

Depth of cut Inch

0 .039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394" .039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394"

DOC 0.040"- 0.157" FPR 0.008"- 0.025"

SCT – Copy turning and general machin- ing of tool and die steel as well as stainless. Free cutting geometry allows for higher feed rates, especially suitable for swiss style machines.

SCT

Feed IPR

Depth of cut Inch

M

DOC 0.050"- 0.300" FPR 0.012"- 0.031"

MMR – Stainless steel roughing in the nega- tive ANSI insert series. Edge prep is perfect for use in gummy materials and is strong enough to withstand interrupted cuts. May be used in high temperature alloys.

MMR

0

Feed IPR

Depth of cut Inch

0 .039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394" .039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394"

M

DOC 0.050"- 0.197" FPR 0.006" - 0.016"

MM – Medium machining for stainless steel and high temperature alloys. Freer cutting than the MMR edge, produces excellent surface finishes.

MM

Feed IPR

Depth of cut Inch

M

DOC 0.030"- 0.157" FPR 0.003" - 0.014"

MMF – Finish machining of stainless steel at low depth of cut and low feed rates.

MMF

0

Feed IPR

Depth of cut Inch

.039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394"

DOC 0.050"- 0.394" FPR 0.010" - 0.040"

GRK – Medium to rough machining in cast iron materials. The strong cutting edge holds up well in interrupted cuts and pro- vides for the best surface finishes.

K

GRK

0

Feed IPR

7

Pin Lock Negative Geometry

Negative Geometry

Parameters

Applications

Description

Depth of cut Inch

0 .039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394" .039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394"

M

DOC 0.039"- 0.236" FPR 0.006"- 0.016"

HTR – Our first choice for roughing high temperature alloys, titanium and stainless steel. Excellent chip control and cutting per- formance handles interrupted cuts at higher feed rates.

HTR

S

Feed IPR

Depth of cut Inch

M

HTM – The best edge for general machin- ing of high temperature alloys, titanium and stainless steel. Positive edge style is very free cutting and produces excellent surface finishes. The best choice for materials such as Inconel, Waspaloy etc.

DOC 0.040"- 0.130" FPR 0.004" - 0.014"

HTM

S

0

Feed IPR

Depth of cut Inch

.039" .079" .118" .157" .197" .236" .276" .315" .354" .394"

M

DOC 0.020"- 0.157" FPR 0.003" - 0.012"

HTF – The finishing edge for the high temperature alloy series. May be used in titanium and stainless steel in light depth of cut and light feed applications.

HTF

S

0

Feed IPR

zz

8

Indexable Carbide Inserts

General Turning

m 1

80

7

CCGT-...-SCT

CNGG-...-HTM

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

CCGT-21.51L-SCT

CNGG-431-HTM

1/64

1/64

.504 1/2 .187 .203

CCGT-21.51R-SCT CCGT-21.52L-SCT CCGT-21.52R-SCT CCGT-32.51L-SCT CCGT-32.51R-SCT CCGT-32.52L-SCT CCGT-32.52R-SCT CCGT-432L-SCT CCGT-432R-SCT CCGT-433L-SCT

CNGG-432-HTM

1/32

.252 1/4 .094 .110

CNGG-433-HTM

3/64

1/32

1/64

.381 3/8 .156 .173

CNGG-...-HTR

1/32

Designation

l

d

s

r

1/32

.504 1/2 .187 .217

CNGG-432-HTR

1/32

.504 1/2 .187 .203

3/64

CNGG-433-HTR

3/64

CCGT-433R-SCT

m 1

80

7

CCMT-...-TMF

CNGG-...-STU

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

CCMT-21.51-TMF

1/64

CNGG-432-STU

.504 1/2 .187 .203 1/32

.252 1/4 .094 .110

CCMT-21.52-TMF

1/32

CCMT-32.51-TMF

1/64

.381 3/8 .156 .173

CCMT-32.52-TMF

1/32

CCMT-431-TMF

.504 1/2 .187 .217 1/64

CNMA- ...

m 1

80

7

CCMT-...-TMU

Designation

l

d

s

r

ød 1

l

r

CNMA-432

1/32

s

ød

m

.504 1/2 .187 .203

CNMA-433

3/64

Designation

l

d

s

r

CNMA-644

.760 3/4 .250 .312 1/16

CCMT-21.50.5-TMU

.008

CCMT-21.51-TMU

1/64

.252 1/4 .094 .110

CCMT-21.52-TMU

1/32

CCMT-32.51-TMU

1/64

CNMG-...-GR

.381 3/8 .156 .173

CCMT-32.52-TMU

1/32

CCMT-431-TMU

1/64

.504 1/2 .187 .217

Designation

l

d

s

r

CCMT-432-TMU

1/32

CNMG-432-GR

1/32

CNMG-433-GR

3/64

.504 1/2 .187 .203

CNMG-434-GR

1/16

CNGG-...-HTF

CNMG-542-GR

1/32

CNMG-543-GR

3/64

.634 5/8 .250 .250

Designation

l

d

s

r

CNMG-544-GR

1/16

CNMG-643-GR

CNGG-431-HTF

3/64

1/64

CNMG-644-GR

CNGG-432-HTF

1/16

.760 3/4 .250 .312

1/32

.504 1/2 .187 .203

CNMG-646-GR

CNGG-433-HTF

3/32

3/64

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Indexable Carbide Inserts

General Turning

CNMG-...-MMR

CNMG-...-GRK

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

CNMG-432-MMR

1/32

CNMG-432-GRK

1/32

.504 1/2 .187 .203

CNMG-433-MMR

3/64

CNMG-433-GRK

3/64

.504 1/2 .187 .203

CNMG-543-MMR

.634 5/8 .250 .250 3/64

CNMG-434-GRK

1/16

CNMG-643-MMR

.760 3/4 .250 .312 3/64

CNMG-543-GRK

3/64

.634 5/8 .250 .250

CNMG-544-GRK

1/16

CNMG-...-SCT

CNMG-...-HTM

Designation

l

d

s

r

CNMG-431L-SCT

1/64

CNMG-431R-SCT CNMG-432L-SCT CNMG-432R-SCT CNMG-433L-SCT

Designation

l

d

s

r

CNMG-431-HTM

1/64

.504 1/2 .187 .203

1/32

.504 1/2 .187 .203

CNMG-432-HTM

1/32

CNMG-433-HTM

3/64

3/64

CNMG-433R-SCT

CNMG-...-TMF

CNMG-...-MFM

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

CNMG-431-TMF

1/64

.504 1/2 .187 .203

CNMG-431-MFM

1/64

CNMG-432-TMF

1/32

.504 1/2 .187 .203

CNMG-432-MFM

1/32

CNMG-...-TMU

CNMG-...-MM

Designation

l

d

s

r

CNMG-322-TMU

.382 3/8 .125 .150 1/32

CNMG-432-TMU

1/32

Designation

l

d

s

r

CNMG-433-TMU

3/64

.504 1/2 .187 .203

CNMG-432-MM

1/32

.504 1/2 .187 .203

CNMG-434-TMU

1/16

CNMG-433-MM

3/64

CNMG-542-TMU

1/32

CNMG-543-MM

.634 5/8 .250 .250 3/64

CNMG-543-TMU

3/64

.634 5/8 .250 .250

CNMG-544-TMU

1/16

CNMG-643-TMU

3/64

.760 3/4 .250 .312

CNMG-644-TMU

1/16

CNMG-...-MMF

CNMG-...-WIP

Designation

l

d

s

r

CNMG-321-MMF

.382 3/8 .125 .150 1/64

Designation

l

d

s

r

CNMG-431-MMF

1/64

CNMG-432-WIP

1/32

CNMG-432-MMF

1/32

.504 1/2 .187 .203

.504 1/2 .187 .203

CNMG-433-WIP

3/64

CNMG-433-MMF

3/64

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Indexable Carbide Inserts

General Turning

m 1

80

7

CNMM-...-HDR

DCGT-...-SCT

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

CNMM-856-HDR

1.015 1.0 .312 .359 3/32

DCGT-21.50.2FL-SCT

.003

CNMM-866-HDR

1.015 1.0 .375 .359 3/32

DCGT-21.50.2FR-SCT

.003

.305 1/4 .094 .148

DCGT-21.50.6FL-SCT

.006

DCGT-21.50.6FR-SCT

.006

CNMM-...-HR

DCGT-32.50.6FL-SCT

.006

DCGT-32.50.6FR-SCT

.006

.457 3/8 .156 .173

DCGT-32.50.9FL-SCT

.014

Designation

l

d

s

r

DCGT-32.50.9FR-SCT

.014

CNMM-432-HR

1/32

.504 1/2 .187 .203

CNMM-433-HR

3/64

CNMM-543-HR

3/64

m 1

80

7

.634 5/8 .250 .250

DCMT-...-TMF

CNMM-544-HR

1/16

ød 1

l

r

CNMM-643-HR

3/64

s

ød

m

CNMM-644-HR

1/16

.760 3/4 .250 .312

Designation

l

d

s

r

CNMM-646-HR

3/32

DCMT-21.51-TMF

.305 1/4 .094 .148 1/64

DCMT-32.51-TMF

.457 3/8 .156 .173 1/64

CNMM-...-SR

m 1

80

7

DCMT-...-TMU

ød 1

l

Designation

l

d

s

r

r

s

ød

m

CNMM-644-SR

1/16

.760 3/4 .250 .312

Designation

l

d

s

r

CNMM-646-SR

3/32

DCMT-21.51-TMU

.305 1/4 .094 .148 1/64

DCMT-32.51-TMU

1/64

.457 3/8 .156 .173

DCMT-32.52-TMU

1/32

m 1

80

7

DCGT-...

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

m

DNGG-...-HTF

Designation

l

d

s

r

DCGT-21.50.2

.003

.305 1/4 .094 .148

Designation

l

d

s

r

DCGT-21.50.6

.006

DCGT-32.50.6

.006

DNGG-431-HTF

1/64

.457 3/8 .156 .173

DCGT-32.50.9

.014

.610 1/2 .187 .203

DNGG-432-HTF

1/32

DNGG-433-HTF

3/64

DNGG-441-HTF

1/64

m 1

80

7

DNGG-442-HTF

1/32

.610 1/2 .250 .203

DCGT-...-SCT

ød 1

l

DNGG-443-HTF

3/64

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

DCGT-21.51L-SCT

DNMA- ...

.305 1/4 .094 .148 1/64

DCGT-21.51R-SCT DCGT-32.51L-SCT DCGT-32.51R-SCT DCGT-32.52L-SCT

1/64

Designation

l

d

s

r

.457 3/8 .156 .173

DNMA-432

1/32

1/32

.610 1/2 .250 .203

DCGT-32.52R-SCT

DNMA-433

3/64

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Indexable Carbide Inserts

General Turning

DNMG-...-GR

DNMG-...-MMF

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

DNMG-432-GR

1/32

DNMG-331-MMF DNMG-441-MMF DNMG-442-MMF

.457 3/8 .187 .156 1/64

.610 1/2 .187 .203

DNMG-433-GR

3/64

1/64

.610 1/2 .250 .203

1/32

DNMG-442-GR

1/32

DNMG-443-GR

3/64

.610 1/2 .250 .203

DNMG-444-GR

1/16

DNMG-...-MMR

DNMG-...-GRK

Designation

l

d

s

r

DNMG-442-MMR

1/32

.610 1/2 .250 .203

DNMG-443-MMR

3/64

Designation

l

d

s

r

DNMG-432-GRK

1/32

.610 1/2 .187 .203

DNMG-...-SCT

DNMG-433-GRK

3/64

DNMG-442-GRK

1/32

.610 1/2 .250 .203

DNMG-443-GRK

3/64

Designation

l

d

s

r

DNMG-331L-SCT DNMG-331R-SCT DNMG-332L-SCT DNMG-332R-SCT DNMG-431L-SCT DNMG-431R-SCT DNMG-432L-SCT DNMG-432R-SCT DNMG-441L-SCT DNMG-441R-SCT DNMG-442L-SCT

1/64

DNMG-...-HTM

.457 3/8 .187 .156

1/32

Designation

l

d

s

r

1/64

.610 1/2 .187 .203

DNMG-431-HTM

1/64

1/32

DNMG-432-HTM

1/32

.610 1/2 .187 .203

DNMG-433-HTM

3/64

1/64

DNMG-441-HTM

1/64

.610 1/2 .250 .203

DNMG-442-HTM

1/32

.610 1/2 .250 .203

1/32

DNMG-442R-SCT

DNMG-443-HTM

3/64

DNMG-...-TMF

DNMG-...-MFM

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

DNMG-331-TMF DNMG-332-TMF DNMG-431-TMF DNMG-432-TMF DNMG-441-TMF DNMG-442-TMF

1/64 1/32 1/64 1/32 1/64 1/32

.457 3/8 .187 .156

DNMG-331-MFM

1/64

.457 3/8 .187 .156

DNMG-332-MFM

1/32

.610 1/2 .187 .203

DNMG-432-MFM

.610 1/2 .187 .203 1/32

DNMG-441-MFM

1/64

.610 1/2 .250 .203

.610 1/2 .250 .203

DNMG-442-MFM

1/32

DNMG-...-TMU

DNMG-...-MM

Designation

l

d

s

r

DNMG-332-TMU DNMG-432-TMU DNMG-433-TMU DNMG-442-TMU DNMG-443-TMU DNMG-444-TMU

.457 3/8 .187 .156 1/32

Designation

l

d

s

r

1/32 3/64 1/32 3/64 1/16

DNMG-332-MM

.457 3/8 .187 .156 1/32

.610 1/2 .187 .203

DNMG-432-MM

.610 1/2 .187 .203 1/32

DNMG-442-MM

1/32

.610 1/2 .250 .203

.610 1/2 .250 .203

DNMG-443-MM

3/64

12

Indexable Carbide Inserts

General Turning

m 1

80

7

SCMT-...-TMF

DNMG-...-WIP

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

SCMT-32.51-TMF

1/64

DNMG-443-WIP

.610 1/2 .250 .203 3/64

.375 3/8 .156 .173

SCMT-32.52-TMF

1/32

m 1

80

7

SCMT-...-TMU

ød 1

l

DNMM-...-HR

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

SCMT-32.52-TMU

.375 3/8 .156 .173 1/32

SCMT-432-TMU

1/32

DNMM-442-HR

1/32

.500 1/2 .187 .217

SCMT-433-TMU

3/64

.610 1/2 .250 .203

DNMM-443-HR

3/64

DNMM-444-HR

1/16

SNMA- ...

m 1

80

7

RCMX- ...

Designation

l

d

s

r

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

SNMA-432

1/32

m

.500 1/2 .187 .203

SNMA-433

3/64

Designation

l

d

s

r

SNMA-434

1/16

RCMX-1003MO

--

.394 .125 .150 --

SNMA-644

.750 3/4 .250 .312 1/16

RCMX-1204MO

--

.472 .187 .165 --

SNMA-856

1.000 1.0 .313 .359 3/32

RCMX-1606MO

--

.630 .250 .205 --

RCMX-2006MO

--

.787 .250 .256 --

SNMG-...-GR

RCMX-2507MO

--

.984 .311 .283 --

RCMX-3209MO

--

1.260 .375 .374 --

Designation

l

d

s

r

m 1

80

SNMG-432-GR

1/32

7

.500 1/2 .187 .203

SCMT- ...

ød 1

SNMG-433-GR

3/64

l

r

s

ød

SNMG-643-GR

3/64

m

.750 3/4 .250 .312

SNMG-644-GR

1/16

Designation

l

d

s

r

SCMT-431

.500 1/2 .187 .217 1/64

SNMG-...-GRK

m 1

80

7

Designation

l

d

s

r

SCMT- ...-BSR

ød 1

l

SNMG-432-GRK

1/32

r

.500 1/2 .187 .203

s

ød

m

SNMG-433-GRK

3/64

SNMG-643-GRK

3/64

Designation

l

d

s

r

.750 3/4 .250 .312

SNMG-644-GRK

1/16

SCMT-864-BSR

1/16

1.000 1.0 .375 .339

SNMG-866-GRK

1.000 1.0 .375 .359 3/32

SCMT-866-BSR

3/32

SNMG-...-HTF

m 1

80

7

SCMT- ...-CPR

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

SNMG-432-HTF

1/32

.500 1/2 .187 .203

SNMG-433-HTF

3/64

SCMT-866-CPR

1.000 1.0 .375 .339 3/32

13

Indexable Carbide Inserts

General Turning

SNMM

SNMG-...-HTR

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

SNMM-854

1/16

SNMG-432-HTR

1/32

1.000 1.0 .313 .359

.500 1/2 .187 .203

SNMM-856

3/32

SNMG-433-HTR

3/64

SNMG-...-MFM

SNMM-...-HDR

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

SNMG-321-MFM

.375 3/8 .125 .150 1/64

SNMM-644-HDR

1/16

.750 3/4 .250 .312

SNMM-646-HDR

3/32

SNMG-...-MM

SNMM-...-HR

Designation

l

d

s

r

SNMG-432-MM

1/32

.500 1/2 .187 .203

SNMG-433-MM

3/64

Designation

l

d

s

r

SNMM-432-HR

1/32

SNMG-...-MMF

.500 1/2 .187 .203

SNMM-433-HR

3/64

SNMM-543-HR

3/64

.625 5/8 .250 .250

SNMM-544-HR

1/16

Designation

l

d

s

r

SNMM-643-HR

3/64

SNMG-321-MMF

.375 3/8 .125 .150 1/64

SNMM-644-HR

1/16

.750 3/4 .250 .312

SNMM-646-HR

3/32

SNMG-...-MMR

SNMM-648-HR

1/8

Designation

l

d

s

r

m 1

80

7

SNMG-432-MMR

1/32

TCGT-...-SCT

.500 1/2 .187 .203

ød 1

l

SNMG-433-MMR

3/64

r

s

ød

m

SNMG-643-MMR

.750 3/4 .250 .312 3/64

Designation

l

d

s

r

SNMG-...-TMF

TCGT-21.51L-SCT

.433 1/4 .094 .110 1/64

TCGT-21.51R-SCT TCGT-32.51L-SCT TCGT-32.51R-SCT TCGT-32.52L-SCT

1/64

Designation

l

d

s

r

.650 3/8 .156 .173

SNMG-431-TMF

.500 1/2 .187 .203 1/64

1/32

TCGT-32.52R-SCT

SNMG-...-TMU

m 1

80

7

TCMT-...-TMF

ød 1

Designation

l

d

s

r

l

r

s

ød

m

SNMG-432-TMU

1/32

.500 1/2 .187 .203

Designation

l

d

s

r

SNMG-433-TMU

3/64

TCMT-21.50.5-TMF

.008

SNMG-542-TMU

.625 5/8 .250 .250 1/32

.433 1/4 .094 .110

TCMT-21.51-TMF

SNMG-643-TMU

1/64

.750 3/4 .250 .312 3/64

14

Indexable Carbide Inserts

General Turning

m 1

80

7

TCMT-...-TMU

TNMG-...-TMF

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

TCMT-21.51-TMU

1/64

TNMG-331-TMF

1/64

.433 1/4 .094 .110

.650 3/8 .187 .150

TCMT-21.52-TMU

1/32

TNMG-332-TMF

1/32

TCMT-32.51-TMU

1/64

.650 3/8 .156 .173

TCMT-32.52-TMU

1/32

TNMG-...-TMU

TNMA- ...

Designation

l

d

s

r

TNMG-332-TMU

1/32

Designation

l

d

s

r

.650 3/8 .187 .150

TNMG-333-TMU

3/64

TNMG-334-TMU

1/16

TNMA-332

1/32

.650 3/8 .187 .150

TNMG-432-TMU

1/32

TNMA-333

3/64

.866 1/2 .187 .203

TNMG-433-TMU

3/64

TNMA-432

.866 1/2 .187 .203 1/16

TNMM-...-HR

TNMG-...-MFM

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

TNMM-332-HR

.650 3/8 .187 .150 1/32

TNMG-331-MFM

1/64

TNMM-432-HR

1/32

.650 3/8 .187 .150

TNMG-332-MFM

1/32

.866 1/2 .187 .203

TNMM-433-HR

3/64

TNMG-333-MFM

3/64

d

TNMG-...-MM

TPMR-...-TMP

S

r

l

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

TNMG-332-MM

1/32

TPMR-221-TMP

1/64

.650 3/8 .187 .150

.433 1/4 .125 --

TNMG-333-MM

3/64

TPMR-222-TMP

1/32

TNMG-432-MM

1/32

TPMR-321-TMP

1/64

.866 1/2 .187 .203

.650 3/8 .125 --

TNMG-433-MM

3/64

TPMR-322-TMP

1/32

m 1

80

TNMG-...-MMF

7 5

VBMT

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

TNMG-331-MMF

1/64

.650 3/8 .187 .150

VBMT-331

1/64

TNMG-332-MMF

1/32

.653 3/8 .187 .173

VBMT-332

1/32

VBMT-333

3/64

TNMG-...-SCT

m 1

80

7

VCGT

ød 1

Designation

l

d

s

r

l

r

s

ød

m

TNMG-331L-SCT

1/64

Designation

l

d

s

r

TNMG-331R-SCT TNMG-332L-SCT

.650 3/8 .187 .150

VCGT-220.2

.003

.437 1/4 .125 .110

1/32

TNMG-332R-SCT

VCGT-220.6

.006

15

Indexable Carbide Inserts

General Turning

WNGG-...-HTF

m 1

80

7

VCMT-...-TMF

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

WNGG-332-HTF

.256 3/8 .187 .150 1/32

VCMT-221-TMF

.437 1/4 .125 .110 1/64

WNGG-431-HTF

1/64

VCMT-331-TMF

1/64

.653 3/8 .187 .173

WNGG-432-HTF

1/32

.339 1/2 .187 .203

VCMT-332-TMF

1/32

WNGG-433-HTF

3/64

m 1

80

7

WNGG-...-HTM

VCMT-...-TMU

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

WNGG-431-HTM

1/64

VCMT-331-TMU

1/64

.653 3/8 .187 .173

.339 1/2 .187 .203

WNGG-432-HTM

1/32

VCMT-332-TMU

1/32

WNGG-433-HTM

3/64

WNMA- ...

VNMG-...-HTF

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

WNMA-432

1/32

VNMG-331-HTF

1/64

.339 1/2 .187 .203

.653 3/8 .187 .150

WNMA-433

3/64

VNMG-332-HTF

1/32

WNMG-...-GR

VNMG-...-MFM

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

WNMG-432-GR

1/32

VNMG-332-MFM

.653 3/8 .187 .150 1/32

WNMG-433-GR

3/64

.339 1/2 .187 .203

WNMG-434-GR

1/16

WNMG-...-GRK

VNMG-...-TMF

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

WNMG-432-GRK

1/32

VNMG-331-TMF

1/64

.339 1/2 .187 .203

.653 3/8 .187 .150

WNMG-433-GRK

3/64

VNMG-332-TMF

1/32

WNMG-...-HTM

VNMG-...-TMU

Designation

l

d

s

r

l

d

s

r

Designation

WNMG-431-HTM

1/64

VNMG-332-TMU

1/32

.339 1/2 .187 .203

WNMG-432-HTM

1/32

.653 3/8 .187 .150

VNMG-333-TMU

3/64

WNMG-433-HTM

3/64

16

Indexable Carbide Inserts

General Turning

WNMG-...-MFM

WNMG-...-TMU

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

WNMG-331-MFM

WNMG-332-TMU

1/64

.256 3/8 .187 .150 1/32

.256 3/8 .187 .150

WNMG-332-MFM

WNMG-432-TMU

1/32

1/32

WNMG-431-MFM

WNMG-433-TMU

1/64

3/64

.339 1/2 .187 .203

WNMG-432-MFM

WNMG-434-TMU

1/32

1/16

.339 1/2 .187 .203

WNMG-433-MFM

3/64

WNMG-...-WIP

WNMG-...-MM

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

WNMG-432-WIP

1/32

.339 1/2 .187 .203

WNMG-332-MM

.256 3/8 .187 .150 1/32

WNMG-433-WIP

3/64

WNMG-432-MM

1/32

WNMG-433-MM

3/64

.339 1/2 .187 .203

WNMG-434-MM

1/16

WNMG-...-MMF

Designation

l

d

s

r

WNMG-432-MMF

.339 1/2 .187 .203 1/32

WNMG-...-MMR

Designation

l

d

s

r

WNMG-432-MMR

1/32

.339 1/2 .187 .203

WNMG-433-MMR

3/64

WNMG-...-SCT

Designation

l

d

s

r

WNMG-431L-SCT

1/64

WNMG-431R-SCT WNMG-432L-SCT WNMG-432R-SCT WNMG-433L-SCT

.339 1/2 .187 .203

1/32

3/64

WNMG-433R-SCT

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Aluminum Inserts

General Turning

m 1

80

7

CCGT-...-RAL

m 1

80

7

ød 1

VCGT-...-RAL

l

ød 1

r

l

s

ød

m

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

CCGT-21.50.5-RAL

.008

.252 1/4 .094 .110

VCGT-220.5-RAL

.008

CCGT-21.51-RAL

1/64

.437 1/4 .125 .110

VCGT-221-RAL

1/64

CCGT-32.50.5-RAL

.008

VCGT-330.5-RAL

.008

CCGT-32.51-RAL

1/64

.382 3/8 .156 .173

VCGT-331-RAL

1/64

CCGT-32.52-RAL

1/32

.654 3/8 .187 .173

VCGT-332-RAL

1/32

CCGT-431-RAL

1/64

.504 1/2 .187 .217

VCGT-333-RAL

3/64

CCGT-432-RAL

1/32

VCGT-43.58-RAL

.870 1/2 .219 .217 .118

m 1

80

7

DCGT-...-RAL

m 1

80

ød 1

7 11

l

VPGT-...-RAL

r

ød 1

s

l

ød

m

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

Designation

l

d

s

r

DCGT-21.50.5-RAL

.008

.305 1/4 .094 .148

VPGT-43.54-RAL

.870 1/2 .219 .217 1/16

DCGT-21.51-RAL

1/64

DCGT-32.50.5-RAL

.008

DCGT-32.51-RAL

1/64

.457 3/8 .156 .173

DCGT-32.52-RAL

1/32

m 1

80

7

WCGT-...-RAL

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

m

m 1

80

7

RCGT-...-RAL

Designation

l

d

s

r

ød 1

l

r

WCGT-32.50.5-RAL

.008

s

ød

m

.256 3/8 .156 .173

WCGT-32.51-RAL

1/64

Designation

l

d

s

r

WCGT-32.52-RAL

1/32

RCGT-0602MO-RAL

--

6mm .094 .110 --

WCGT-431-RAL

1/64

.339 1/2 .187 .217

RCGT-0803MO-RAL

--

8mm .125 .134 --

WCGT-432-RAL

1/32

RCGT-1003MO-RAL

--

10mm .125 .157 --

m 1

80

7

SCGT-...-RAL

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

SCGT-432-RAL

.500 1/2 .187 .217 1/32

m 1

80

7

TCGT-...-RAL

ød 1

l

r

s

ød

m

Designation

l

d

s

r

TCGT-21.51-RAL

.433 1/4 .094 .110 1/64

TCGT-32.51-RAL

.650 3/8 .156 .173 1/64

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Cutting Data for Turning Applications

RP15TC RP25K RP40K .004" .008" .008" .016" .008" .016"

Grade

FEED (in ipr)

Hardness HB

Work Material Unalloyed steel, cast steel and free cutting steel

Condition

Material Grp.

Cutting Speeds vc ft/min (vc for T = 15 minutes)

annealed

125

1

1599 1300 1177 956 670 550

< 0.25% C

annealed

> 0.25% C

190

2

1563 1219 1050 816 570 467

heat-treated

< 0.55% C

250

3

1362 1047 952 731 570 420

annealed

> 0.55% C

220

4

1203 894 809 601 420 350

P

heat-treated

300

5

920 663 605 436 305 250

annealed

Low alloy steel and cast steel

200

6

1258 952 868 657 460 375

heat-treated

275

7

1203 894 809 601 420 350

heat-treated

300

8

1056 774 702 514 360 295

heat-treated

350

9

920 663 605 436 305 250

annealed

200

10

1258 952 868 657 460 375

High alloy steel, cast steel & tool steel

heat-treated

325

11

920 663 605 436 305 250

RP25K RM35D AS15 .006 .012 .008 .016 .004 .008

Grade

FEED (in ipr)

Hardness HB

M Work Material

Condition

Material Grp.

Cutting Speeds vc ft/min (vc for T = 15 minutes)

ferritic / martensitic

180

12

585 488 360 295

400 Series Stainless steel and cast steel

martensitic

230

13

471 390 360 295

300 Series Stainless steel

austenitic

200

14

450 370 820 590

RK10

RK20

Grade

FEED (in ipr)

.004 .008 .016 .004 .008 .016

Hardness HB

Work Material

Condition

Material Grp.

Cutting Speeds vc ft/min (vc for T = 15 minutes)

ferritic/pearlitic

Grey cast iron

180

15

1105 884 709 1000 804 631

K

pearlitic

260

16

744 575 445 675 510 405

ferritic

Nodular cast iron

160

17

1183 975 803 1020 875 720

pearlitic

250

18

637 504 397 580 450 360

ferritic

130

19

1580 1329 1118 1375 1175 1080

Malleable cast iron

pearlitic

230

20

1105 884 709 1000 804 631

TK10MP

RTK20

Grade

FEED (in ipr)

.006

.012 .006

.012

Hardness HB

N Work Material Cast aluminum alloys

Condition

Material Grp.

Cutting Speeds vc ft/min (vc for T = 15 minutes)

Aluminum alloys wrought

60-100

21-22

1600

1300 1300

1100

75-130

23-25

2000

1500 1800

1400

Copper & copper alloys Non metallic materials

90-110

26-28

1800

1600 1625

1450

29-30

1200

900

975

870

RM35D

AS15

TK10MP

Grade

FEED (in ipr)

.004

.008

.002

.006 .002

.004

Hardness HB

Work Material High-temperature alloys, super alloys

Condition

Material Grp.

Cutting Speeds vc ft/min (vc for T = 15 minutes)

annealed

180

31

150

90

250

130

Fe - based

age hardened

280

32

100

70

220

95

S

annealed

250

33

120

90

250

150

Ni - or Co - based

age hardened

350

34

70

40

95

65

cast

320

35

100

70

160

195

annealed

Titanium, Ti alloys

36

300

150

120

100

pure titanium

alloys age hardened

alpha+beta

37

250

130

115

100

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Trouble Shooting for Turning Applications

Flank Wear General criteria for end of tool life, characterized by an admissible amount of flank wear. Figures usually relate to a tool life of T = 15 min. Remedy: • select more wear resistant grade • reduce cutting speed Notch Wear Occurs locally in the area of the primary cutting edge where it contacts the workpiece sur- face. Caused by hard surface layers and work-hardened burrs, especially on austenitic stain- less steels. Danger of breakage! Remedy: • strengthen cutting edge • select smaller approach angle (45°) • reduce feed Crater Wear Wear on the rake face, primarily characterized by crater depth. Not a tool-life criterion with modern coated carbide Inserts and positive chipbreaker geometries. Remedy: • use coated carbide grades • select positive Insert geometries • reduce cutting speed Edge Chipping Minor chipping along the cutting edge, usually accompanied by flank wear and therefore not always identifiable. Danger of breakage! Edge chipping outside the cutting area is the result of chip impact due to unfavorable chip removal. Remedy: • select tougher grade • use Insert with stronger cutting edge geometry • reduce feed when starting the cut Damage • varying feed Caused by • change chipbreaker geometry Chip Impact: • change approach angle Insert breakage Insert breakage usually means damage to tool and workpiece. Causes are varied and depend on machine and workpiece. Often originates in notches or excessive wear. Remedy: • select tougher grade • use Insert with stronger cutting edge geometry • select chipbreaker geometry for heavier chip sections • reduce feed and possibly also depth of cut

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Trouble Shooting for Turning Applications

Built-Up Edges Edge build-up occurs on the rake face as a result of the work material welding together with the cutting material, especially when cutting difficult-to-machine materials. From time to time the built-up edge will break off and may cause damage to the cutting edge. Built-up edges result in poor surface finish. Remedy: • increase cutting speed • use coated carbides or cermets • select positive cutting edge geometry • use cutting fluid Plastic Deformation Caused by overloading of the cutting edge combined with high machining temperatures. Danger of breakage! Remedy: • reduce cutting speed • lower feed • use a more wear-resistant carbide grade Thermal Cracks Small cracks running across the cutting edge, caused by thermal shock loads in interrupted cutting operations, particularly in milling. Danger of breakage! Remedy: • use grade with greater resistance to thermal shock • use compressed air to remove chips in slot milling Chip Control Effective chip control is essential for trouble-free operation. Key factors are work material, feed, and depth of cut. Too-short chips result in vibrations and cutting edge overloading. Danger of breakage! Remedy: • avoid too small depths of cut below 1x radius, except in finishing • if chips too long: select chipbreaker geometry for smaller chip sections or increase feed • if chips too short: select chipbreaker geometry for larger chip section or reduce feed • when form turning shoulders, check sequence of operations

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Trouble Shooting for Turning Applications

Surface Finish Surface roughness is a tool-life criteria often applied in finishing operations. It is affected by the configuration and condition of the cutting point, the cutting conditions, and the rigidity of the machining setup. Remedy: • increase cutting speed • reduce feed • avoid vibrations • increase radius • use cutting fluid

Chatter Marks Chatter marks or surface damage due to unfavorable chip flow call for special measures. Remedy: • vary feed slightly • select different chipbreaker geometry • change approach angle • check rigidity of tool and holding system

Shape & Dimensional Accuracy Shape and dimensional accuracy are affected by the condition of the overall machine-part-tool setup. Remedy: • select grade with adequate wear resistance • keep cutting forces low • check cutting parameters, including machining allowance • avoid unbalance • check rigidity of tool and work holding Vibrations, Instability Vibrations in the workpiece usually occur with thin-walled parts and non-rigid setups. Unbalance and excessive cutting forces also cause problems. Remedy: • select larger approach angle for the tool • change turning frequency (rpm) • use positive geometries • reduce chip cross section • use smaller radii Burring Burring cannot always be avoided when cutting steel workpieces. Chamfering operations should therefore be planned where possible. Remedy: • select Inserts with positive geometry • reduce approach angle • use sharpest possible cutting edges, e.g., cermets • check sequence of operations

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Technical Data for Turning

Finishing In finish turning exacting demands are placed on surface finish and part accuracy. To determine approximately the surface finish to be expected in turning with feeds > .004”, the following formula for theo- retical roughness height Rth can be used: Rth ~ 125000 x f 2 [ µin ] r

Theoretical roughness height Rth for feed f:

Radius

.004

.005

.006

.008

.010

.013

.016 .031 .047 .063

125

200 100

300 150 100

500 250 175 125

800 400 250 200

---

63 --- ---

700 450 350

63 ---

75

If the theoretical roughness height Rth is assumed to be roughly equal to Rz, the ten-point height (ISO), the roughness average Ra can be inferred, which however does not show a fixed relationship to Rz. A conversion ratio of Rz : Ra ~ 4 : 1 is generally appropriate.

Approximate reference values for the ratio Rz to Ra

Rz µin Ra µin

63 16

100

160

250

400 100

640 160

1000

24

40

63

250

Note: Good surfaces are achieved with: •

higher cutting speeds

• • • • • •

Inserts with sharp cutting edges

positive rake angles and chipbreaker geometries

use of cermets

rigid machining setups

use of easily machinable work materials

use of cutting fluid

Surface characteristics in the inch system (µin)

AA - arithmetic average ^ Ra CLA - centerline average ^ Ra RMS - root mean square ^ 1.1 x AA 1µin = 0.025 µm 1µm = 40 µin

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Toolholder Index

(C) Top Clamp The classic positive insert clamping system is designed to hold flat positive inserts, both with additional or sintered chipbreaker.

PG... 28

(D) Dimple Lock The "D" clamping sytem avoids insert movement during high feed or heavily interrupted machining, due to it's accurate indexing that holds the insert securely clamped.

PG... 29

(M) Double Lock The double lock system offers good rigidity in negative inserts clamping. It is the first choice for center hole negative ceramic and cermet inserts.

PG... 31

(S) Center Screw Since the advent of the TORX screw, it has been possible to hold with complete safety positive inserts with center hole. Our range covers all the screw fixing permutations.

PG... 37

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Toolholder Standard Designations

M 1

2 C

3 F

4 N

5 R

6 12

-

7 4

8 B

1) Holding Method C

2) Insert Shape C

D

E

D

M

S

K

R

S

Top Clamp Dimple Lock Double Lock Center Screw

T

V

W

3) Tool Style A

B

C

D

4) Insert Clearance Angle B C

E

F

G

H

N P

J

K

L

N

5° Positive 7° Positive 0° Negative 11° Positive

P

Q

R

S

5) Hand of Tool Right

Left

Neutral

T

V

X

Z

6) Shank Size Square Shanks: (A) & (B) shown in 1/16" increments Rectangular Shanks: First Digit: (A) shown in 1/8" increments Second Digit: (B) shown in 1/4" increments

7) Insert I.C. Size Insert I.C. (I.C.) shown in 1/8” increments

8) Tool Length B= 4.5 C= 5.0 D= 6.0 E= 7.0

Please Note: Cutter Designation R/L - Please choose right or left hand designation. Example ordering code: MCFNR 12-4B

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