The availability of Tungsten Carbide blanks in various forms

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Published on March 14, 2014

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The availability of Tungsten Carbide blanks in various forms: The availability of Tungsten Carbide blanks in various forms Tungsten carbide is well known for its toughness with the basic product consisting of fine tungsten carbide particles having the features of hard and abrasion resistant constituent bonded with tough, comparatively soft, metallic cobalt. Tungsten carbide can be supplemented or substituted with other hard constituents such as the carbides or nitrides of other refractory metal, such as titanium, chromium, vanadium, molybdenum or harnium independently or in combination. The cobalt can also be alloyed with or substituted by nickel, nickel-molybdenum or similar metallic elements. Tungsten carbide blanks therefore retains the same characteristics or features of tungsten carbide.   Drawing dies with tungsten carbide blanks inside are cost effective solution for a variety of wire processing applications. Carbide dies are being used quite successfully and in a regular manner for a wide variety of wire processing applications. Carbide dies as such are now used in wire drawing (round and shaped), bunching, guiding, stranding, and split die applications. Usually tungsten carbide dies are used for manufacturing rod or wire in highly abrasive and high carbon material areas where Polycrystalline diamond (PCD) dies are not cost effective. These dies are often used in short run applications where trials, testing or small lots are desired. These dies can be made in a wide range of sizes from 0.127 to 76.2mm or larger.   PowerPoint Presentation: The tungsten carbide blanks are available in various sizes and as per the requirements of the customers or clients. These blanks comes with hardness >89.5 HRA with density of about 14.6-14.8 g/cm3. The YG8 square solid tungsten carbide blanks are used in geological and mining tool applications. The blanks are also available as cemented carbide rectangular blanks. For cutting tools and mill, there exists the YG15 (The recommended application include for making press mold under the condition of biggish impact load) YG8 (The recommended application is to control non-ferrous metal wire or with a diameter less than 50 mm. It is also recommended to be used to make disk cutter and processing wood and light metal flats.) The square type blanks have good bending strength and better hardness. These come with various grades such as YG6, YG20C, YG6X, YG8 etc.  

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