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Brazingcemented carbide. Brazingcemented carbideto steel requires temperatures >450°C. Brazing bonds are... Screws incemented carbide. Through holes in carbide for screws present no problem, but threads are very expensive to...Techniquesfor joiningcemented carbidewith other materials. ...

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  • WO2014122306A2   Cemented carbide material and method of

    WO2014122306A2 Cemented carbide material and method of

    The equivalent total carbon (ETC) content of thecemented carbidematerial with respect to WC is between around 6.3 wt.% to around 6.9 wt.% and thecemented carbidematerial is substantially free of eta-phase and free carbon. There is also disclosed amethodof producing such a …

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  • Cemented Carbide Tools: Types and Applications

    Cemented Carbide Tools: Types and Applications

    Cemented carbide tools(which are very suitable for machining cast iron, non-ferrous metals and such non-metallic substances as plastics and marble) are formed by pressing mixture oftungsten carbideand cobalt together in hydraulic press and then heating the compact in a hydrogen atmosphere. Tungsten carbide is an extremely hard substance.

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  • Tungsten Cemented Carbide Sintering Method   Hubei Fotma

    Tungsten Cemented Carbide Sintering Method Hubei Fotma

    Cemented carbide sinteringis the most basic and critical process in the production process, and it is also the last process.Sintering methodsand equipment have a huge impact on the product. Conventional sintering methods include hydrogen sintering, vacuum sintering, hot isostatic pressing, vacuum subsequent hot isostatic pressing, sintering hot isostatic pressing, etc., followed by microwave sintering, and microwave sintering has become a new development incemented carbide…

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  • Stress, strain and strain rate cemented carbide properties

    Stress, strain and strain rate cemented carbide properties

    Cemented carbide materialsare key in tool manufacturing, nowadays widely used in cutting, forming and other manufacturing processes. Commonly applied methods for obtaining their strain-rate dependent material properties are insufficient due to the high hardness, mechanical strength and low deformability.

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  • US2133867A   Cemented carbide composition   Google Patents

    US2133867A Cemented carbide composition Google Patents

    carbidechromium cobalt hardnesscemented carbidePrior art date 1937-04-17 Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the status listed.) Expired - Lifetime Application number US137551A Inventor Lucas George

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  • Cemented carbide microstructures: a review   ScienceDirect

    Cemented carbide microstructures: a review ScienceDirect

    Apr 01, 2019· The first patents about cemented carbides were issued in 1923 to the German company “Osram Studiengesellschaft” for a method by K.Schröter(German patent DRP 420689) to produce hard materials by pressing and sintering.

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  • Carbide Cutting Tools & Cemented Carbide Products | Batalent

    Carbide Cutting Tools & Cemented Carbide Products | Batalent

    Cemented carbide is a kind of powder metallurgy product, which is mainly composed of high hardness refractory metal carbide (WC or TiC) micro powder and sintered in vacuum sintering furnace or HIP sintering furnace. The metal element cobalt (CO), nickel (Ni), molybdenum (MO) are used as binder. Within the field of engineering materials,cemented carbidesplay a crucial role as they combine high …

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  • ASTM B406   96(2015) Standard TestMethodfor Transverse

    ASTM B406 96(2015) Standard TestMethodfor Transverse

    Significance and Use 3.1 This test method is used as a means of determining the quality of cemented carbide grade powders by measuring their sintered strength. It is performed on test specimens prepared to specified shape, dimensions, and surface finish; test specimens may be …

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  • Heat Treatment of TungstenCarbideProducts   MeetyouCarbide

    Heat Treatment of TungstenCarbideProducts MeetyouCarbide

    May 22, 2019· Carbide is made by the method of powder metallurgy from the refractory metal hard compound and the metal bonding phase. The commonly used hard compounds are carbides. As the hard alloy for cutting tools, commonly used WC, TiC, TaC, NbC, etc., the binder is Co, and the strength of the cemented carbide mainly depends on the content of Co.

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  • Coatedcemented carbidecutting tool andmethodof coating

    Coatedcemented carbidecutting tool andmethodof coating

    Coated cemented carbide cutting tool and method of coating it with diamond 1. A body of cemented carbide comprising 4-12 wt-% binder phase coated with at least one wear resistant layer, the body... 2. The body according to claim 1 wherein said WC platelets show a length [L] to thickness [T] ratio of ...

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  • Cementedcarbides Mitsubishi

    Cementedcarbides Mitsubishi

    Cemented carbideis a tool material that has all properties necessary for cutting tools, including hardness and strength.Cemented carbideis made by powdered tungstencarbide(WC), mixing cobalt (Co) powder in it as a binder, and sintering the mixture.

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  • The Manufacturing Process forCementedTungsten Carbides

    The Manufacturing Process forCementedTungsten Carbides

    The Manufacturing Process for Cemented Tungsten Carbides A complete guide to the manufacturing process for cemented tungsten carbides is presented in this paper. Tungsten carbide is a compound formed by the reaction of tungsten metal powder and carbon powder at temperatures of 2,600-2,700°F.

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  • Characteristics ofCemented Carbide  MeetyouCarbide

    Characteristics ofCemented Carbide MeetyouCarbide

    May 22, 2019· Cemented carbide is made of refractory metal hard compound (hard phase),which is generally a carbide, and metal binder (binding phase)obtained by powder metallurgy method,. As a hard alloy for cutting tools, the commonly used carbides are tungsten carbide (WC), titanium carbide (TiC), and tantalum carbide (TaC), niobium carbide (NbC), etc.

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  • Mechanical strength ofcemented carbide| ALL ABOUT

    Mechanical strength ofcemented carbide| ALL ABOUT

    To obtain accurate values with cemented carbide, a modified specimen geometry must be used in order to overcome the edge and contact effects associated with a simple cylindrical test piece. When the load is applied, there is first an elastic deformation, but prior to fracture, there will also be a certain amount of plastic deformation.

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  • Standard TestMethodfor Hardness Testing ofCementedCarbides

    Standard TestMethodfor Hardness Testing ofCementedCarbides

    1. Scope 1.1 This test method covers the hardness testing of cemented carbides by use of a Rockwell hardness tester... 2. Referenced Documents (purchase separately)

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  • A comparative analysis of ceramic andcemented carbideend

    A comparative analysis of ceramic andcemented carbideend

    May 29, 2020· Cemented carbide tools are sintered at a temperature of around 1275–1400 °C, while ceramics are sintered at approximately 1700 °C [ 15, 16 ]. Based on Ashby, metal powder and ceramic powder forming processes both require an average of 25 MJ/kg [ 17 ].

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  • Hardness ofcemented carbide| ALL ABOUTCEMENTED CARBIDE

    Hardness ofcemented carbide| ALL ABOUTCEMENTED CARBIDE

    Hyperion Materials & Technologies manufactures cemented carbides with a range of hardnesses to solve your needs. The Vickers method is based on indenting a polished carbide surface with a diamond pyramid. The hardness is inversely proportional to the size of impression

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  • Sampling and AnalyticalMethods| Tungsten and Cobalt in

    Sampling and AnalyticalMethods| Tungsten and Cobalt in

    The Co component of cemented tungsten carbides has often been attributed as the etiological agent for certain occupational diseases observed in the tungsten carbide industry (5.1, 5.2). For these reasons, the sampling and analysis of Co was included in this method. Air samples are taken in the breathing zone of workplace personnel.

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  • ASTM B311   17 Standard TestMethodfor Density of Powder

    ASTM B311 17 Standard TestMethodfor Density of Powder

    1.1 This test method covers the determination of density for powder metallurgy (PM) materials containing less than two percent porosity and for cemented carbides. This test method is based on the water displacement method. Note 1: A test specimen that gains mass when immersed in water indicates the specimen contains surface-connected porosity.

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  • US Patent forCemented carbidebody andmethodPatent

    US Patent forCemented carbidebody andmethodPatent

    May 08, 2012· Amethodof producing acemented carbidebody provides: (1) a grain refiner compound comprising a grain refiner and carbon and/or nitrogen, and, (2) a grain growth promoter, on at least one portion of the surface of a compact of a WC-based starting material comprising one or more hard-phase components and a binder, and then sinters the compact.

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  • Properties and Testing ofCementedCarbides | IntechOpen

    Properties and Testing ofCementedCarbides | IntechOpen

    Jan 26, 2016· With their hardness levels close to 85 HRC, cemented carbides belong to the class of hard materials. As a result, the main method used for shaping them after sintering is grinding. In the production of cemented carbide tools, the grinding operation provides the desired tool geometry.

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