Improve your performance in superalloys turning machining
What are Superalloys?
Superalloys (from the ISO S field) also known as heat resistant alloys (HRSA) are materials that maintain their mechanical characteristics, such as hardness and toughness at high temperatures.
No other material allows the combination of resistance to high temperature, resistance to orientation and resistance to creep, leading to the use of these materials in applications that seek good mechanical properties at high temperatures, exceeding 540ºC. These superalloys are mainly used in the aeronautical industry and in the gas turbine industry for power generation. They are also used in the petrochemical and biomedical sector especially due to their corrosion resistance.
This class of materials has a growing market and is extremely difficult to be machined, leading to a need for specific solutions for this field.
How did we respond to this challenge?
For semi-roughing and roughing operations a special geometry (altered 55° rhombic geometry) was developed, our patented DOMX. This insert allows machining with a entering angle close to 45° using a holder with a 93° entering angle.
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DOMX patented insert
Designed especially for HRSA, the new DOMX combined with the latest PHH technology, offers exceptional performance in exotic materials machining. When your material has high Ni or Co content DOMX is the choice!
PHH is a stable PVD coating that merges both high hardness and unmatched heat resistance.
The solution for stainless steel and HRSA, from medium turning to finishing, and for continuous to semi-interrupted turning.
First choice for HRSA.