SPK® Tooling System
|Type||Component Stability||Surface Quality||Milling Cutter|
|Corner Milling||PFK90TN for 90°|
|Groove Milling||PFK90TN for|
|Rogh Milling||PFK90TN for 90°|
Milling Cast Iron Materials with Ceramic, PcBN and Cermet Cutting Materials
Milling with ceramic cutting materials, CBN and Cermet has been one of the well-engineered machining technologies for many years. Modern ceramic cutting materials and HPC milling cutters are today able to offer maximum performance and process reliability. However, practical use shows that milling with carbide inserts remains the primary field of application and is often the reason why many users forgot essential technical and economic benefits in spite of all these systems have to offer. The SPK® Whitepaper “Milling Cast Iron Materials with Ceramic, CBN and Cermet Cutting Materials” deals with this topic and details the best methods of face milling cast iron components together with the right milling cutter using Ceramic, CBN and Cermet inserts. It covers subjects such as milling different cast iron materials (CGI, ADI, etc.), cutting parameters for ceramic cutting materials, CBN and Cermet and the milling application method in detail.
The SPK® Whitepaper “Milling Cast Iron Materials with Ceramic, CBN and Cermet Cutting Materials” is available in digital format as a PDF file for downloading. If you are interested in receiving a copy, please visit this request page and complete the form there. Once you have registered, you will receive an email with a link to your download.
Milling with SPK® ceramic cutting materials offers outstanding potential in productivity and cost-cutting at high process reliability. According to the machining requirements and the workpiece situation, SPK® provides milling systems with negative or positive insert geometries – either with wedge or screw clamping. Milling systems with height adjustable insert seats have a particularly wide application range. Thereby a large number of fast and precise face milling tasks can be performed. SPK® milling tools can be equipped with different coated and uncoated inserts depending on the task at hand.