CVD Coated Grade for Steel Turning
Bringing the Ultimate High Speed
"Super" Nano Texture Technology
The standard Nano Texture Technology has been improved and developed to be an industry leading standard for crystal growth of Al2O3 coatings. This Super Nano Texture Technology increases tool life and wear resistance due to the fine, dense crystal growth process.
The Super TOUGH-Grip layer has finer crystal grains that enhance the strength of the adhesion between the coating layers.
Protection Against Sudden Fracturing
Cracks that occur during unstable machining are prevented due to the relaxing of the tensile stress in the coating. MC6100 series has an 80% reduction in coating tensile stress compared to conventional CVD inserts.
Cracks are generated in the surface of coatings during machining. They propagate through the coating into the substrate due to the large tensile stress in the coating structure. This creates one of the main causes of sudden insert breakage.
MC6100 Series has a much lower level of stress than conventional CVD coatings due to the surface treatment. This divides the force of impacts during machining and protects from sudden fracturing.
CVD Coated Grade for Steel Turning MC6125
First recommended grade for steel turning.
Increasing tool life with stable performance over
a wider range of applications.
Special Smooth Surface Treatment
MC6125 uses a new surface treatment for the cutting edge for increased stability. Additionally, the seating faces also have a special smooth surface treatment that provides improved clamping stability to enable a wider range of applications.
Machining S45C : Comparison of Wear Resistance
The surface treatment has improved stability and provided longer tool life.
CVD Coated Grade for Steel Turning MC6115
MC6115 improves high speed machining and
process efficiency with a dramatic increase in
resistance to wear and heat.
Improved Outer Coating (Layer)
The outer layer of MC6115 restricts chip welding thereby improving the dimensional accuracy and surface roughness of components. This also enables easy recognition of whether the corner can continue machining.
Example when machining Scr420H
When comparing the high edge strength MH breaker with a conventional low resistance chip breaker, it shows that MC6115 accomplishes both high welding and wear resistance.
Machining SCr420H : Comparison of Wear Resistance During Continuous Wet Cutting
The thick coating exclusively for MC6125 highly suppresses early wear.
Comparison of Toughness During Interrupted Cutting
Provides stable cutting under severe cutting conditions that are likely to cause sudden fracturing.
Machining S45C : Comparison of Wear Resistance During Continuous Dry Cutting
The "Super" Nano Texture Technology increases tool life even when dry cutting by suppressing crater wear.
Machining SUJ2 : Comparison of Wear Resistance During Continuous Wet Cutting
The thick coating provides high flank wear resistance.