• Special tough fibrous structure improves wear and fracture resistance.
  • It covers a wide application range and thus reduces the number of tools required.


  • PVD coating prolongs tool life when compared to cemented carbide under the same cutting conditions.
  • Coating of tools with sharp edges is possible without softening or changing the quality of the subsrate.

Selection Standard



Grade Characteristics

For machining of steels and stainless steels


The micro-grain wear resistant Al2O3 and fibrous TiCN layers deliver excellent wear resistance in high speed cutting. Use of a specially developed cemented carbide that provides superior resistance to fracture and thermal cracking prevents the cutting edge from sudden fracturing.

For machining of stainless steel


MP7030 has a multi-layer coating based on newly developed Ti-compound. It provides superior wear and fracture resistance in stainless steel machining.
A special tough cemented carbide substrate gives excellent performance in machining of difficult-to-cut materials such as stainless steel.

Heat-resistant Alloy, Cutting for Titanium Alloy


An enhanced super fine cemented carbide substrate has increased toughness while maintaining hardness.
The Al-Ti-Cr-N accumulating coating ensures optimum heat and wear resistance. The combination of these properties gives excellent fracture resistance and welding resistance because of low coefficient of friction when machining titanium alloy.


The new technology Al-(Al, Ti)N coating provides stabilisation of the high hardness phase and succeeds in dramatically improving wear, crater and welding resistance.