On October 19,

BHC8120 adopts a newly developed coating and CHBN matrix with good abrasion resistance and high cutting edge toughness. It is highly efficient in the general use process and provides extended tool life, which requires less tool changes. In addition, BHC8120 is particularly effective for the interruption processing of highly hardened steel, which is usually used in auto parts.

The introduction of BHC8120 introduces the existing BHC8110 level. The freshman year also expanded the new program. Overall, the BHC81 range is well suited for more extensive processing applications.

The characteristics of the new coating CHBN, BHC8120, used for high quenching hard steel turning

  1. The newly developed TiAlN coating will prevent the peeling of the coating by improving the welding resistance. The adhesion of the improved CHBN surface improves wear resistance and shear resistance.
  2. The dispersion of the new super particle binder in BHC8120 prevented the development of linear crack that could lead to sudden rupture.
  3. The unique particle activation sintering method for further development of products improves purity and provides stable processing for the wide range of workpiece materials and applications.

Series expansion – coated CHBN class added to GHY series, slotting system

On October 19,

The existing GHY series has received a good reception as a slotted system that provides the ultimate rigidity and unique clamping technique known as trilocks. This modular support system is highly efficient.

The CHBN BHC8110 of the coating can prevent the development of linear crack, so that the production of high quenching steel can achieve the stable tool life. This new level has been added to the GHY series to complement the existing slot tools.

The characteristics of the coating CHBN BHC8110 are used for high quenching steel turning

  1. Special ceramic coating for new product development can improve wear and anti-stripping performance.
  2. The dispersion of new ultra-fine grained binder on BHC8110 prevents the development of linear crack that can lead to sudden rupture.