December 21, 2018
Mitsubishi Materials Corporation, Metalworking Solutions Company (President - Shinichi Nakamura, Headquarters: Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo) has released the MB8100 series for high hardened steel turning.
MB8100 series is an un-coated grade that enables stable machining by preventing abnormal fracturing when turning high hardened steels. The resistance to fracturing is achieved by the substrate adopting the latest ultra micro-particle binder technology.
The MB8100 series grades are now available in addition to the BC8100 series in order to expand the application area for machining high hardened steels.
1. The MB8110 grade has the highest wear resistant properties of this series making it ideal for continuous cutting.
2. MB8120 provides excellent wear and fracture resistance and is suitable for a wider range of applications.
3. MB8130 has the highest fracture resistant properties and is ideal for heavy interrupted machining and unstable cutting conditions.