Cutting tool inserts manufactured out of carbide are a critical metal cutting tool commodity used for boring, turning, cutoff, drilling, grooving, hobbing, milling and threading applications.
Carbide materials exhibit high hot hardness and excellent wear resistance. Carbide inserts are much harder than high-speed steel, making them an ideal metal cutting solution.
Milling inserts are replaceable bits that are used to machine tough some of the toughest materials. Some of the materials that they shape or cut are steel, stainless steel, cast iron, non-ferrous materials, Titanium, hardened steel, and plastic.