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Heavy Duty Machining

Stellram速 tooling solutions for all your heavy duty machining requirements.


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The ATI Advantage • Stainless steels, titanium and titanium alloys, nickel based alloys, silicon electrical steels, armor materials and tool steels.

• Gray and ductile iron casting.

• Titanium based alloys, nickel based and cobalt based alloys, specialty alloys.

• Zirconium, hafnium, niobium, titanium alloys.

• Carbon and alloy steel forgings.

• Specialised machining and finishing for titanium mill products.

SOLUTIONS FOR DIFFICULT TO MACHINE MATERIALS


CONTENTS

HEAVY MACHINING AS DEFINED BY PROCESS:

• Bar Peeling - an extremely efficient method for sizing and finishing surfaces on round material stock.

• General Purpose - tooling for any of a group of applications utilizing heavy depths of cut or cuts that require greater than average horsepower draw.

• Railway - tooling built specifically for machining railway wheels and axles. In terms of wheel processing they are usually defined by group, such as “New” wheel tooling for machining newly cast or forged wheels; or “RWRT” (railway wheel returning) tooling for machining used wheels, and Form Milling tooling for milling the form of used railway wheels.

• Roll Turning - turning the hard surfaces

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Machining Materials

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Geometry User Guide

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Negative Insert Geometries

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Bar Peeling

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Bar Peeling Economics

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General Purpose

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Railway

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Roll Turning

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ISO Insert Designation

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ANSI Insert Designation

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Heavy Duty Insert Range

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Grade Descriptions

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Grade Classification Chart

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Ceramic Grade Information

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Heavy Duty Toolholders

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Technical Information

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Materials Cross Reference Chart

of sheet metal or paper mill rolls. Where surface hardness can reach 65 HRc, these turning operations are often good candidates for ceramic cutting tools.

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Machining Materials 8 star points represent each main group of machinable materials. Each segment has been color coded to identify the material group. Unalloyed Steels

P

Alloyed Steels

P Stainless Steels

M

PH Stainless

M

Cast Irons

K

Aluminum & Alloys

N

High Temperature Alloys

S

Hard Materials (52-56 HRC)

Star Guide

H Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

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P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials


Geometry User Guide

1st Choice Star Point will indicate the recommended insert for each material. Stellram’s Star Guide™ enables you to find the right insert for your machining requirements.

2 Negative Insert Geometries 2N Geometry Technical Information

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2N - Medium Roughing: Positive rake angle provides a positive cutting action and reduced cutting pressure, this makes 2N a good starting geometry for a wide range of application / materials.

0,152mm (0.006") 0,15 10°

Application Area:

Profile

MR (Medium Roughing)

Material:

3 1

Application information

2

Star Guide™ information – star points indicate the recommended materials related to the geometry.

3

Detail outline of geometry profile.

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Negative Insert Geometries 2N Geometry Technical Information 2N - Medium Roughing: Positive rake angle provides a positive cutting action and reduced cutting pressure, this makes 2N a good starting geometry for a wide range of application / materials.

Profile 0,152mm (0.006") 0,15 10째

Application Area:

MR (Medium Roughing)

Material:

3G Geometry Technical Information 3G - Light Roughing: Versatile all purpose geometry, used with light depths of cuts and feed rates for trouble free machining.

Profile 0.003" 0,076mm

Application Area:

(0.003")

15째

MR (Medium Roughing)

Material:

Star Guide

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

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P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials


Negative Insert Geometries 4M Geometry Technical Information 4M - Medium to Heavy Roughing: Single sided inserts for stability and strength with a soft cutting action, which allows for high feed rates.

Profile 0,152mm (0.006")

Application Area:

MR, HR (Medium Roughing, Heavy Roughing)

Material:

4T Geometry Technical Information 4T - Roughing: The heavier edge condition of the 4T chip breaker lends itself to more demanding operations, for example; interrupted machining where the extra edge strength is needed.

Profile 0,33mm (0.013")

Application Area:

MR, HR (Medium Roughing, Heavy Roughing)

Material:

5R Geometry Technical Information 5R - Heavy Roughing: Single sided insert with reinforced cutting edge and open face geometry, produces excellent chip control at high feed rates when machining Stainless Steels, High Nickel, High Cobalt and Titanium based alloys.

Profile 0,38mm (0.015") 12ยบ

Application Area:

MR, HR (Medium Roughing, Heavy Roughing)

Material:

Star Guide

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials

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Negative Insert Geometries 5V Geometry Technical Information 5V - Heavy Roughing: Negative cutting action with extra edge support for superb roughing performance with very heavy feeds and depths of cut.

Profile 0,127mm (0.005")

Application Area:

MR, HR (Medium Roughing, Heavy Roughing)

Material:

-91 Geometry Technical Information -91 - Light Roughing: Open, positive geometry produces excellent chip control with low cutting forces in high temperature alloys like titanium and inconel.

Profile ~3,18mm (~.13�)

Application Area:

MR (Medium Roughing)

Material:

-81 Geometry Technical Information -81 - Light to Medium Roughing: High feed bar peeling geometry having very open chip evacuation capability in combination with a very strong but sharp negative cutting edge for best productivity in most bar peeled materials.

Profile ~1,6/4,8mm (~.06/.19�)

Application Area:

MR (Medium Roughing)

Material:

Star Guide

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

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P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials


Bar Peeling

Bar peeling (bar turning) is the most efficient method for sizing and finishing surfaces on round material stock. Size of material can vary from 4mm (0.15”) to over 381mm (15”) in diameter. Bar peeling is also a process applied on thick walled tubing. Materials commonly machined in bar peeling are carbon steel, spring steel, stainless steels, high temperature alloys, titanium, aluminum, copper, and uranium. End users for bar peeled stock vary widely from automotive manufacturers to aerospace builders and tube manufacturers. When compared to conventional turning, bar peeling is a process which provides high productivity at a low production cost due primarily to the extremely rapid throughput rate common to this process. Where a single point turning tool may operate at a healthy 2,286 mm feed (.09”) per revolution a bar turner often runs between 9,525 mm (.375”) and 15,875 mm (.625”) feed per revolution - almost 7 times faster. The resulting surface finish and dimensional tolerancing from bar peeling often eliminates a requirement for further down stream processing.

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Bar Peeling Economics Whether investing in a new bar peeling lathe or considering a new job for an older machine or thinking of upgrading an older machine for your future demands, you will need to consider the requirements of your new opportunities in the way of surface finish, stock depth, dimensional tolerances and overall through put rates that will meet the increased productivity you require for your particular economic situation. The following is a formula for determining power draw for each cutting head which will enable you to determine how many cutting edges are feasible for your machine’s available horsepower – and therefore something about expected performance parameters. To calculate power required per cutting head:

Pc =

Where:

vc x ap x fr x kc 33,000

0.29

X

.016

(f )

= Hp x 0.7457=KW

r

Pc = power required at the cutting edge Vc = cutting speed in ft/min ap = max (total) radial cutting depth in inch f r = feed in inch/ revolution kc = “K” factor for work piece material (see page 35 for value) Hp = Resultant Power (Horsepower) KW = Kilo watts

For Hp to KW conversion multiply Horsepower (Hp) by 0.7457 to obtain Kilo Watts (KW). For holders having more than one insert (a rough and finish for example), the depth of cut ap is the sum of the cut depths from both inserts in the holder. The feed (fr) is considered to be that which provides the required surface condition. The resultant power (Hp) calculated is then multiplied by the number of holders to achieve the total power output requirement. This method of calculation affords a value having a 10% or less margin of error. Considerations should also include: • Average cutting depth as insert geometries are developed for optimal chip formation within specific cut depth ranges. It is always best to choose the center (mean) of the range for an insert meant for a particular group of materials to achieve best chip generation. • Radial step value between rough and finish inserts for those holders having both rough and finish inserts. A radial step of between 0,2 mm and 1,3 mm (.008” and .051”) should be maintained for optimized tool life and finish. • Proper holder/machine conditioning. If any or all of the components affecting the outcome of a bar peeling application “have seen better days” then it is highly likely that your desired outcome will not occur today.

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General Purpose

Tooling for any group of applications, utilizing heavy depths of cut and requiring greater than average horsepower draw.

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Railway Tooling built specifically for machining railway wheels and axles. In terms of wheel processing they are usually defined by group, such as ‘New’ wheel tooling for machining newly cast or forged wheels; or ‘RWRT’ (railway wheel re-turning) tooling for machining used wheels, or Form Milling tooling for milling the form of used railway wheels.

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Railway

Example of re-turning with LNUX 30 19 40 - 6R NL40 Cutting depth Feed Speed

Machine Type Stock removal

Use lower vc of 40m/min (120ft/min) when higher surface hardness, skid flats and shelled tread are encountered.

a p = 5-12mm (.197-.472 inch) f r = 1,5mm/rev (.059 inch/rev) vc = 50m/min (165 ft/min)

Cutting Speed m/min vc1 vc 2

Feed f r

ft/min vc1 vc 2

mm/rev

inch/rev .012-.059

Under-floor Lathe1) 50

90,5

165

297

0,3-1,5

Portal Lathe

50

90,5

165

297

0,51-1,80 .020-.071

Universal Lathe 2)

40,5 71,6

133

235

0,51-1,80 .020-.071

1) Restricted by power supply and friction drive installed 2) Restricted by power supply installed

Recommended values in vc1 table are to be used when machining the tread (section A in diagram). Higher speed and feed values from table section vc2 are to be used for flange copying (section B and C).

Application performance is dependant on many factors such as cutting speed, lead angle and work piece material quality and condition. The adjacent diagram offers ‘general rule’ recommendations for speed and feed rates that should be followed for best performance on referenced types of machine tools. Tabulated cutting data is recommended for machining usual railway wheel materials with ATI Stellram T22, SF30, NL30, or NL40 grades. When skid flats, built-up tread, shelled tread conditions are extreme the lower cutting speeds are recommended. Lower cutting speeds (vc1) are also recommended if wheels being returned are of a higher carbon content. Modifications to recommended feed rates should be kept to a minimum. Table data is valid when turning the tread (Section A of the diagram). Flange copying operations are made at higher cutting speeds (vc2) and feeds (Sections B & C of the diagram)

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Railway

PRODUCT INFORMATION

3.149

RAILROAD TOOLING FOR WHEEL MACHINING

THREAD PROFILING TOOL SHANK=

#10338R (EDP #003699) #10338L (EDP #003700) #15008L (OPTIONAL) #15008L(OPTIONAL)

CARTRIDGE=

#10341R (EDP #005250) #10341L (EDP #005251) #15007R (OPTIONAL) #10336L (OPTIONAL)

FLANGE TOPPING TOOL SHANK=

#10996R (EDP #003701) #10996L (EDP #003702) #15007R (OPTIONAL) #15007L (OPTIONAL)

MUSHROOM TURNING TOOL SHANK=

#10997R (EDP #) #11997L (EDP #)

TOOLHOLDER PARTS 1-INSERT=RRCH-65812 2-RETAINING SHIM=#10339 (EDP #003724) 3-LOCK PIN= SNL-68L (EDP #004718) 4-SEAT=LSN-65812 (EDP #001666) 5-LOCK SCREW=5/16-18X7/8 CPSS (EDP #003723) 6-BACK-UP SCREW= SN-129 (EDP #003716) 7-BACK-UP SCREW= 3/4-10X2 SO.HO.COLLAR SCR. (EDP #003717) 8-T-HANDLE WRENCH= .TW-964 (EDP #003706) 9-T-HANDLE WRENCH= .TW-532 (EDP #003705) 10-LOCK PLUG= 1/40X1/4LG.COPPER (TOOL #15007 & #15006 ONLY) 11-LOCK PLUG SCR.=5/16-18X1/2555 (TOOL #15007 & #15006 ONLY) 12-CARTRIDGE SCREW=1/2-13X2-1/2 SHCS (EDP #003715)

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The holders shown are for use in a Hegenscheidt Model 165 HP Wheel Lathe for reconditioning worn railroad car wheels. Toolholders for other machines are available on request. Inserts for these holders and other wheel and axle turning machines are also shown.


Roll Turning

Turning the hard surfaces of steel and paper mill rolls. Where surface hardness can reach 65 HRc, these turning operations are often good candidates for ceramic cutting tools.

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ISO Insert Designation

S

N

M

G

25

1

2

3

4

5

1 Shape

2 Clearance

A

B

C

D

E

85°

82°

80°

55°

H

K

L

90°

A

B

C

D

75°

15°

M

O

E

F

G

N

86°

135°

20° 55°

120°

P

R

108°

360°

S

P

T

V

W

60°

35°

80°

30°

25°

Other normal clearances requiring SPECIAL specification Symbol O.

11° 90°

3 Tolerance Valid for shapes: C, E, H, M, O, P, S, T, R, W

s m d

m

Class A C E F G H J K L M U N

d

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

m d

d ±0,025 ±0,025 ±0,025 ±0,013 ±0,025 ±0,013 * * * * * *

m

m ±0,005 ±0,013 ±0,025 ±0,005 ±0,025 ±0,013 ±0,005 ±0,013 ±0,025 * * *

*

IC

d

s ±0,025 ±0,025 ±0,025 ±0,025 ±0,13 ±0,025 ±0,025 ±0,025 ±0,025 ±0,127 ±0,127 ±0,025

4,76 5,56 6 6,35 7,94 8 9,525 10 12 12,7 15,875 16 19,05 20 25 25,4 31,75 32

d J, K, L, M, N

U

M, N

m U

±0,05 ±0,05 ±0,05 ±0,05 ±0,05 ±0,05 ±0,05 ±0,05 ±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,1 ±0,1 ±0,1 ±0,1 ±0,13 ±0,13 ±0,15 ±0,15

±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,13 ±0,13 ±0,18 ±0,18 ±0,18 ±0,18 ±0,25 ±0,25 ±0,25 ±0,25

±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,08 ±0,13 ±0,13 ±0,15 ±0,15 ±0,15 ±0,15 ±0,18 ±0,18 ±0,2 ±0,2

±0,13 ±0,13 ±0,13 ±0,13 ±0,13 ±0,13 ±0,13 ±0,13 ±0,2 ±0,2 ±0,27 ±0,27 ±0,27 ±0,27 ±0,38 ±0,38 ±0,38 ±0,38

See tables below.

4 Type A

B

C

70° - 90°

70° - 90°

H

J

M

70° - 90°

70° - 90°

R

T

F

G

N

Q

Valid for shape D only (M & N Tolerance)

IC 5,56 6,35 7,94 9,525 12,7 15,875 19,05

d

m

±0,05 ±0,05 ±0,05 ±0,05 ±0,08 ±0,10 ±0,10

±0,11 ±0,11 ±0,11 ±0,11 ±0,15 ±0,18 ±0,18

40° - 60°

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40° - 60°

U

W

40° - 60° 40° - 60°

X Special feature requiring additional specification


ISO Insert Designation

09

24

6

7

E - 4T 8

5 Size

9

7 Corner continued Integers to be preceded by a 0 (zero). Disregard any decimals. e.g. 9,525 = 09

C, D, E, M, V

A, B, K

H

I

L

P

O

R

I

I

S

I W

T

I

Examples:

I

I

I

Inserts with rounded corners. The corner radius is indicated in 0,1mm. Integers to be preceded by a 0 (zero). If the corner is not rounded, use the symbol of designation 00 (zero zero).

I

I

00 01 02 04 08 12 16 20

= SHARP CORNER = 0,1 = 0,2 = 0,4 = 0,8 = 1,2 = 1,6 = 2,0

24 28 32 40 48 56 64 X

= 2,4 = 2,8 = 3,2 = 4,0 = 4,8 = 5,6 = 6,4 = ANY OTHER

6 Thickness Integers to be preceded by a 0 (zero) or the letter T. Disregard any decimals. Examples: s A, B, C, N, O, W. s

H, M, R, T. s s F, G, J, U.

01 T1 02 03 T3 04 05 06 07 09 11 12 14 15

=

1,588

=

1,984

=

2,381

=

3,175

=

3,969

=

4,763

=

5,556

=

6,350

=

7,938

=

9,525

=

11,113

=

12,700

=

14,288

=

15,875

7 Corner Inserts with wiper edges Cutting edge Angle (κr) Wiper edge normal 1st letter: Clearance 2nd letter: (an)

A D E F G P Z

= = = = = = =

45° 60° 75° 85° 87° 90° ANY OTHER Major cutting edge

B C D E F G N P Z

= = = = = = = = =

5° 7° 15° 20° 25° 30° 0° 11° ANY OTHER

rε 8 Edge Condition Symbol Sharp

F

Honed (Rounded)

E

Chamfered (Negative Land)

T

Chamfered + Honed

S

9 Geometry Designation 2N, 3G, 4M, 4T, 5R, 5V, -81, -91

κr Chamfered corner Wiper edge Minor cutting edge

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ANSI Insert Designation

S

N

M

G

8

1

2

3

4

5

2 Clearance

1 Shape A

B

C

D

E

85°

82°

80°

55°

H

K

L

90°

A

B

C

D

75°

15°

M

O

E

F

G

N

86°

135°

20° 55°

120°

P

R

108°

360°

S

P

T

V

W

60°

35°

80°

30°

25°

Other normal clearances requiring SPECIAL specification Symbol O.

11° 90°

3 Tolerance Valid for shapes: C, E, H, M, O, P, S, T, R, W

s m d

m

Class A B C D E F G H J K L M U N

m d

d

inch inch inch inch inch inch inch inch inch inch inch inch inch inch

d ±0.0002 ±0.0002 ±0.0005 ±0.0005 ±0.0010 ±0.0002 ±0.0010 ±0.0005 ±0.0002 ±0.0005 ±0.0010 * * *

m

m ±0.0010 ±0.0010 ±0.0010 ±0.0010 ±0.0010 ±0.0005 ±0.0010 ±0.0005 * * * * * *

*

IC

d

s ±0.001 ±0.005 ±0.001 ±0.005 ±0.001 ±0.001 ±0.005 ±0.001 ±0.001 ±0.001 ±0.001 ±0.005 ±0.005 ±0.001

See tables below.

d J, K, L, M, N, U

m M, N, U

3/16

±0.002

±0.003

±0.003

±0.005

7/32

±0.002

±0.003

±0.003

±0.005

1/4

±0.002

±0.003

±0.003

±0.005

5/16

±0.002

±0.003

±0.003

±0.005

3/8

±0.002

±0.003

±0.003

±0.005

1/2

±0.003

±0.005

±0.005

±0.008

5/8

±0.004

±0.007

±0.006

±0.011

3/4

±0.004

±0.007

±0.006

±0.011

1

±0.005

±0.010

±0.007

±0.015

11/4

±0.006

±0.010

±0.008

±0.015

4 Type A

B

C

70° - 90°

70° - 90°

H

J

M

70° - 90°

70° - 90°

R

T

F

G

N

Q

Valid for shape D only IC 7/32 1/4 5/16 3/8 1/2 5/8 3/4

d

m

±0.002 ±0.002 ±0.002 ±0.002 ±0.003 ±0.004 ±0.004

±0.004 ±0.004 ±0.004 ±0.004 ±0.006 ±0.007 ±0.007

40° - 60°

16

40° - 60°

U

W

40° - 60° 40° - 60°

X Special feature requiring additional specification


ANSI Insert Designation

6

6

B

6

7

8

9

10

5 Size

6 Thickness

7 Corner

For equal sided inserts, this indicates the inscribed circle (IC) in 1/8". Examples:

This indicates the insert thickness in 1/16" increments.

This indicates the form on the corner in 1/64" increments for those with a corner radius.

1 1-2 IC 1-5 For rectangles and 1-8 parallelograms, 2 2 digits are 2-5 necessary. 3 Number 4 1st = of 1/8" 5 digit in width. 6 7 Number 2nd = of 1/4" 8 digit in length. 10

s

Examples:

A, B,

=

1/8

=

5/32

C, N,

=

3/16

O, W.

=

7/32

=

1/4

=

5/16

=

3/8

=

1/2

=

5/8

=

3/4

=

7/8

=

1

=

1 1/4

1 1-5 2 2-5 3 3-5 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

s

H, M, R, T. s s

F, G, J, U.

=

1/16

=

3/32

=

1/8

=

5/32

=

3/16

=

7/32

=

1/4

=

5/16

=

3/8

=

7/16

=

1/2

=

9/16

=

5/8

r Examples:

0 0-2 0-5 1 2 3 4 5

=

0.002

=

0.004

=

0.008

=

1/64

=

1/32

=

3/64

=

1/16

=

5/64

6 7 8 10 12 14 16 X

=

3/32

=

7/64

=

1/8

=

5/32

=

3/16

=

7/32

=

1/4

=

ANY OTHER

8 Edge Condition Hone

Hone

E

F

Rounded edge.

Sharp edge.

P

Honed Edge (Rounded Corner):

A

B

C

0·0005 0·003 0·005 < < < 0·003 0·005 0·007

K

Polished to 4 Microinch AA. rake face only.

Double chamfered cutting edge.

S

Double chamfered and rounded cutting edge.

9 Hand

J

Chamfered and rounded cutting edge.

T

Chamfered cutting edge.

10 Facet Size R/L

Primary Facet

R

L

Right Hand Insert

Left Hand Insert

N Neutral

l Secondary Facet

This indicates the length of the primary facet in increments of approximately 1/64". Used only following a double letter in the 7th position. OPTIONAL: This is not an ISO standard.

Neutral

Faceted Inserts (A Style only) Facet Angle (K) 1st letter:

A D E F G P Z

=

45°

=

60°

=

75°

=

85°

=

87°

=

90°

=

ANY OTHER

Facet Clearance (Primary Facet) 2nd letter:

A B C D E F G N P Z

=

=

=

=

15°

=

20°

=

25°

=

30°

=

=

11°

=

ANY OTHER

l Primary Facets

Examples: 1 = 1/64 2 = 1/32 3 = 3/64 4 = 1/16 5 = 5/64 6 = 3/32 7 = 7/64 8 = 1/8 9 = 9/64 10 = 5/32

Major cutting edge

k˚ Chamfered corner Wiper edge Minor cutting edge

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Heavy Duty Insert Range Dimensions (mm/inch) Part Number ISO/ANSI

d

l

s

Usage

r

m

h

5,735

9,119

Bar Railway Peeling

Roll General Turning Duty

Carbide CNMG250924E-4T

25,400 25,400 9,525

2,388

CNMG866A-4T

1.000 1.000

0.094 0.2258 0.359

CNMG250924-5V

25,400 25,400 9,525

2,388

CNMG866-5V

1.000 1.000

0.094 0.2258 0.359

0.375

0.375

5,735

X l

9,119

X

l

9,53

6,350

0.750

0.375

0.250

X

h 6,7

19,05 FDH-33

5 5'

6 s

d

19

25,4

LNGF-2010-BF-S1-08

18,03 36,51

12,19

0,794

0.71

0.48

0.0312

1.438

d

X

18

r l

s 12 37

LNGF4010

20

40

0.787 1.575

10

0.5

0.394

0.02

d

X

18

r l

s 12 37

LNM-5464T

19,050 38,100 9,525

1,588

0.750 1.500

0.063

0.375

d

X r

19,050 38,100 12,700 3,175 LNM6688T

0.750 1.500

0.500

16,380 25,910 6,350

1,580

LNU-5444

0.645 1.020

0.062

16,380 25,910 9,525

1,580

0.645 1.020

0.063

X

19,560 52,070 12,700 4,770 0.770 2.050

0.500

X

X

d

LNUN381238TA10

19,560 38,610 12,700 3,180

LNU6688TA10

0.770 1.520

s

10째

X

d

X

s

10째

0.125

LNU381232S

19,560 38,610 12,700 3,180

LNU6688TB10

0.770 1.520

X

X

s

l

d

10째

0.125 r

All inserts are available for quotation dependent on specific application.

18

l

l

r

0.500

s

0.188 r

0.500

l d

X r

LNU-68812T10

s

d

X r

0.375

l

0.125

LNUN250716F

LNU5464B

s

d

X r

0.250

l

l

s


Heavy Duty Insert Range Dimensions (mm/inch) l

s

r

LNUN381232S

19,560 38,610 12,700 3,180

LNU6688TB20

0.770 1.520

0.500

m

h

Roll General Turning Duty X

X

d

20°

0.125 r

LNUR381232S

19,560 38,610 12,700 3,180

LNUR6688TC30

0.770 1.520

0.500

X

X

d

30°

0.125 r

LNUX 191940-6R

19,050 19,050 10,000 4,000

6,350

0.750 0.750

0.250

0.394

s

l

0.158

s

l d

X

19

s

7,1

r

LNUX 301940-6R

19,050 30,000 12,000 4,000

6,350

0.750 1.180

0.250

0.472

0.158

X

ONMF-542A

0,795

0.625 0.625

0.031

0.250

19

d 19

l

r

15,875 15,875 6,350

l

7,1

d

s

30

X

7,1

Part Number ISO/ANSI

Usage Bar Railway Peeling

45°

r s

d

31,623

9,525

9,754

1.245

0.375

0.384

X

X h

RCMH-106TA15

d

31,623

9,525

9,754

1.245

0.375

0.384

X

s

X h

RCMH-106TC15

d

RCMM500900E-4M

50,800

9,140

9,930

RCMM166B-4M

2.000

0.360

0.391

X

s

X h

d

RCMM500900TS-4M

50,800

9,140

9,930

RCMM-166TC10-4M

2.000

0.360

0.391

X

s

X h

d

RCMT2006MOA-3G

20,000

6,350

6,500

0.787

0.250

0.256

X

s

X h

d

RCMT2507MOS

25,400

7,930

7,188

RCMT85MOS

1.000

0.312

0.283

X

s

X h

d

RCMT3209MOS

32,000

9,530

8,611

RCMT106MOS

1.260

0.375

0.339

X

25,400

6,350

RNG-84B

1.000

0.250

s

X h

d

RNGN250600E

s

X

d

90°

s

All inserts are available for quotation dependent on specific application.

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Heavy Duty Insert Range Dimensions (mm/inch) Part Number ISO/ANSI

d

l

s

r

m

Usage h

25,400

9,530

9,120

1.000

0.375

0.359

Bar Railway Peeling

Roll General Turning Duty X h

d

s

25,4

RNMF86B-3S

RNMG250900E-4T

9,530

1.000

0.375

25,400

9,530

1.000

0.375

X

d

90°

s

d

90°

s

X

25,400

9,530

9,120

1.000

0.375

0.359

X h

RNMG86A-4T RNMH281000-5M

9,5

X

s

d 25,4

28,000

10,330

8,600

1.125

0.407

0.339

X

9,5

X h

s

d 28,6

RNMH381200

38,000

12,700

12,700

1.500

0.500

0.500

X

9

RNMF86-91

25,400

8,6

RNMA-86

10,3

X

s

d 28,6

50,000

18,000

12,900

1.969

0.709

0.508

10,3

X 13,6

RNMH501800T

8,6

h

d

h

s

50

17,9

RR-65612

19,050 31,750 9,525

4,750

0.750 1.250

0.187

0.375

d

X

r

RRC-65612R

19,050 31,750 9,525

4,750

0.750 1.250

0.187

0.375

l d

X

r

RRC-65612T

19,050 31,750 9,530

4,750

0.750 1.250

0.187

0.375

d

r

RRCH65812-T15

8.250

0.750 1.250

0.325

0.500

0.187

X

1,588 2,6314

SNG-544B

0.625 0.625

0.063 0.1036

0.250

25,400 25,400 7,940

2,000

4,432

SNG855

1.000 1.000

0.079

0.174

0.312

15,875 15,875 6,350

1,588 2,6314

SNMF-544A

0.625 0.625

0.063 0.1036

0.250

d

X

20

10°

m

15° 90°

l m

s 90°

l m

s

l

s

d

X r

All inserts are available for quotation dependent on specific application.

s

X

r

SNMF150616E

90°

10°

l

r

SNGN250720

s

h

d

15,875 15,875 6,350

90°

l d

r

SNGN150616E

s

l

X

19,050 31,750 12,700 4,750

s 90°


Heavy Duty Insert Range Dimensions (mm/inch) Part Number ISO/ANSI

d

l

s

r

m

Usage h

SNMG190940E

19,050 19,050 9,530

3,967 2,3010 7,925

SNMG-6610B-4U

0.750 0.750

0.156 0.0906 0.312

Bar Railway Peeling

Roll General Turning Duty 90°

d

X

m

0.375

r

SNMG250924E-3S

25,400 25,400 9,525

2,383 4,2750 9,120

SNMG-866B-3S

1.000 1.000

0.094 0.1683 0.359

0.375

s

l 90°

d

X

m

r

25,400 25,400 9,530

2,381 4,2750 9,120

SNMG866B-4T

1.000 1.000

0.094 0.1683 0.359

0.375

s

25,400 25,400 9,530

2,381 4,2750 9,120

SNMG-866B-5V

1.000 1.000

0.094 0.1683 0.359

0.375

90°

d

X

h r

SNMG250924E-5V

s

l 90°

d

X

m

m

25,400 25,400 9,530

2,381 4,2748 9,120

SNMM866B-4M

1.000 1.000

0.094 0.1683 0.359

0.375

h

90°

l

r

m

SNUN250748E

25,400 25,400 7,938

4,775 3,2766

SNU-8512TA (10 x .070)

1.000 1.000

0.188 0.1294

0.313

25,400 25,400 9,525

2,388 4,2670

l

SNU-866B

1.000 1.000

0.094 0.1683

0.375

s

m

X

90°

d

l

r

s

m

SNUN250924

25,400 25,400 9,530

2,381 4,2670

SNU866T

1.000 1.000

0.094 0.1683

0.375

X

90°

d

l

r

s

m

SNUN250948S

25,400 25,400 9,525

4,763 3,2868

SNU-8612TA10

1.000 1.000

0.188 0.1294

0.375

90°

d

X

l

r

s

m

SNUN320924E

32,000 32,000 9,525

2,381 5,5880

SNU1066T

1.250 1.250

0.094 0.2200

0.375

90°

d

X

l

r

s

m

38,100 38,100 12,700 3,175 6,5786 SNU-1288TA15

1.500 1.500

0.500

X

90°

d

s

l

m

25,400 25,400 9,530

4,763 3,2770 7,925

1.000 1.000

0.188 0.1294 0.313

0.375

15°

0.125 0.2589 r

SNUX-8612

s

90°

d

X

r

SNUN250924E

s

90°

d

X

h

90°

l

r

SNMM250924E-4M

h

l m

SNMG250924E-4T

h

X

d h r

l

10,16

3,97

1.125

0.400 0.1562

6,91

X

X

d

s

22

7

28,575

90°

TNGJ2010-BM-51-07

h

0.272 r

S 8

All inserts are available for quotation dependent on specific application.

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Heavy Duty Insert Range Dimensions (mm/inch) Part Number ISO/ANSI TNMG330916E-3S

d

l

s

19,050 33,320 9,530

r

m

Usage h

Bar Railway Peeling

1,588 27,0000 7,925

Roll General Turning Duty 60°

X d

TNMG664B-3S

0.750 1.312

0.375

m

0.063 1.0630 0.312

h r

TNMG330924E-3G

19,050 33,320 9,530

2,382 26,1874 7,925

TNMG666A-3G

0.750 1.312

0.094 1.0310 0.312

s

l 60°

X d

0.375

m h l

r

TNMG330924E-4T

19,050 33,320 9,530

2,382 26,1874 7,925

TNMG666B-4T

0.750 1.312

0.094 1.0310 0.312

s

60°

X d

0.375

m h r

WNMF 96-81

28,580

8,915

1,190

1.125

0.351

0.047

X

90° d

r

WNMF 96A

28,580

8,966

1,190

1.125

0.353

0.047

X

WNMF 96A-91

8,966

1,190

1.125

0.353

0.047

90° d

X

WNMF96A.1205CBK

8,966

1,190

1.125

0.353

0.047

90° d

X

WNMF96B

8,966

1,190

1.125

0.353

0.047

90° d

X

WNMF 96B-91

8,966

1,190

1.125

0.353

0.047

90° d

X

WNMF96B.120CBK

8,966

1,190

1.125

0.353

0.047

90° d

X

WNMF96B.120CBKR

8,966

1,190

1.125

0.353

0.047

90° d

X

WNMF96L10

8,966

1,190

1.125

0.353

0.047

90° d

X

WNMF96L20

8,966

1,190

1.125

0.353

0.047

90° d

X

22

s

l

90° d

r

All inserts are available for quotation dependent on specific application.

s

l

r

28,580

s

l

r

28,580

s

l

r

28,580

s

l

r

28,580

s

l

r

28,580

s

l

r

28,580

s

l

r

28,580

s

l

r

28,580

s

l

l

s


Heavy Duty Insert Range Dimensions (mm/inch) Part Number ISO/ANSI

WNMF96L30

d

l

s

r

28,580

8,966

1,190

1.125

0.353

0.047

m

Usage h

Bar Railway Peeling

Roll General Turning Duty 90째

X

d

r

22,00

8,00

1,00

6,900

0.866

0.315

0.039

0.272

X

d

22

7

WNGJ220810ER

s

l

r

h

S 8

WTT-10

15,880

9,530

4,37 sq

WTT-10

0.626

0.375

.172 sq

X h

d

XNGX371218

18,00 36,520 12,120 1,191 0.709 1.438

0.477

s

d

X

17,8

0.047

r 2

l

s

36,8

12

Ceramics *CDH251200

25,40

12,70

6,760

CDH42

1.000

0.500

0.266

X h 60'

6 s

d 20

*CDH251900

25,400

19,050

6,760

CDH43

1.000

0.750

0.266

20

10

X h 60'

6 s

d 20

*CDH321900

31,750

19,050

9,980

CDH53

1.250

0.750

0.393

20

10

X h 60'

6 s

d 20

CNGN250724

25,400 25,400 7,940

2,400

CNG856

1.000 1.000

0.094

LNJN381232

19,050 38,100 12,700 3,200

LNJ6688

0.750 1.500

0.312

0.500

25,400

11,850

1.000

0.466

10

X

d

X

0.126 r

RCGX251200

20

s

l

d

X

s m

SNGN250720

25,400 25,400 7,940

2,000

4,432

SNG855

1.000 1.000

0.079

0.174

0.312

X

d

r

l

90째

s

*Also available in carbide grades All inserts are available for quotation dependent on specific application.

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Grade Descriptions Grade GH1 - Uncoated Uncoated micro-grain for cast iron, hardened steels to 60 HRC and non ferrous alloys. Low cutting pressure at high speeds due to sharp cutting edges.

Grade GH2 - Uncoated Uncoated micro-grain for cast iron, stainless steels and exotic alloys. This grade is tough and able to handle high pressure, vibrations and shock.

Grade H21 - Uncoated Uncoated grade principally for cast iron, stainless steel, high temperature alloys and aluminum alloys. Use where interrupted cuts or scale are present.

Grade T22 - Uncoated Uncoated carbide for demanding form milling of railway wheels at slow speeds.

Grade SF30 - Uncoated A tough grade intended for milling of steel, alloyed steel and stainless steel The grade SF30 works well with or without coolant.

Grade SC6025 TiN-MT TiCN-Al2O3 by CVD For use on steel, alloyed steel and cast iron. With its aluminum oxide coating, this grade is recommended every time wear characteristics are more important than toughness.

Grade SC5825 (NEW) Thin Al2O3 CVD coated for improved thermal properties in heavy duty turning of High Temperature Alloys.

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Grade Descriptions Grade NL25 A wear resistant grade for semi-finishing and finishing on steels, stainless steels and cast irons. Coating structure - CVD TiN - TiCN - Al2O3 - TiN.

Grade NL30 A cobalt enriched grade for medium machining and roughing on steels, stainless steels and cast irons. Coating structure - CVD TiN - TiCN - Al2O3 - TiN.

Grade NL37 (New) Coated grade TiN-MT TiCN-TiN Al2O3 MT TiCN-TiN by CVD. Principally for machining steels and alloy steels.The coating has excellent resistance to wear.

Grade NL40 A cobalt enriched grade for medium machining and roughing primarily on stainless steels and exotic alloys. Coating structure - CVD TiN - TiCN - Al2O3 - TiN.

Grade NL92 A tough grade with a high degree of edge security on steels and stainless steels. Coating structure - CVD TiN - TiCN - Al2O3 - TiN.

Grade SA7402 A member of the Al2O3 + TiCN family (black) For use in: hardened steels and cast iron. For finishing to semi-finishing. • This grade was specifically designed for hardened steels. • Excellent wear resistance with higher cutting speeds. • High toughness and thermal shock resistance. • Alternative to CBN in stable conditions.

Grade SA8205 A grade having superior edge strength for general machining of nickel based alloys. • Characteristics - Reinforced for extra hardness - Formation of alpha-Sialon

• Applications - Interrupted cutting for cast irons - High speed roughing of high temp. alloys - Inconel and Ni base alloy

25


Grade Classification Chart Optimum Grade Performance

Coated CVD Code

Materials

C

Uncoated

GRADE

ISO

NL25

NL30

NL37

GRADE

NL40

NL92

SC5825

SC6025

H21

GH1

GH2

SF30

T22

C8 P01 P05 P10 C7 P15 P20

Unalloyed and Alloyed Steels

P25 C6 P30 P35 C5 P40 P45

P

Increasing, wear resistance - Increasing cutting speed Increasing - shock resistance - Increasing - feed

P50 M05 M10 M15 M20

Stainless Steels

M25 M30 M35

M

M40 C4 K01 K05 C3 K10 K15

Cast Irons

C2 K20 K25 C1 K30 K35

K

K40 N01 N05 N10

Aluminum & Alloys

N15 N20 N25

N

N30 S01 S05 S10

High Temperature Alloys

S15 S20 S25

S

S30 H01 H05 H10

Hard Materials

H15 H20

H

H25 H30

Star Guide

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

26

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials


Ceramic Grade Information Physical Properties Grade

Composition

Color

Density (g/cm3) (lb/in3)

Hardness (Hv)

Fracture Toughness (N/mm3/2)

Thermal Conductivity (cal/cm.secยบC)

SA7402

Al2O3+TiCN

Black

2200

4,5

0,08

SA8205

Si3N4

Black

4,3 0.15534 3,2 0.11560

1,750-1,850

5,5-6,0

0,06

ISO Grade Chart MATERIALS TO BE MACHINED

CODE

C

CERAMIC

ISO

SA7402

SA8205

C8 P01 P05 P10 C7 P15

Unalloyed and Alloyed Steels

P20 P25 C6 P30

P

P35 C5 P40 P50 C4 K01 K05 C3 K10 K15 C2 K20

Cast Irons

K25 C1 K30

K

K35 K40 S01 S05 S10

High Temperature Alloys

S15 S20 S25

S

S30 H01 H05 H10

Hard Materials

H15 H20

H

H25 H30

Star Guide

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials

27


Heavy Duty Toolholders Tool Holders to be quoted on demand

28


Technical Information

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Technical Information Failure Analysis Cause Intermittent heating of the cutting edge. High speed, high volume metal removal.

Correction A B C D E

Failure

Use heat resistant grades with increased TaC. Use positive rake tools. Increase nose radius. Reduce speed, feed or depth of cut. Avoid use of coolant. Thermal Cracking

Insert grade too hard for application conditions.

A B C D E

Use a tougher grade with higher cobalt content. Use negative rake angle inserts. Use larger nose radius. Use increased edge land. Increase cutting speed. Chipping

Insert grade too soft. Machine speed too fast.

A B C D

Use a harder, more wear resistant grade. Reduce cutting speed. Increase feed. Use coolant. Excessive Flank Wear

Notching occurs at depth of cut line. Usually due to work hardened surface, scale or abrasion.

A B C D

Increase approach angle to maximum. Use a larger corner radius for shallow cuts. Reduce cutting speed and feed. Vary depth of cut. Notching

Cutting Speed too slow for material being machined.

A Increase cutting speed. B Use friction reducing PVD coated grade. C Use high lubricity coolant.

Built-Up-Edge

Heavy feeds or higher cutting speeds.

A B C D

Reduce cutting speed. Reduce feed. Use a harder grade. Use a more heat resistant grade. Deformation

Excessive heat and pressure welding of chip to rake.

A Use a harder grade. B Reduce speed. C Reduce feed.

Crater Wear

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Technical Information Surface Finish The radius of the insert ( rε) has a significant role to play in the quality of the surface finish, which is directly in relation to the feed rate (fr). With a larger radius, better surface finish can be maintained at higher feeds. The use of a larger radius gives a greater surface contact area and causes an increase in power and cutting force. For roughing operations, it is preferable to choose a large radius to ensure corner strength of the insert, however, for some materials a smaller radius is recommended to maintain a softer cut. The insert is more fragile but can qualify for operations that are sensitive to vibrations. Generally an insert is used with a maximum feed equal to half its radius. The minimum feed is related to edge preparation or to the start of its chip control. An increase in cutting speed can also contribute to surface quality. fr

depth of the feed mark

For a given radius: The greater the waviness of machined surface, the greater the feed rate.

fr

depth of the feed mark

fr depth of the feed mark rε

For a given feed rate: The lower the waviness of machined surface, the greater the radius.

fr

depth of the feed mark

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Technical Information Metric The mean value Ra, can be calculated with following formula:

The formula to calculate the feed rate:

fr

=

Rmax

=

Surface finish Ra value (µm)

Rmax x 8 rε 1000 f r2 x 50 8 x rε

Ra

f r2 x 50 rε

=

Rmax

= = =

x 1000 (µm) rε fr

profile depth (µm) nose radius (mm) feed (mm/rev)

Nose radius, rε (mm) 0,2

0,4

0,8

1,2

1,6

2,4

3,2

Feedrate, fr (mm/rev) 0,6

0,05

0,07

0,10

0,12

0,14

0,17

0,20

1,6

0,08

0,12

0,16

0,20

0,23

0,29

0,32

3,2

0,12

0,16

0,23

0,29

0,33

0,40

0,46

6,3

-

0,23

0,33

0,40

0,47

0,57

0,66

8,0

-

-

0,40

0,49

0,57

0,69

0,80

Imperial The formula to calculate the feed rate:

fr

=

Rmax

=

Surface finish Ra value (inches)

Rmax x 8 rε 106

The mean value Ra, can be calculated with following formula: Ra

f r x 106

Rmax rε fr

8 x rε

f r2 x 50 rε

= = = =

profile depth (inches) nose radius (inches) feed (inches/rev)

Nose radius, rε (inches) 0.008

0.016

0.031

0.047

0.0063

0.094

Feedrate, fr (inches/rev)

32

26.1

0.002

0.003

0.004

0.005

0.006

0.007

70.0

0.003

0.005

0.006

0.008

0.009

0.011

140.0

0.005

0.006

0.009

0.011

0.013

0.016

274.0

-

0.009

0.013

0.016

0.019

0.022

350.0

-

-

0.016

0.019

0.022

0.027


Technical Information Surface Finish Comparison Chart Operation

µm

µm

µinch

µm

µinch

1,6

0,30

11.8

0,33

13.1

1,8

0,35

13.8

0,39

15.3

2,0

0,40

15.7

0,44

17.4

2,2

0,44

17.5

0,49

19.4

2,4

0,49

19.2

0,54

21.3

2,6

0,53

20.8

0,59

23.1

2,8

0,58

22.7

0,64

25.2

3,0

0,63

24.6

0,70

27.3

3,5

0,71

27.8

0,79

30.9

4,0

0,80

31.4

0,89

34.8

4,5

0,90

35.2

1,00

39.1

5,0

0,99

38.8

1,10

43.1

6,0

1,20

47.2

1,30

52.4

7,0

1,40

55.1

1,50

61.2

8,0

1,60

63.0

1,80

70.0

9,0

1,80

71.0

2,00

78.8

10,0

2,00

79.0

2,20

87.7

15,0

3,20

126.0

3,10

140.0

20,0

4,40

173.0

4,90

192.0

25,0

5,80

238.0

6,40

264.0

27,0

6,30

247.0

7,00

274.0

30,0

7,40

292.0

8,20

324.0

35,0

8,80

346.0

9,80

384.0

40,0

10,70

422.0

11,00

468.0

45,0

12,50

485.0

13,90

538.0

50,0

14,00

552.0

15,50

613.0

FINE FINISHING

RMS

MEDIUM

Ra = CLA = AA

ROUGHING

Rmax

Difference of hardness (HBN): When the hardness of a workpiece is different from the value shown in the grade speed charts, multiply the cutting speed you have obtained by the factor below to calculate a new cutting speed. Work-piece

(Hardness of workpiece)

Soft ISO/ANSI

120HBN 140HBN 160HBN 180HBN

Hard

200HBN 220HBN 240HBN 260HBN 280HBN 300HBN 320HBN 340HBN

P

1,42

1,25

1,13

1,0

0,93

0,86

0,75

0,71

0,66

-

-

-

M

1,40

1,22

1,10

1,0

0,93

0,86

0,80

0,70

0,69

-

-

-

K

1,40

1,34

1,30

1,25

1,20

1,10

1,05

1,0

0,94

0,90

0,85

0,82

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Technical Information Comparison Between Different Hardness Scales Tensile strength

Vickers

Brinell

N/mm2

HV

HBN

HRc

255

80

76.0

270

85

285

Tensile strength

Vickers

Brinell

Rockwell

HRb

N/mm2

HV

HBN

HRc

-

-

1030

320

304

32.2

80.7

-

41.0

1060

330

314

33.3

90

85.5

-

48.0

1095

340

323

34.4

305

95

90.2

-

52.0

1125

350

333

35.5

320

100

95.0

-

56.2

1155

360

342

36.6

350

110

105

-

62.3

1190

370

352

37.7

385

120

114

-

66.7

1220

380

361

38.8

415

130

124

-

71.2

1255

390

371

39.8

450

140

133

-

75.0

1290

400

380

40.8

480

150

143

-

78.7

1320

410

390

41.8

510

160

152

-

81.7

1350

420

399

42.7

545

170

162

-

85.0

1385

430

409

43.6

575

180

171

-

87.5

1420

440

418

44.5

610

190

181

-

89.5

1485

460

437

46.1

640

200

190

-

91.5

1555

480

450

47.7

660

205

195

-

92.5

1595

490

457

48.4

675

210

199

-

93.5

1630

500

465

49.1

690

215

204

-

94.0

1665

510

474

49.8

705

220

209

-

95.0

1700

520

482

50.5

720

225

214

-

96.0

1740

530

489

51.1

740

230

219

-

96.7

1775

540

496

51.7

770

240

228

20.3

98.1

1810

550

503

52.3

800

250

238

22.2

99.5

1845

560

511

53.0

820

255

242

23.1

-

1880

570

520

53.6

835

260

247

24.0

(101)

1920

580

527

54.1

850

265

252

24.8

-

1955

590

533

54.7

865

270

257

25.6

(102)

1995

600

538

55.2

900

280

266

27.1

-

2030

610

543

55.7

930

290

276

28.5

(105)

2070

620

549

56.3

950

295

280

29.2

-

2105

630

555

56.8

965

300

285

29.8

-

2145

640

561

57.3

995

310

295

31.0

-

2180

650

568

57.8

HV = HBN =

34

Rockwell

Vickers hardness Brinell hardness

HRc HRb

= =

Rockwell hardness, C scale Rockwell hardness, B scale


Technical Information Turning Terminology and Formulae ISO

Material

Rm and Hardness

Kc: N/mm2

Kc: lbs/in2

2599

377000

2851

413500

3172

460000

3895

565000

1200

174000

1500

217000

1600

232064

1050

152000

Iron Based

2999

435000

Cobalt Based

3799

551000

Nickel Based

3500

507600

1500

218000

700-950 N/mm2 200-280 HBN

P

Alloyed Steels

950-1200 N/MM2 280-355 HBN 1200-1400 N/mm2 355-415 HBN

P

Tool Steels

1200-1400 N/mm2 355-415 HBN Grey GG-Ft Spheroidal GGG-FGS

Cast Irons

K

Nodular GGGNi - L - N Malleable GTS - MN/MP

S

High Temperature Alloys

Titanium Based 425-456HBN

35


Technical Information Metric Turning Terminology and Formulae Formulae Vc =

n

=

Dm x π x n 1000 Vc x 1000 Dm x π

Terminology Cutting speed (m/min)

Spindle speed (rev/min)

V x ap x fr x Kc Pc = c 60 x 1000 x η

Power demand (kW)

Qz =

Vc x fr x ap

Metal removal (cm3/min)

Tc =

lm fr x n

Period of engagement (min)

Dm

=

Machined diameter

mm

Vc

=

Cutting speed

m/min

n

=

Spindle speed

rev/min

Tc

=

Period of engagement

min

Qz

=

Metal removal

cm3/min

lm

=

Machined length

mm

Pc

=

Power demand

kW

Kc

=

Specific cutting force

N/mm2

fr

=

Feed per revolution

mm/rev

Kr

=

Cutting edge angle

degree

R max =

Profile depth

µm

rε ap

=

Insert nose radius

mm

=

Depth of cut

mm

=

Efficiency

η

Imperial Turning Terminology and Formulae Formulae

Terminology

Vc = 0.262 x D x n

Cutting speed (feet/min)

D

=

Workpiece diameter

Vc

=

Cutting speed

SFM

Vc n = 3.82 x D

Revolutions per minute (rev/min)

n

=

RPM

rev/min

t

=

cutting time

min

Q

=

Metal removal rate

in3/min

L

=

Length of cut

in

P

=

fm fr

=

Unit power factor, Horsepower per cubic inch per minute Feed rate

in/min

=

Feed

in/rev

E

=

Efficiency of spindle drive

Rt

=

Profile depth

µin

r

=

Nose radius

in

ap

=

Depth of cut

in

HPs

=

Horsepower at spindle

Q = 12 x ap x fr x Vc Metal removal rate (cu inch per min) fm = fr x n

Feed rate (inches/min, IPM)

L t= f m

Cutting time (min)

HPs = Q x P

Horsepower required at spindle

QxP HPm = E

Horsepower required at motor

HPm =

36

Horsepower at motor

in


Technical Information Maximum Depth of Cut and Chip Thickness When deciding on the maximum depth of cut (ap) for a given insert, the angle of the principal edge plays a significant role in the type of the chip formed. For an angle close to 90°, the thickness of the chip will be equal to the feed. In the other cases, it will be necessary to calculate it. h = fr

␬r]

h = fr sin [ fr

fr

h = 2fr

[(ap/2R). (1-ap/2R)]

fr

␬r = 90°

␬r < 90°

␬r = cos-1. [1-ap/R]

The type of insert used plays a significant role in the rigidity of the cutting edge. A cutting edge angle of r 75° or 45° allows for difficult machining operations, i.e. interrupted and heavy roughing, but reduces the capacity to machine profiles. The most robust insert shape is round and the most fragile standard insert is the 35°diamond (V).

The size and type of insert determines the maximum depth of cut. In general, it is advisable to select a cutting edge length in relation to the maximum depth of cut to be machined.

Metric - Cutting Edge Length for a given depth of cut (ap) and

␬ /a

angle

r

A low depth of cut can still generate a large edge engagement 1,00

2,00

3,00

4,00

5,00

6,00

7,00

8,00

9,00

10,00

90

1,00

2,00

3,00

4,00

5,00

6,00

7,00

8,00

9,00

10,00

75

1,04

2,06

3,10

4,14

5,18

6,20

7,24

8,28

9,32

10,34

60

1,14

2,31

3,45

4,62

5,77

6,93

8,08

9,25

10,39

11,56

45

1,42

2,82

4,24

5,66

7,06

8,48

9,91

11,30

12,73

14,15

30

2,00

4,00

6,00

8,00

10,00

12,00

14,00

16,00

18,00

20,00

r

p

Imperial - Cutting Edge Length for a given depth of cut (ap) and

␬ /a

r

angle

A low depth of cut can still generate a large edge engagement 0.040

0.080

0.120

0.160

0.200

0.240

0.275

0.315

0.355

0.400

90

0.040

0.080

0.120

0.160

0.200

0.240

0.275

0.315

0.355

0.400

75

0.041

0.082

0.125

0.163

0.205

0.250

0.285

0.326

0.367

0.410

60

0.045

0.090

0.136

0.182

0.227

0.275

0.318

0.364

0.410

0.455

45

0.056

0.110

0.167

0.223

0.278

0.340

0.390

0.445

0.500

0.560

30

0.080

0.160

0.240

0.320

0.400

0.480

0.550

0.630

0.710

0.800

r

p

37


Materials Cross Reference Chart

Country/Standard Material Group Free cutting steel Free cutting steel Free cutting steel Free cutting steel Free cutting steel Heat treatable steel Heat treatable steel Free cutting steel Superficial hardening steel Heat treatable steel Case hardening steel Case hardening steel Heat treatable steel Heat treatable steel Superficial hardening steel Carbon tool steel Heat treatable steel Heat treatable steel Heat treatable steel Carbon tool steel Heat treatable steel Heat treatable steel Heat treatable steel Heat treatable steel Spring steel High temp. constructional steel

Rm (N/mm2)

ATI Allvac Designation

ATI Allegheny Ludlum Designation

GERMANY/ITALY W.-Nr.

DIN

390-710 410-710 410-710 430-740 430-740 500-650 500-650 510-740 540-730 550-750 590-780 590-780 630-800 630-800 640-830 640-830 640-840 640-880 690-930 650-750 700-900 700-900 750-900 750-950 1000-1100

1.0722 1.0715 1.0718 1.0736 1.0737 1.0402 1.1158 1.0726 1.1183 1.0501 1.0401 1.1141 1.0503 1.1191 1.1213 1.1545 1.1170 1.1167 1.1157 1.1663 1.0535 1.1203 1.0601 1.1221 1.1274

10SPb20 9SMn28 9SMnPb28 9SMn36 9SMnPb36 C22 Ck25 35S20 Cf35 C35 C15 Ck15 C45 Ck45 Cf53 C105W1 28Mn6 36Mn5 40Mn4 C125W C55 Ck55 C60 Ck60 Ck101

440-570

1.5415

15Mo3

U.K.

FRANCE

USA

AFNOR

AIS/SAE

BS

10PbF2 S250 S250Pb S300 S300Pb CC20

230M07 240M07 050A20 212M36 060A35 060A35 080M15 080M15 080M46 080M46 060A52

35MF4 XC38TS CC35 CC12 XC12 CC45 XC42 XC48TS Y1105 20M5 40M5 35M5 Y2120 1055 XC55 CC55 XC60

160M28 150M36 070M55 070M55 080A62 080A62 060A96 1501-240 1501620Gr.27 1501-622 1503-245420

High temp. constructional steel

440-590

1.7335

13CrMo4 4

High temp. constructional steel

440-590

1.7380

10CrMo9 10

High temp. constructional steel

450-590

1.5423

16Mo5

Tough at sub zero

490-640

1.5622

14Ni6

High temp. constructional steel

490-640

1.7715

14MoV6 3

1503-660440

Tough at sub zero Case hardening steel Case hardening steel Cold work tool steel Hot / cold tool steel

510-710 640-1080 640-1080 640-670 640-720

1.5680 1.7131 1.7262

12Ni19 16MnCr5 15CrMo5

(527M20)

Tough at sub zero

640-840

1.5662

X8Ni9

Ball and roller bearing steel Heat treatable steel

650-750 650-950

1.3505 1.7218

100Cr6 25CrMo4

Case hardening steel Case hardening steel Heat treatable steel Superficial hardening steel

690-1080 690-880 690-930 700-750

1.6523 1.7015 1.5710 1.7045

21NiCrMo2 15Cr3 36NiCr6 42Cr4

1213 12L13 1215 12L14 1020 1025 1140 1035 1035 1015 1015 1045 1045 1050 W.110 1330 1335 1039 W.112

15D3

1055 1060 1060 1095 ASTM A20Gr.A

15CD3.5

ASTM A182

12CD9;10

ASTM A182 4520

16N6

ASTË&#x153;M A350LF5

Z18N5 16MC5 12CD4

2515 5115

O1 S7

O1 S7 1501509;510 534A99 1717CDS 110 805M20 523M15 640A35

ASTM A353 100C6 25CD4

52100 4130

20NCD2 12C3 35NC6

8620 5015 3135 5140

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Unalloyed Steels

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Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials


Materials Cross Reference Chart

Country/Standard Material Group

Rm (N/mm2)

Heat treatable steel Cold work tool steel Superficial hardening steel Heat treatable steel Cold work tool steel Cold work tool steel Cold work tool steel Cold work tool steel Cold work tool steel Cold work tool steel High speed steel

700-950 720-775 740-1080 750-1100 750-775 750-800 750-850 750-850 750-850 750-850 775-990

ATI Allvac Designation

ATI Allegheny Ludlum Designation

GERMANY/ITALY W.-Nr.

U.K.

DIN

BS

AFNOR

1.7033

34Cr4

530A32

32C4

1.7223 1.7220

41CrMo4 34CrMo4

708M40 708A37

42CD4TS 35CD4

1.2542 1.2067 1.2363 1.2419 1.2833 1.3343

45WSCrV7 100Cr6 X100CrMoV51 105WCr6 100V1 S 6-5-2

BS1 BL3 BA2

A6

O7

A2

M2

BW2 BM2

High speed steel

775-990

1.3348

S 2-9-2

Heat treatable steel Superficial hardening steel High speed steel Cold work tool steel

780-1080 780-1180 795-870 795-910

1.3401 1.8159

X120Mn12 50CrV4

Z120M12 735A50

High speed steel

800-1050

1.3355

S 18-0-1

BT1

Heat Heat Heat Cold

800-1100 800-1100 800-1200 800-850

1.6511 1.7035 1.7225 1.2713

36CrNiMo4 41Cr4 42CrMo4 55NiCrMoV6

816M40 530M40 708M40

High speed steel

820-1050

1.3243

S 6-5-2-5

High speed steel

820-1050

1.3255

S 18-1-2-5

Case hardening steel Cold work tool steel Cold work tool steel Cold work tool steel Cold work tool steel Case hardening steel

830-1180 850-900 850-900 850-900 850-900 880-1230

1.5732 1.2379 1.2080 1.2436 1.2601 1.5752

14NiCr10 X155CrVMo12-1 BD2 X210Cr12 BD3 X210CrW12 X165CrMoV12 14NiCr14 655M13

1.6582

34CrNiMo6

1.8509 1.0904 1.6587 1.7361 1.7176 1.0961 1.2606 1.2343 1.2365 1.2344 1.2581 1.2678

41CrAIMo7 55Si7 17CrNiMo6 32CrMo12 55Cr3 60SiCr7 39CrMoV13 9

treatable steel treatable steel treatable steel work tool steel

FRANCE

Y100C6 Z100CDV5 105WC13 Y1105V Z85WDCV 06-05-04-02 Z100WCWV 09-04-02-02 Z120M12 50CV4

M3 A7

D2

Nickelvac速 4340

Heat treatable steel

900-1200

Nitriding steel Spring steel Case hardening steel Heat treatable steel Spring steel Spring steel Nitriding steel Hot work tool steel Hot work tool steel Hot work tool steel Hot work tool steel Hot work tool steel

950-1000 950-1050 980-1320 980-1420 1050-1100 1050-1100 1080-1270 1180-1570 1180-1670 1180-1770 1180-1770 1270-1670

H13

X40CrMoV51 X30WCrV9 3

BT4

Z80WCV 18-04-01 40NCD3 42C4 42CD4 55NCDV7 Z85WDKCV 06-05-05-04-02 Z80WKCV 18-05-04-01 14NC11 Z160CDV12 Z200Cr12

USA AIS/SAE 5132 A6 4140;4142 4137;4135 O7 S1 L3 A2 W210 M2 m7

6150 M3 A7 T1 9840 5140 4140 L6

T4 3415 D2 D3

12NC15

3415

817M40

35NCD6

4340

905M39 250A53 820A16 722M24 527A60

40CAD6, 12 55S7 18NCD6 30CD12 55C3 60SC7

BH12 BH11 BH10 BH13 BH21 BH19

Z40CDV5 Z30WCV9

9255

5155 9262 H12 H11 H10 H13 H21 H19

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Alloyed Steels

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PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials

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Materials Cross Reference Chart

Country/Standard Material Group

Rm (N/mm2)

Stainless steel

400-600

Heat resistant steel casting Stainless steel casting Stainless steel casting Stainless steel casting

400-600 440-640 440-640 440-640

Heat resistant steel

450-650

Stainless steel

ATI Allvac ATI Allegheny GERMANY/ITALY Designation Ludlum W.-Nr. DIN Designation Nickelvac® AL 403 1.4000 X6Cr13 410 / 403 1.4865 G-X40NiCrSi38 18 1.4308 G-X6CrNi18 9 1.4408 G-X6CrNiMo18 10 1.4581 G-X7CrNiMoNb18 10

Nickelvac® 410 / 403

450-650

U.K.

403S17

FRANCE

USA

AFNOR

AMS

Z6C13

403

330C11 304C15 316C16 318C17

Z4CNNDNb18 12M

Z6CN18.10M

AL 405

1.4724

X10CrAI13

403S17

Z10C13

405

AL 410

1.4006

X10Cr13

410S21

Z10C14

410

1.4016 1.4113 1.4306 1.4303 1.4435 1.4438 1.4583

X6Cr17 X6CrMo17 X2CrNi19 11 X5CrNi18 12 X2CrNiMo18 12 X2CrNiMo18 16 X10CrNiMoNb18 12

430S15 434S17 304S12

Z8C17 Z8CD17.01 Z3CN18.10

316S12 317S12

Z2CND17.13 Z2CND19.15 Z6CNDNb17 13B

1.4305 1.4301 1.4541 1.4571 1.4828 1.4845 1.4539 1.4878 1.4401 1.4550 1.4762 1.4311 1.4841 1.4864 1.4429 1.4005 1.4104 1.4460 1.4034 1.4310 1.4027 1.4021 1.4313

X10CrNiS18 9 X5CrNi18 10 X6CrNiTi18 10 X6CrNiMoTi17 12 2 X15CrNiSi20 12 X12CrNi25 21

303S21 304S15 2337 320S17 309S24 310S24

Z10CNF 18.09 Z6CN18.09 Z6CNT18.10 Z6NDT17.12 Z15CNS20.12 Z12CN25 20

430 434 304L 305 316L 317L 318 ASTM A240 303 304 321 316Ti 309 310S ASTM B625

X12CrNiTi18 9 X5CrNiMo18 10 X6CrNiNb18 10 X10CrAI 24 X2CrNiN18 10 X15CrNiSi25 20 X12NiCrSi36 16 X2CrNiMoN17 13 3 X12CrS13 X12CrMoS17 X8CrNiMo27 5 X45Cr13 X12CrNi17 7 G-X20Cr14 X20Cr13 X5CrNi13 4

321S320 Z6CNT18.12B 316S16 Z6CND17.11 347S17 Z6CNNb18.10 Z10CAS24 304S62 Z2CN18.10

1.4057

X20CrNi172

1.4540

X4CrNiCuNb164

Z6CNU15.05

1.4532

X7CrNiMoAl157

Z8CNDA15.07

15-7 PH

1.4542

X5CrNiCuNb174

Z6CNU17.04

17-4 PH

1.4568

X7CrNiAl177

Z8CNA17.07

17-7 PH

Stainless steel 450-650 AL 430 Stainless steel 450-650 AL 434 Stainless steel 460-680 AL 304L Stainless steel 490-690 AL 305 Stainless steel 490-690 Allvac® 316 L AL 316L Stainless steel 490-690 AL 317L Stainless steel 490-740 Stainless steel 500-550 E-Brite® Alloy Stainless steel 500-700 AL 303 Stainless steel 500-700 AL 304 Stainless steel 500-730 AL 321 Stainless steel 500-730 Heat resistant steel 500-750 AL 309 Heat resistant steel 500-750 AL 310S Stainless steel 500-750 AL 904L Heat resistant steel 500-750 Stainless steel 510-710 AL 316 Stainless steel 510-740 AL 347 Heat resistant steel 520-720 Stainless steel 550-760 Heat resistant steel 550-800 Heat resistant steel 550-800 Stainless steel 580-800 AL 316LXN Stainless steel 590-780 AL 416 Stainless steel 640-840 Stainless steel 640-900 Stainless steel 700-800 Stainless steel 700-950 AL 301 Stainless steel 750-800 Stainless steel 750-950 AL 420 Stainless steel casting 760-960 Stainless steel 800-900 AL 2205 Stainless steel 850-950 Stainless steel 1100-1200 AM 350 Precipitation hardening stainless AL 13-8 Nickelvac® Precipitation hardening stainless AL 15-5 15-5 Precipitation hardening stainless AL 15-7 Nickelvac® Precipitation hardening stainless AL 17-4 17-4 Precipitation hardening stainless AL 17-7

Z12NCS35.16 Z2CND17.13 Z10CF17 420S45 420C29

Z40CM Z38C13M Z12CN17.07 Z20C13M

425C11

Z4CND13.4M

431S29

Z15CNi6.02

316 347 446 304LN 310 330 316LN 416 430F 329 301 420 ASTM A240 431 ASTM A693 13-8 PH 15-5 PH

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Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials


Materials Cross Reference Chart

Cr

Ni

C

Mn

Si

P

S

0.15

0.5

0.50

0.02

0.01

0.4 0.07 0.07 0.06

1.0 1.5 1.5 1.5

1.75 2.0 1.5 1.5

0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045

0.03 0.03 0.03 0.03

12.0

0.08

1.0

0.50

0.04

0.03

12.0

0.15

0.5

0.50

0.02

0.01

16.0 17.0 19.0 18.0 17.0 19.0 18.0 26 19.5 19.5 18.0 17.5 23.5 25.0 20.5 18.0 17.0 18.0 25.0 18.0 24.5 15.0 17.5 13.0 17.0 25.5 13.5 17.0 13.5 12.5 13.0 22 16.0 16.5 13

0.08 0.08 0.015 0.12 0.015 0.015 0.08 0.003 0.16 0.08 0.08 0.08 0.20 0.15

1.0

1.0

0.04

0.03

1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 2.0

0.5 1.0 0.5 1.0

0.023 0.04 0.023 0.023

0.015 0.03 0.015 0.015

1.5 1.5 2.0 2.0 1.5 2.0

2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 0.75

0.04 0.04 0.04 0.045 0.04 0.045

0.3 0.04 0.03 0.03 0.04 0.03

0.12 0.08 0.08 0.12 0.03 0.18 0.15 0.03 0.15 0.12 0.1 0.5 0.14 0.2 0.20 0.07

2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 2.0 1.25 1.25

1.0 0.75 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.5 2.5 1.0 1.0 1.0

1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.5

1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

0.045 0.04 0.045 0.04 0.045 0.04 0.04 0.045 0.07 0.06 0.04 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.04 0.035

0.03 0.03 0.03 0.03 0.03 0.03 0.04 0.025 0.07 0.15 0.03 0.03 0.03 0.03 0.04 0.025

0.20 0.08

1.0

1.0

0.04

0.03

12.0 18.8 19.0 19.0 19.0

38.0 10.0 11.0 11.5

10.0 11.5 12.0 13.0 14.0 10.5 9.0 9.5 12.0 14.0 20.5 10.5 13.0 11.0 10.0 20.5 35.0 13.0

3.5 7.0 1.0 4.5 5.5 2.0 4.3 8

Cu

Ti

Others

W 4.75 2.5 2.25 Al 0.100.30 0.5

0.5

0.75

2.5 3.5 2.0 1 0.6 0.40 5.0

2.25

4.5

1.5

1.5

0.50

0.40

4.5

0.03

0.5

0.5

0.02

0.015

15.0

7.0

0.045

0.5

0.5

0.02

0.015

16.3

4.0

0.035

0.5

0.5

0.02

0.015

17.0

7.0

0.045

0.5

0.5

0.02

0.02

Al 0.40

Al 1.50 N 0.16 0.5

0.5

2.75 0.60 0.5 1.0

N 0.16

0.7 3

N 0.16

2.8 2.2

14.8

Star Guide

Mo

Al 1.2 3.5

2.5

Cb 0.3 Al 1.15

4.0

Cb 0.3 Al 1.15

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials

41


Materials Cross Reference Chart

Country/Standard Material Group Grey cast iron Grey cast iron Grey cast iron Grey cast iron Grey cast iron Grey cast iron Grey cast iron Spheroidal / nodular/ ductile cast iron Spheroidal / nodular/ ductile cast iron Spheroidal / nodular/ ductile cast iron Spheroidal / nodular/ ductile cast iron Spheroidal / nodular/ ductile cast iron Spheroidal / nodular/ ductile cast iron Malleable cast iron Malleable cast iron Malleable cast iron Malleable cast iron Malleable cast iron Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys Aluminium alloys

HBN

ATI Allvac ATI Allegheny Designation Ludlum Designation

175 185 205 220 230 235 250

GERMANY/ITALY W.-Nr. 0.6010 0.6015 0.6020 0.6025 0.6030 0.6035 0.6040

150-180

U.K.

DIN GG GG GG GG GG GG GG

BS

10 15 20 25 30 35 40

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade

100 150 220 260 300 350 400

GGG 35.3

350/22

FRANCE

USA

AFNOR

ASTM/SAE

Ft 10 D Ft 15 D Ft 20 D Ft 25 D R 30 D Ft 35 D Ft 40 D

No No No No No No No

20 25 30 35 45 50 55

B B B B B B B

FGS 350-22

60-40-18

155-220

0717-02

GGG 40

420/12

190-255

0727-02

GGG 50

500/7

FGS 500-7

80-55-06

200-260

0732-03

GGG 60

600/3

FGS 600-3

80-60-03

240-300

0737-01

GGG 70

700/2

FGS 700-2

100-70-03

265-300 150 175 205 230 265

0.8145 0.8155 0.8165 0.8170 3.0255 3.0515 3.0615 3.1325 3.1355 3.1645 3.1655 3.2245 3.2305 3.2315 3.3206 3.3309 3.3315 3.3316 3.3319 3.3523 3.3535 3.3545 3.3547 3.3549 3.4365

Star Guide

65-45-12

GGG 80

900/2

FGS 900-2

120-90-02

GTS-35-10 GTS-45-06 GTS-55-04 GTS-65-02 GTS-70-02 Al99,9 AlMn AlMgSiPb AlCuMg1 AlCuMg2 AlCuMgPb AlCuBiPb AlSi5 AlRMgSi AlMgSi1 AlMgSi0,5 AlRMg0,5 AlMg1 AlMg1,5 AlRMg1 AlMg2,5 AlMg3 AlMg4Mn ASlMg4,5Mn AlMg5 AlZnMgCu1,5 AlZnMg1 AlMg2,5Mn AlSi3,5

B 340/12 P 440/7 P 510/4 P 570/3 P 690/2 1B N3

MN 35-1 MP 50-5 Mn 650-3 Mn 700-2 A5

32510 40010 50005 A220-70003 A220-80002 1050

L97

A-U4G A-U4G1

2017 2024

FC1

A-U5PbBi

2011

H30 H9

6351 6063

N41 3L44

A-G0,6 A-G1,5

5005 5050

2L56 N5

A-G2,5C A-G3M A-G4MC A-G4,5MC

5052 5754 5086 5083 5056 7075 7005 5454

N8 N6 DTD5074 N51

A-Z5GU A-G2,5MC

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

42

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials


Materials Cross Reference Chart

Si

Fe

Cu

Mn

Mg

Cr

0.25 0.5 1.0 0.5 0.5 0.8 0.4 5.0 0.55 1.0 0.45 0.01 0.3 0.4 0.1 0.25 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.2 0.4 0.35 0.4 4.5

0.4 0.7 0.5 0.7 0.5 0.8 0.7 0.4 0.15 0.5 0.15 0.008 0.45 0.45 0.008 0.4 0.4 0.5 0.4 0.35 0.5 0.4 0.4

0.05 0.1 0.1 4.0 4.3 4.0 5.5 0.05 0.02 0.1 0.1

0.05 1.2 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.75

0.05 0.3 0.9 0.7 1.5 1.1

0.1 0.3 0.1 0.1 0.1

0.1

0.05 0.05

0.15 0.15

0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.15 1.6 0.1 0.05

0.1 0.5 0.45 0.7 0.35 0.3 0.45 0.75

0.1 0.45 0.9 0.45 0.35 0.9 1.5 1.00 2.5 3.1 4.0 4.5 4.5 2.5 1.4 2.7 0.04

Star Guide

0.6 0.1

0.25 0.05 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.15 0.15 0.1 0.23 0.13 0.1

Zn

Ti

0.07 0.2 0.3 0.25 0.25 0.8 0.3 0.2 0.15 0.2 0.15 0.01 0.2 0.2 0.01 0.1 0.2 0.25 0.25 0.25 5.5 4.5 0.1

0.05 0.1 0.2 0.15 0.2 0.25 0.1 0.1 0.008

0.008 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.1 0.2 0.03 0.15

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials

43


Materials Cross Reference Chart

Country/Standard Material Group

Commercial Designation

ATI Allvac Designation

GERMANY/ITALY W.-Nr.

U.K.

DIN

FRANCE AFNOR

C-250

VascoMax C-250

Iron Iron Iron Iron

alloys alloys alloys alloys

C-350 C-200 C-300 T-200

VascoMax® C-350 VascoMax® C-200 VascoMax® C-300 VascoMax® T-200

Iron based alloys

T-250

VascoMax® T-250

Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys Iron based alloys

Greek Ascoloy Jethete M-152 Haynes® 556 N 155 S 590 A286 Discaloy 16/25/6 AL-6XN Alloy Discaloy 24 Armco® 18 Incoloy® 801 Incoloy 800 Nickelvac® 800 Incoloy 802 N 156 20CB-3® Sanicro 30 Incoloy 803 Allvac 330 Allvac® 330 Alloy 36 Incoloy DS Alloy 42 Armco 20-45-5 4750 Alloy 21-6-9 13-8 Mo Vasco® 13-8 Mo

USA AMS 6501, 6512, 6520

®

Iron based alloys based based based based

ATI Allegheny Ludlum Designation

6514

Z3 NCT 25

6518, 6519, 6591 5508 5718, 5719 5768 5768 5533 ASTM 368 5725 ASTM SB688 ASTM A638

25 NC 3520

5552 ASME SB 409

AL 418 Z12 CND 12 X12CrCoNi2120 X40CoCrNi2020 ALTEMP® A 286 1.4980

HR 5152

Z12 CNKDW 20 Z42 CKNDW Z06 NCT 25 Z3 NCT 25

AL-6XN® Alloy

G-X50CrNi3030 X10NiCrAlTi3220 3082-76

AL 800

AL 20

ASTM B463 X2NiCrAlTi3220 5592, 5716 ASTM F1684

AL 36 X12NiCrSi3616

3072-76

AL 42

ASTM F30

AL 4750 ALLOY 21-6-9

ASTM B753 ASTM A666 5629

Country/Standard Material Group Cobalt based alloys

Cobalt based alloys

Commercial Designation

®

TJA-1537

Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt

S 816 HS 21 HS 25 HS 30 HS 31 HS 36 Jetalloy 209 L 251 M 203

alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys

ATI Allegheny Ludlum Designation

GERMANY/ITALY W.-Nr.

Allvac® 35N Nickelvac® L-605 Nickelvac® TJA1537

MP35N L 605

Cobalt based alloys based based based based based based based based based

ATI Allvac Designation

U.K.

DIN

CoCr20W15Ni

FRANCE

USA

AFNOR

AMS

KC 20 WN

5759 ASTM F1537

ALTEMP® S 816

CoCr20Ni20W CoCr28Mo 3531 CoCr20W15Ni CoCr26Ni14Mo CoCr25NiW 3146 CoCr19W14NiB

KC 20 WN

5534 ASTM F-75 AISI 670

KC 25 NW

ASTM A567

ATI Metal

Star Guide

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

44

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials


Materials Cross Reference Chart

Ni

Co

18.5

7.8

18.5 18.5 18.5 18.5

12.0 8.5 8.8

Cr

Mo

Si

Mn

C

Al

Ti

P

S

4.8

0.05

0.05

0.02

0.1

0.4

0.005

0.005

4.8 3.25 4.8 3.0

0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05

0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05

0.02 0.01 0.02 0.01

0.1

1.4 0.2 0.73 0.7

0.005 0.005 0.005 0.005

0.005 0.005 0.005 0.005

3.0

0.03

0.05

0.02

1.4

0.005

0.005

18.5 2 2.5 20 20 20 25 25 25 26 3.7 32 32.5 32.5 33 33 34 35 35.5 36 37 41 46 49 6.5 8.0

Ni

20 20 20

24

12 12 21 21 21 14 16 20.5 13.5 17.2 20.5 21.0 21.5 17 20 22 25 18.5

W

2.5 1.7 3 3 4 1.3 6 6.5 2.7

2.5 2.5 4

3 2.2

18

0.1

0.19 0.15 0.1 0.15 0.43 0.05 0.12 0.02 0.04 0.06 0.05 0.05 0.4 0.33

0.5

1.5

0.5 0.7

1.3 1.35

0.8 0.47 0.5 0.5 0.4

0.9 12.5 0.8 0.75 0.8

0.55

0.55

1.13

1.0

0.03 0.08 0.04

2.3

1.0

0.06

2

0.1

V 0.3 Nb + Ta Nb 1.0 0.2

2.1 0.3

0.1

1.7

0.37

1.1 0.37

0.3 0.15

0.5 0.15

2.3

1.0

5

0.08

21 12.8

2.3

0.05

6.0 0.10

0.03

1.05

Si

Mn

C

Al

Fe

Cr

Mo 9.8

0.5

20 20

0.2

0.25

28

6

20 3 10 16 10 10 10 10 24.5

4 1 3 1 1.5 2 1 1 1

20 27 20 24 25 18 20 19 19.5

4 5

Star Guide

W

4 15

6 8 15 15 14 12

1.7 0.5

0.5

0.06

0.4 0.6 2 0.6 0.75

1.2 0.6 1.5 0.6 0.6 1.5

0.8

Cu 0.37

Cu 3.3 Cu 0.1 0.01

Cu 0.5

Nb 0.4

Ti

0.005

0.004

P

S

Others

N 0.2

2.0 1

0.007

No 0.3

0.013 0.1

15

Nb 0.4 N 0.2

0.01

20

35 10

Others

2.15

24.5

0.38 0.25 0.1 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.02 0.4 0.07

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials

45


Materials Cross Reference Chart

Country/Standard Material Group Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt Cobalt

based based based based based based based based based based based based based based based

alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys alloys

Commercial Designation

ATI Allvac Designation

ATI Allegheny GERMANY/ITALY Ludlum W.-Nr. DIN Designation

M 204 M 205 MAR-M 302 MAR-M 322 MAR-M 509 MAR-M 905 MAR-M 918 Stellite 1 Stellite 6 Stellite 12 V-36 WI-52 X 40 X 45 X 50

CoCrW10TaZrB CoCr22W9TaZrNb CoCr24Ni10WtaZrB

U.K.

FRANCE

USA

AFNOR

AMS

3146-3

CoCr20Ni20Ta KC 33 W13 KC 26 NW KC 28 W8 CoCr25Ni20M0WNb CoCr21Mo11W CoCr25NiW 3146-2

ASTM A567

Country/Standard Material Group Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys

Commercial Designation

ATI Allvac Designation

Alloy 22

ATI Allegheny Ludlum Designation AL 22

GERMANY/ITALY W.-Nr.

U.K.

DIN

FRANCE

USA

AFNOR

AMS ASME SB575

Allvac® Allcorr Allvac Astroloy

Astroloy Duranickel 310 GMR 235 GMR 235-D Hastelloy® B Hastelloy B-2 Hastelloy C Hastelloy D Hastelloy N Hastelloy R235 Hastelloy W Hastelloy X Haynes 75 HS 27 IN 100 IN 713 Incoloy® 020 Incoloy 804 Incoloy 825 Incoloy 901 Incoloy 903 Incoloy 925 Inconel® 600 Inconel 601 Inconel 617 Inconel 622 Inconel 625

AISI:686 Nickelvac® H-B Nickelvac H-B-2

NiCr16MoAl S-NiMo30

ND27FeV

5396A

NiCr17Mo17FeW

NC17DWY

5388C

NC22FeD

5536

KC20WN NK15CAT

5397

Nickelvac H-N Nickelvac H-W Nickelvac H-X

ALTEMP® HX

2.4665

NiCr22FeMo

HR6,204

NiCo32Cr26Mo NiCo15Cr10MoAlTi 2.4660

ASME SB463

Nickelvac 825

AL 825

2.4858

NiCr21Mo NiFe35Cr14MoTi

3072-76

NC21FeDU Z8NCDT42

ASME SB424 5660

Nickelvac 600 Nickelvac 601 Nickelvac 617

AL 600 AL 601

NiCr15Fe

3072-76

NC15Fe

5540 5715

Nickelvac 625

ALTEMP 625

2.4816 2.4851 2.4663 2.4602 2.4856

NiCr22Mo9Nb

NC22FeDNB ASME SB443

ATI Metal

Star Guide

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

46

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials


Materials Cross Reference Chart

Ni

Fe

24.5 24.5

10 20 20

1 0.4

Cr

Mo

18.5 18.5 21.5 21.5 23.5 20 20 33 26 29 25 21 25.5 25.5 22.5

W

Si

Mn

12 12 10 9 7

1

1

13 5 9 2 11 7.5 7 12

20 1 10.5 10.5 20.5

3 2 1.5 2 4

Fe

Co

Cr

Mo

W

13.9 10.0 5.0 0.5 5.2 5.0 28.0 16.0 17.0

2.65 2.0

17.0

20.6 31.0 15.0

2.5

0.6 10.0 4.5 5.0 1.0 6.0 2.0 4.0 10.0 4.0 18 5.0 2.0 2.5 37 25.4 30 35.3 42.0 28 8.0 14.0

2.0 0.5 2.0

2.5 1.5 31.5 15.0

15.5 15.5 1.5 0.5 15.0 1.0 7.0 15.5 5.0 22 20.0 26.0 10.0 13.0 20 29.5 21.5 13.45

4

0.1 0.1

0.1 0.1

0.1

0.1

3.0 6.20

0.75 0.2 0.5

0.4 0.25 0.75

12.5 2.3 2.5

0.75 0.7

Si

Mn

1.0 0.4

0.5 0.2

0.05 0.05

0.5 0.5

9.0

1.0

C

Al

Ti

0.02 0.04

0.25 4.0 4.4 3.0 3.5

0.25 3.5 0.6 2.0 2.5

0.4

0.2

0.15 0.15 0.02 0.01 0.04 0.1 0.02 0.15 0.02 0.1 0.12 0.4 0.18 0.18

0.5 0.5 0.22

0.75 0.65 0.48

0.06 0.03 0.05

0.5

Others

Ta Ta Ta Ta Ta

9.0 4.5, 3.5, 7.5, 7.5,

Zr Zr Zr Zr

2.25 0.5 0.1 0.1

Nb 2.0 Nb 2.0 B 0.01

P

S

Others

Nb 0.4 B 0.025

B0.05 V 0.4 0.02

0.015 Cu 3.0

2

2.5

0.25

0.4

Cu 0.5

5.5 6.0

4.7 0.8

0.25 0.2

0.6 0.9 2.5 1.4 2.1

V 1.0 Nb 2.6 Nb 0.6 Cu 3.5 Cu 0.4 Cu 2.25

0.7 0.3 0.2

Star Guide

S

0.26 0.45 0.5 0.25 0.75

3

9.0 14.2 9.0

P

Nb 6.0

1

15.0 21 15.5 23.0 22 20.5 21.5

Ti 0.07 0.07 0.85 1.0 0.6 0.05 0.05

2.5 1.0 1.8

0.6

6.0 3.0 4.6 2.5

Al

2.75

5

16.5 5.5 24.5 9.0

C

0.075 0.05 0.07

1.3 1.0

0.05

0.3

Nb3.0 Cu 1.8 0.008

Cu 0.5

3.2 0.3

Cb 3.7

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials

47


Materials Cross Reference Chart

Country/Standard Material Group

Commercial Designation

ATI Allvac Designation

ATI Allegheny GERMANY/ITALY Ludlum W.-Nr. DIN Designation Nickelvac® 690 2.4642 NiCo28Cr15MoAlTi

Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys

Inconel® 690 Inconel 700 Inconel 702 Inconel 706 Inconel 713 Inconel 718 Inconel 718-OP Inconel 720 Inconel 721 Inconel 722 Inconel 725 Inconel 751 Inconel X-750 Jessop G 81 Jethete M-252 MAR-M 200 MAR-M 246 MAR-M 421 MAR-M 432 Monel 400 Monel K 500 Monel R 405 Nimocast 713 Nimocast PD 16 Nimocast PE 10 Nimonic® 105

Nickel based alloys

Nimonic 115

2.4636 NiCo15Cr15MoAlTi

Nickel based alloys

Nimonic 75

2.4630 NiCr20Ti

Nickel based alloys

Nimonic 80A

Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys

Nimonic 86 Nimonic 90 Nimonic 901 Nimonic 95 Nimonic C-22 Nimonic C-263 Nimonic C-276 Nimonic PE 13 Nimonic PE 16 Nimonic PK 25 Nimonic PK 31 Nimonic PK 33 R-235 Refractaloy 26 René 100 René 125 René 41 René 63

U.K.

FRANCE

USA

AFNOR

AMS

NK27CADT

NC13AD NC19FeNb

5550 57-2 5391 5383

NC16Feti

5541

NC15FeTNb

5542

Allvac® 706 Allvac 718 Allvac 718-OP Allvac 720

G-NiCr13Al16MoNb ALTEMP® 718 2.4668 NiCr19Fe19NbMo

Nickelvac W-722

3146.3 HR8

NiCr16FeTi

Nickelvac X-751 Nickelvac X-750 ALTEMP 750 Allvac M-252

Nickelvac 400 AL 400 Nickelvac K-500

2.4694 2.4669 NiCr16FetTi NiCr20Co18Ti G-NiCr19Co NiW13Co10Cr9AlTi NiCo10W10Cr9AlTi NiCr16Co10WalTi NiCo20Cr16WAlTi 2.4360 NiCu30Fe 2.4375 NiCu30Al G-NiCr13A16MoNb NiFe33Cr17Mo 2.4634 NiCo20Cr15MoAlTi

5551 NKW10CATaHf

3072-76 NU30 3072-76

4544 4676 4674 5391A

HC203

NC13AD

HC202 HR3 HR401, 601 HR5, 203-4 HR401, 601

NC20N13 NCKD20ATV NCVK15ATD NC20T

Nickelvac 80 A

2.4631 NiCr20TiAl

Nickelvac N-90 Nickelvac 901

2.4632 NiCr20Co18Ti 2.4662 NiCr15MoTi

HR2,202 NCK20TA Z8NCDT42

2.4650 NiCr20CoMoTi 2.4819 NiCr22Fe18Mo NiFe33Cr17Mo

HR10

Nickelvac C-22 Nickelvac C-263 ALTEMP 263 Nickelvac C-276 AL 276

NiCr20Co16MoTi

NC20TA

NCK20D

HR6,204 NC22FeD HR207 NW11AC NKCD20ATU 5057

5660, 5661

ASME SB575 5536E 5751A

NC19KDU/V Z6NKCDT38

AISI:690

NiCo15Cr10MoAlTi Rene 41

NiCr19Co11MoTi

NC19KDT

5712, 5713

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Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

48

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials


Materials Cross Reference Chart

Fe 9.0 0.7 0.4

Co

28.5

17.2 17.2 14.7 8.0 7.0 7.5 7.0 7.0 0.5 2.5

16.9 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 20.0

Cr 29.0 15 15.6 16.0 12 19.0 19.0 18 16 15.5 21 15.5 15.5 20.6 19.0 9.0 9.0 15.5 15.5

Mo

W

3.7

4.5 3.1 3.1 3

Mn

C

0.2 0.1 0.05

0.25 0.12 0.04 0.03 0.13 0.02 0.02

1.25 0.15

2.25

0.07 0.04

0.2

0.5

0.2

0.5

0.05 0.04 0.08 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.1 0.15 0.12 0.06 0.03 0.1

8

9.75 12.5 10.0 3.5 3

2.5 1.7

1.2 1.0 1.25 34.0 3.0 0.5

Si 0.2 0.3 0.2

0.25 0.25 0.25

20

13.5 16.5 20.0 14.75

4.5 3.3 6.0 5

13.2

14.2

4

0.7 1.0

2.5 0.5

0.5

Al

Ti

P

S 0.007

3.0 3.4 6 0.5 0.5 2.5 0.1 0.7 0.3 1.2 0.7 1.5 1.0 5.0 5.5 4.25 2.5

2.2 0.7 1.8 0.6 0.9 0.9 5 3.0 2.4 1.5 2.3 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.75 4.3

2.7

0.6

6.0 1.2

0.9 1.2

Others Cu 0.2

Cb 2.9 Cb 5.2 Cb 5.2 Cu0.2

0.005

Nb 3.5 Cb 1.1, Cu 0.2 Cb 0.95 B 0.007 Nb1.0 Ta1.5 Nb1.75 Nb2.0

0.01 0.01 Cu31.5

4.7

1.2

Cu

0.16

5

4

Zr

4

20

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.1

0.35

Cu+S

0.55

19.5

0.2

0.55

0.08

1.4

2.4

Cu+S

0.065 0.05 0.1 0.07 0.06 0.01 0.1 0.05 0.08

1.4 2.0

2.4 2.8 3.5

0.45

2.15

1.2 2.9 0.4 2.1 20 0.2 5.5 4.7 1.6 3.8

1.2 2.9 2.3 2 2.5 2.8 4.7 2.5 2.5 2.5

0.3 35.0 5.0 4.0 5.0 18.5 1.2

0.5 10.0 16.0

3.0 3.5

18.0 18.0 1.2 20.0 0.5 1.5 19.5 14 14 1.15 20.0 15.0 10.0 11.0 15.0

25 19.5 12.5 19.5 21.2 20.0 15.5 21.75 16.5 19 20 18 15.0 18.0 10.0 8.9 19.0 14.0

10

Ce 0.03

6.0 13.5 5.85 16.0 9 3.5 4 4.5 7 5.5 3.2 3.0 2.0 9.75 6.0

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3.0 3.5 0.6

1.0 0.04

1.0 0.2

0.5

0.5

0.75

0.75

0.25 0.3 1.0

0.25 0.1 0.8

7.0 3.5

0.2

0.1

0.05 0.12 0.03 0.18 0.1 0.06 0.05

B 0.015 0.01

V 0.17

B 0.01 Nb5

V1.0 Hf1.05, Ta3.0 B 0.007

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials

49


Materials Cross Reference Chart

Country/Standard Material Group Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys Nickel based alloys

Commercial Designation

ATI Allvac Designation

René 77 René 80 René 95 TRW VIA Udimet® 500 Udimet 520 Udimet 630 Udimet 700 Udimet 710 Udimet 718 Waspaloy

ATI Allegheny GERMANY/ITALY Ludlum W.-Nr. DIN Designation

U.K.

FRANCE

USA

AFNOR

AMS

NC14K8 NiTa9Co8W6CrAl NiCr18CoMoAlTi

NCK19DAT

AISI:684

NCKD20AT NCK18TDA NC19FeNb NC20K14

AISI:687

Allvac® 520 NiCr19NbMo NiCo15Cr15MoAlTi

Allvac Waspaloy

2.4654

NiCr19Fe19NbMo NiCr20Co14MoTi

HR8

5583 5544

Country/Standard Material Group Alpha Titanium alloys Alpha Titanium alloys Alpha Titanium alloys Alpha Titanium alloys

Commercial Designation

ATI Allvac Designation

Ti-5Al-2.5Sn Allvac® 5-2.5 Ti-7Al-4Mo Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V Allvac 8-1-1 Ti-6Al-4Zr-2Mo-2Sn Allvac 6-2-4-2

Alpha Beta Titanium alloys Ti-6Al-4V

Allvac 6-4

Alpha Beta Titanium alloys Alpha Beta Titanium alloys Alpha Beta Titanium alloys Alpha Beta Titanium alloys

Allvac 6-6-2 Allvac 4-4-2

Alpha Beta Titanium alloys Alpha Beta Titanium alloys Alpha Beta Titanium alloys Alpha Beta Titanium alloys Alpha Beta Titanium alloys Alpha Beta Titanium alloys Beta Titanium alloys Beta Titanium alloys Beta Titanium alloys Beta Titanium alloys Pure Titanium Pure Titanium Pure Titanium Pure Titanium Austempered ductile Austempered ductile Austempered ductile Austempered ductile Austempered ductile Austempered ductile Austempered ductile

iron iron iron iron iron iron iron

Austempered ductile iron

Ti-6Al-6V-2Sn Ti-4Al-4Mo-2Sn-0.5Si Ti-4Al-4Mo-4Sn-0.5Si Ti-7Al-4Mo Ti-6Al-5Zr-0.5Mo0.25Si Ti-6Al-5Zr-4Mo-Cu0.2Si 3-2.5 6-4ELI 6-2-4-6 Ti-17 Ti-13V-11Cr-3Al Ti-8Mo-8V-2Fe-3Al Ti-3Al-8V-6Cr-4Mo4Zr Ti-11.5Mo-6Zr-4.5Sn Ti 99.5 Ti 99.6 Ti 99.7 Ti 99.8 269-321 269-321 302-363 302-363 341-444 341-444 444-555

ATI Allegheny GERMANY/ITALY U.K. FRANCE Ludlum W.-Nr. DIN AFNOR Designation TiAl5Sn2 TA 14,17 T-A5E TiAl7Mo4 TiAl8Mo1V1 TiAl6Zr4Mo2Sn2 TA 10-13 TiAl6V4 T-A6V TA 28 TiAl6V6Sn2 TiAl4Mo4Sn2Si0.5 5103 T-A4DE TiAl4Mo4Sn4Si0.5 5203 TiAl7Mo4 TiA6Zr5Mo0.5Si0.25 TiAl6Zr5Mo4Cu Si0.2

Allvac Allvac Allvac Allvac Allvac

3-2.5 6-4ELI 6-2-4-6 Ti-17 13-11-3

USA AMS ASTM: B 265 ASTM: B 381 4915, 4933, 4972 4919, 4975, 4976 4906, 4920,4928, 4965, 4967 4971

ASTM: B 381

T-AGZ-50 M201 4943, 4944 4907, 4930, 4931 4981 4995 4917

TiV13Cr11Al3

Allvac 38-644 Allvac 70, Ti CP-4 Allvac 55, Ti CP-3 Allvac 40, Ti CP-2 Allvac 30, Ti CP-1

Ti 99.5 Ti 99.6 Ti 99.7a Ti 99.8 EN-GJS-800-8 EN-JS1100 EN-GJS-1000-5 EN-JS1110 EN-GJS-1200-2 EN-JS1120 EN-GJS-1400-1

444-555

TA 6 TA 2-5 TA 1

AIR: 9182 T60 AIR: 9182 T50 AIR: 9182 T40 AIR: 9182 T35

EN-JS-1130

ASTM: B381F4 ASTM: B381F3 ASTM: B381F2 ASTM: B381F1 125/80/10 (grade 1) 850/550/10 (grade 1) 150/100/7 (grade 2) 1050/700/7 (grade 2) 175/125/4 (grade 3) 1200/850/4 (grade 4) 230/185/--- (grade 5) 1600/1300/-(grade 5)

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Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

50

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials


Materials Cross Reference Chart

Fe

Co

Cr

Mo

0.4

15.0 9.5 8.0 7.5 19.0 12 18.0 16.5 15.0

15.0 14.0 14.0 6.0

13.0

15.0 18.0 18.0 19.5

4.2 4.0 3.5 2.0 4.0 6 3.0 5.0 3.0 3.0 4.3

Al

Sn

Mo

V

5.0 7.0 8.0 6.0

2.5 4.0 1.0 2.0

1.0

18.0

18.0

2.0

19

Mn

C

Al

Ti

0.1

0.07 0.17 0.15 0.13 0.07

4.3 3.0 3.5 5.4 3.0 2 0.5 4.4 2.5 0.6 1.40

3.3 5.0 2.5 1.0 3.0 3 1.0 3.4 5.0 1.0 3.0

4.0 3.5 5.8 0.1

0.1

1 0.03 0.07 0.07 0.05 0.05

1.5

Zr

P

S

Si

Others

Nb3.5 Nb0.5, Ta9.0

Nb6.5

Nb+Ta5.2 Zr .07

Others

4.0 2.0 2.0 4.0

5.5 4.0 4.0 4.0

6.0

0.5

6.0

4.0

3.0 6.0 6.0 5.0 3.0 3.0

Si 0.1

4.0

6.0 5.5 4.0 4.0 7.0

W

0.55 0.5 Fe 0.3 5.0

0.25

5.0

0.2

Cu 1.0

2.5 2.0 2.0

3.0 4.5

6.0 4.0

Fe 0.13 Fe 0.2 Fe 0.10 Cr 4.0 Cr 11.0

4.0 2.0

8.0

13.0 8.0

4.0

8.0

4.0

11.5

Cr 6.0

6.0

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Star Guide

Key to Recommended Inserts Material Designations

P

Unalloyed Steels

M

Stainless Steels

K

Cast Irons

P

Alloyed Steels

M

PH Stainless

N

Aluminum & Alloys H

S

High Temp. Alloys Hard Materials

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