Ceramic tools-alloys for cutting tools, Mechanical Engineering

Ceramic Tools

Aluminium oxide or Al2O3 is pressed and sintered in a powder metallurgy method in various shapes of cutting edges that are fastened to mechanical shanks. The hardness of such ceramic tool is over 65 RC and has chemical inertness and to wear, high resistance. Ceramic tools are made in minute pieces of several geometrical shapes and may be disposed off while not usable.

 

 

 

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