Characteristics of cemented carbide rotating crucible
Commonly used models have a cylindrical code A shape, a cylindrical ball head code C, a circle ball code D, an ellipse code E, a curved round head F, a curved tip G, and a torch shape code H. The 60-degree conical code is J, the 90-degree conical code is K, the conical dome code is L, the conical tip code is M, the inverted cone code is N, the conical flat head code is S, and the circular disk code is T, the concave arc code is U, the conical semicircular head code is W, and the 90 degree disk code is Y.
Carbide rotary boring is an indispensable advanced tool for fitters and molders. It is characterized by the fact that it replaces the small grinding wheel with handle and has no dust pollution. Its service life is equivalent to several hundred small grinding wheels with handles, and the price efficiency is increased by more than 5 times. Processing various metal and non-metal materials with hardness below HRC70, grinding surface up to Ral.6, easy to use, safe and reliable, greatly reducing heavy physical labor, reducing consumables and reducing costs.
Carbide rotary burrs are mainly used for power tools or pneumatic tools, and can also be installed on machine tools.
Carbide rotary crucibles are extremely versatile and are used in mold manufacturing, chamfering, rounding and groove machining of mechanical parts, cleaning of castings, forgings, flashing of weldments, burrs and welds, pipes, impeller runners. Whole-price, metal and non-metallic materials (bone, jade, stone) craftsmanship carving.