Press Release Summary:
Available in grade SP0819, 4E Aerospace Turning Geometry meets demands of machining aerospace components manufactured from High Nickel, High Cobalt, and Titanium-based alloys. Construction includes approved aerospace substrate and Nano TiAIN layer PVD coating. Combination of coating with micro-grain carbide substrate promotes heat- and wear-resistance in high-temperature alloy machining, while reinforced chipbreaker profile with positive cutting action minimizes built-up edge.
Original Press Release:
ATI Stellram Introduces 4E Geometry for Aerospace Alloy Turning
LaVergne, TN- ATI Stellram specifically designed the 4E Turning Geometry to meet the demands of machining aerospace type components, manufactured from High Nickel, High Cobalt and Titanium-based alloys.
Available in new grade SP0819, 4E inserts utilize an approved aerospace substrate, and are enhanced with a Nano TiAIN layer PVD coating for unmatched performance.
ATI Stellram's new 4E Aerospace Turning Geometry provides ...
o Longer Tool Life. The 4E's combination of a new super-hard coating with micro-grain carbide substrate significantly improves heat and wear resistance in high temperature alloy machining, enabling longer tool life and higher productivity.
o Improved Component Quality. The 4E's new precise reinforced chipbreaker profile with positive cutting action dramatically reduces built-up edge, leaving a smooth surface finish and greater component dimension integrity.
o Application Versatility. The 4E is designed to machine a wide variety of materials including Stainless Steels, High Nickel, High Cobalt and Titanium-based alloys, helping to reduce shop inventory, operator error and cost.
ATI Stellram is a business unit of ATI Metalworking Products, an operating company of Allegheny Technologies, a leading producer of specialty metals, including titanium and titanium alloys, nickel-based alloys and superalloys, and stainless steel and specialty alloys.