New CA3 Series and K Series chipbreakers maximize performance from rough cutting to finishing
Kyoto/Neuss – Kyocera Corporation (President: Goro Yamaguchi) announced today that it has developed a new line of indexable cutting tool inserts to improve cast iron machining. Made from new grades of CVD coated-carbide materials, Kyocera’s CA3 Series and chipbreaker K Series inserts offer significant improvements in machining cast iron components for automobiles, industrial machinery and many other heavy-duty applications. The new inserts address rising demand for metalworking tools that can deliver stable machining performance over a wide range of cutting conditions.
Three types of new materials and chipbreakers are available to address all aspects of cast iron machining, from rough cutting to finishing. Kyocera will continue to develop optimal insert grades to maximize users’ productivity in diverse cutting conditions.