Attending IMTS2014, stop by Mitsubishi Materials USA in the West Building booth W-1426 to see our latest cutting tools. Seasoned booth staff will be available to discuss options for fine tuning your spindles and process. As a BONUS, Roush Yates Engines –Official Tooling Partner of Mitsubishi Materials- will have a car and engine in the booth.
An official announcement concerning Mitsubishi Materials partnership with Roush Yates Engines will be made in the booth on Sept. 11, 2014 at 11:00 AM with commemorative Tee's being offered –while supplies last- immediately after. See you at #IMTS2014!
Cycle Start with Confidence with Mitsubishi Materials cutting tools on your spindle!
Mitsubishi Materials has listened to YOU and in parallel with the launch of our new Turning Grades & Breakers for Cast Iron & Heat Resistant alloys; Mitsubishi is introducing our First Choice turning insert selection system designed to enable you to fully utilize Mitsubishi Materials breakthrough turning technologies simply and efficiently without second guessing. Yes, gone are the days of decoding Mitsubishi turning chip breakers and grades!
This video reviews how to select Mitsubishi Indexable turning inserts with minimal input that out of the box will insure you will Cycle Start with Confidence! Yes, Mitsubishi Materials turning insert selection is as simple as 1, 2 & 3.
1. Select ISO Material Class (P,M,K,S or N);
P=Steel = 6000 Series Grades
M=Stainless Steel = 7000 Grades
K=Iron = 5000 Series Grades
S= Heat Resistant Alloys = 9000 Series Grades
N= Non Ferrous
2. Select ISO grade turning application range by material. Application range is typically based on cutting severity/interruptions and is a good gage of relative insert hardness to material based on manufactures interpretation. Typical ranges are: (01, 10, 20, 30 or 40) with 40 representing extremely interruption or cutting conditions and a very tough insert.
Mitsubishi application range for Stainless Steel with no interruptions = M15 and when combine with 4 digit body the grade nomenclature above = MC7015. (Note: MC = Mitsubishi CVD Coating and MP = Mitsubishi PVD Coating)
3. Select breaker application range (L=Light, M= Medium, R= Rough) and combine with ISO Material Class:
P = Steel: (Light=LP, Medium=MP, Rough=RP)
M = Stainless: (Light=LM, Medium=MM, Rough=RM)
K = Iron: (Light = LK, Medium=MK, Rough =RK)
S=Heat Resistant Alloys: (Light = LS, Medium = MS, Rough = RS)
Homework problem: Turning application, Stainless Steel, no interruptions and light cutting conditions. Insert geometry CNMG432. 1st choice recommendation: CNMG432LM/MC7015. Does the above seem confusing, well it is actually extremely simple and probably better explained in the video. Watch the video. (Note: New grades will be available for select secondary breakers.)
If you have additional questions, please contact the Expert, your local Mitsubishi Materials District Manager or call Technical support @ 1-800-486-2341. Cycle Start with Confidence with Mitsubishi Materials cutting tools on your spindle!
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