What Is a Carbide Bit?

Cemented carbide drill is a kind of equipment for drilling engineering.

Cemented carbide drill

Cemented carbide drill is a kind of equipment for drilling engineering.
Chinese name
Cemented carbide drill
Foreign name
tungsten-carbide bit
Subject
Drilling engineering
Category
drill
Explanation: A drill bit used in core drilling. The steel cylindrical drill body is welded with
Carbide drills are produced by weight on bit and self-rotation
1. Can be used for drilling of more complex materials.
YG3X (K01) hardness 91.5 has the best wear resistance among tungsten-cobalt-titanium alloys, but has poor impact toughness. It is suitable for high-speed finishing of small sections of cast iron nonferrous metals and their alloys, crushed steel, and alloy steel.
YG3 (K05) hardness 90.5 wear resistance second only to YG3X, more sensitive to shock and vibration, suitable for semi-precise turning, fine threading and reaming when continuous cutting of cast iron nonferrous metals and its alloys
YG6A (K10) hardness 91.5 is a fine-grained alloy with good abrasion resistance. It is suitable for semi-finishing of cold-hardened cast iron, non-ferrous metals and their alloys, as well as semi-finishing and finishing of crushed steel alloy steel.
YG6 (K15K20) hardness 90 has higher wear resistance, but is lower than YG3, and has better impact and vibration resistance than YG3X. Suitable for semi-finishing and finishing of medium cutting speeds of cast iron, non-ferrous metals and alloys, and non-metal materials.
YG8 (K30) hardness 89.5 is high in strength, impact resistance and shock resistance better than YG6, but wear resistance and allowable cutting speed are lower. Suitable for low speed rough machining of cast iron, non-ferrous metals and alloys, and non-metal materials.
K0 type: It is used for inlaying in the shape of hard alloy soldering chips (24.26.28.30.32.34.36.36.30.40.42, etc.),
T3 type: alloy drill bits (T308, T310, T313) for rotary drilling into rock formations,
T1 type: used for drilling in hard rock formations (T105, T108, T110)
Type k1 is used for setting cross-shaped and x-shaped hard alloy bit (K117.K119.K120.K122.K124.K12)
Carbide drill bit drawings

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