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NanoAmor
-- PCD & PCBN for Tool App.
 
Polycrystalline Diamond (PCD) for Cutting and Sharpening Tools
Components:
Micron sized particles of synthetic diamond, sintered and integrally bonded to a cemented tungsten carbide substrate using a high-temperature/high-pressure process
Main Advantages:
  • High Vickers hardness (~ 80 GPa), ~ 3 times that of cemented carbides
  • High thermal conductivity (~ 700 W/m.K), ~ 2 to 9 times that of cemented carbides
  • Low friction coefficient (~ 0.1-0.3), ~ 1/3 to 1/4 that of cemented carbides
  • Low thermal expansion (~ 0.9-1.18 x 10-6), 1/5 that of cemented carbides
  • Low affinity to nonferrous metals and non-metallic materials
  • Sintered products are structurally isotropic
  • Highest quality available in the market at highly competitive prices

General Applications:
High-speed processing and cutting of non-metallic materials, non-ferrous metals, and alloy materials.

 
Polycrystalline Cubic Boron Nitride (PCBN) for Cutting and Sharpening Tools
Components:
Micron sized particles of cubic boron nitride, sintered and integrally bonded to a cemented tungsten carbide substrate using a high-temperature/high-pressure process.
Main Advantages:
  • High hardness and high compressive strength (close to those of diamond)
  • High thermal stability and red hardness
  • High chemical stability
  • High wear resistance
  • High thermal conductivity

General Applications:
High-speed processing and cutting of ferrous metals and their alloys.

Contact and Order Information

To request a Quote or place an order of Superhard Materials please call us to 281-858-8688 or send us an email to sales-shm@nanoamor.com. Ask  our representative for our discount offers. 

    Nanostructured & Amorphous Materials, Inc.
    1526 Katy Gap Road, #302
    Katy, TX 77494, USA
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