While primarily intended for superalloys, including Inconel, Hastelloy and Waspaloy, as well as high-strength steels, the new CP200 for MDT is also highly productive when cutting cast iron with low hardness and martensitic stainless steels. The latest inserts feature an optimised micrograin and sharp, periphery-ground cutting edge that allows them to excel in high-speed operations and maintain a high resistance to plastic deformation.
In general, the CP200 grade complements Seco’s uncoated 883 grade, and can be paired with the company’s Jetstream Tooling® to further enhance chip control, productivity, surface finish and overall component quality. Jetstream Tooling delivers high-pressure coolant directly to the cutting edge to remove heat from the cutting zone and facilitate higher cutting speeds.
The CP200 range includes three chipbreaker options: FT for fine turning and deep grooving; MP for medium turning, profiling and grooving with good accessibility; and RP for fine and medium turning, profiling and grooving. Furthermore, the grade is offered in single and double-ended inserts and in cutting edge widths from 3 mm to 10 mm (0.125” to 0.25”).
To learn more about the CP200, please contact a local Seco representative or visit www.secotools.com/cp200
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