Our Secomax™ ceramic insert grades provide optimized wear resistance and toughness when cutting parts from heat-resistant superalloys, such as Inconel, MAR, RENE, Nimonic and Waspaloy, at high speeds.
In fact, the high-speed capabilities of ceramics result in metal removal rates that are four to eight times greater than carbide. But to effectively utilize ceramic grades at high speeds, the workpiece setup and machining conditions need to be as stable as possible to prevent chipping of the grade.
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This sialon ceramic grade provides excellent performance in rough machining applications that involve nickel-based heat-resistant superalloys.
A sialon ceramic grade, CS300 is a tougher alternative to CS100 and is first choice for milling in nickel-based heat-resistant superalloys.