New Generation Turning Grade's 30% Thicker Coating Improves Tool Durability

Dormer Pramet has introduced a new generation turning grade -- the T9415 -- the most advanced MT-CVD coated turning grade the company has launched in almost ten years, bringing greater stability and performance in a variety of cutting conditions.

This fourth generation Pramet grade covers a broad application range, replacing the previous T9310 and T9315. In addition, it also partly overlaps with grade T9325, giving T9415 one of the widest range of applications in steel turning.

With a 30% thicker coating than the previous generation, the Pramet T9415 significantly improves tool durability by increasing resistance to wear and offers higher productivity by allowing for higher cutting speeds.

VIDEO: Pramet T9415 -- New generation MT-CVD turning grade

Additionally, a new post-treatment process improves toughness and reliability of the cutting edge, especially in interrupted cuts and unstable conditions. The T9415 is also suitable for high cutting speeds.

The insert seating area has been ground to improve stability and enhance heat transfer away from the cutting edge. This further helps to improve tool life, reducing the plastic wear on the cutting zones. Also, a gold TiN coating allows operators to better detect wear along the flank of the inserts.

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