What is a carbide strip?
Carbide strips, also known as carbide blades, have good wear resistance and high flexural strength, suitable for processing hardwood, aluminum, copper rods, cast iron, non-ferrous metal profiles, and suitable for processing high-temperature alloys, stainless steel, High manganese steel and other materials. There are K10, K20, K30, YG10X and other grades.
Cemented carbide strips are mainly made of WC tungsten carbide and Co cobalt powder mixed by metallurgical methods through powder milling, ball milling, pressing and sintering. The main alloy components are WC and Co. WC in cemented carbide strips for different purposes The composition content of Co is not consistent with that of Co, and it is widely used.
One of the many materials of cemented carbide strip, named for its rectangular plate (or square), also known as tungsten steel plate.