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P M K N S HIntroductionThis is CoroKey Material cross reference list General information

Turning

How to use the guide External/internal negative inserts Tool holders for negative inserts Internal/external positive inserts Tool holders for positive inserts How to use the guide Shallow parting Medium parting Deep parting Grooving Profiling Turning Tool holders External threading Internal threading How to use the guide Face milling Shoulder milling Face and profile milling Exchangeable-head milling tools How to use the guide Solid carbide drill Indexable insert drills

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Threading Milling

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Modular tooling Practical tips Formulas Index

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Drilling

Milling

Drilling

Threading

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134 136

134 136

134 136

134 136

Parting and Grooving

Parting and grooving

Turning

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Introduction

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1. WORKPIECE MATERIALISO

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SteelReference material: Low alloy steel, CMC02.1/ HB 180

ISO

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Aluminium alloysReference material: Cast, non-ageing, CMC 30.21/HB 75

MISO

ISO

Stainless steelReference material: Austenitic stainless steel, CMC 05.21/HB 180ISO

Heat resistant alloys Reference material: Ni-based,CMC 20.22/HB 350Hardened steel Reference material: Hardened and tempered, CMC 04.1/HRC 60

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Cast ironReference material: Grey cast iron, CMC 08.2/HB 220 Nodular cast iron, CMC 09.2/HB 250ISO

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A new material classification with MC codes will gradually be introduced by Sandvik Coromant and replace the existing CMC-code system. The MC codes, with further sub-groups, will give more specific cutting data recommendations compared to the CMC material classification.

2. TYPE OF APPLICATION (TURNING / MILLING)ap Depth of cut, mm Milling Turning

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RoughingOperations for maximum stock removal and/or severe conditions. High D.O.C. and feed rate combinations. Operations requiring highest edge security.

M F L

Medium machiningMost applications general purpose. Medium operations to light roughing. Wide range of D.O.C. and feed rate combinations.

FinishingOperations at light depths of cut (D.O.C.) and low feed rates. Operations requiring low cutting forces.

3. MACHINING CONDITIONS

Good conditionsContinuous cuts. High speeds. Pre-machined workpiece. Excellent component clamping. Small overhangs.

Average conditionsProfiling cuts. Moderate speeds. Forged or cast workpiece. Good component clamping.

Difficult conditionsInterrupted cuts. Low speeds. Heavy cast or forged skin on workpiece. Poor component clamping.

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4. CUTTING DATARecommended starting values for the cutting speed and feed, together with the working range (max min), are given on the insert dispensers, which makes it easy and quick to start machining.

Workpiece material Turning inserts Application type Machining condition

Milling inserts

ap = Depth of cut (mm, inch) fn = Feed (mm/r, inch/r) vc = Cutting speed (m/min feet/min) fz = Feed/tooth (mm, inch) vc = Cutting speed (m/min feet/min)

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5. INSERT IDENTIFICATIONInsert identity is permanently marked on the inserts with geometry and grade identifications, nose radius and cutting edge identity. Geometry identification: application type Cutting edge identityG

Geometry identification: workpiece material and application type.

Nose radius

C

20

GC

25

42 30

Grade identity

6. DEDICATED PRODUCTSDedicated insert geometries and grades for specific materials and machining conditions.ISO/ANSI

P STEELMedium-WMX / GC4205 -PM / GC4215

Finishing-WF / GC4215 -PF / GC4215

RoughingWR / GC4205 -PR / GC4215

Single sided

-WF / GC4215

First choice!

-PF / GC4215 -WF / GC4225 -PF / GC4225

-WMX / GC4215

-WR / GC4215Double sided

-PM / GC4225 -WMX / GC4225 -PM / GC4235

-PR / GC4225 -WR / GC4225 -PR/ GC4235

Single sided

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CONDITIONS

ProductivityHow can you improve it? What is productivity?Productivity itself has several definitions, the Sandvik Coromant definition is Output/Input. Doing more with less. The output can be influenced by a number of factors, such as: Selection of machining method and tool path Choice of tool, insert geometry and carbide grade Cutting data (speed, feed and depth of cut) Low number of rejects Fewer tool changes - more machining time Product availability - less inventory Technical training - better understanding

One key factor is the metal removal rate Q, which can be measured as the amount of material removed in a given time period (cm/min).

Turning:Metal removal rate cm/min

ae = radial depth of cut (mm) ap = axial depth of cut (mm) Dc = drill diameter (mm) f n = cutting feed (mm/r) n = spindle speed (rpm)

Q = vc ap fn

Milling:Metal removal rate cm/minap ae vf 1000

vc = cutting speed (m/min) v f = table feed (mm/min)

Q=

Drilling:Metal removal rate cm/minvc Dc fn 4

Q=

fn Dc

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Material cross reference list

Great Britain CMC1) StandardBS 4360 43C 4360 50B 150 M 19 250A53 534A99 1501-240 1503-245-420 805M20 311-Type 7 820A16 523M15 527A60 1501-620Gr27 1501-622 Gr.31;45 1503-660-440 722 M 24 897M39 524A14 605A32 823M30 830 M 31 816M40 817M40 530A32 530A40 (527M20) 1717CDS110 708A37 708M40 708M40 722M24 735A50 905M39 BL3 EN

SwedenSS

USAISI/SAE A573-81 5120 9255 9262 52100 ASTM A204Gr.A 4520 ASTM A350LF5 8620 8740 5015 5140 5155 ASTM A182 F11;F12 ASTM A182 F.22 L1 8620 L6 9840 4340 5132 5140 5115 4130 4137;4135 4140;4142 4140 6150 L3 L6

GermanyW.-nr. 1.0144 1.0570 1.0841 1.5026 1.0961 1.3505 1.5415 1.5423 1.5622 1.6523 1.6546 1.6587 1.7015 1.7045 1.7176 1.7262 1.7335 1.7380 1.7715 1.8515 1.8523 1.7039 1.5419 1.7323 1.7228 1.2713 1.7139 1.5755 1.2721 1.6511 1.6582 1.7033 1.7035 1.7131 1.7218 1.7220 1.7223 1.7225 1.7361 1.8159 1.8509 1.2067 1.2419 1.2713 DIN S275J2G3 S355J2G3+CR S355J2G3 55Si7 60SiCr7 100Cr6 16Mo3 16Mo5 14Ni6 21NiCrMo2 40NiCrMo22 17CrNiMo6 15Cr3 42Cr4 55Cr3 15CrMo5 13CrMo4-5

FranceAFNOR UNI

Italy

SpainUNE F-431 56Si7 60SiCr8 F.131 16Mo3 16Mo5 15Ni6 20NiCrMo2 40NiCrMo2 14NiCrMo13 42Cr4 12CrMo4 14CrMo45 TU.H 13MoCrV6 F-1712 F520.S F-1270 F-528 35NiCrMo4 35Cr4 42Cr4 16MnCr5 55Cr3 JIS

Japan

ISO

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02.1

1412 2132 2172 45 2085 31 2258 2912 362 2506 2245 48 2216 2218

2240 40C 2092 2108 33 2512 2127

2534 2550 110 24 2541 18B 18 2511 2225 19B 19A 19A 40B 47 41B 2234 2244 2244 2240 2230 2940 2140 -

E 28-3 E36-3 20 MC 5 55S7 60SC7 100C6 15D3 16N6 20NCD2 18NCD6 12C3 55C3 12CD4 15CD3.5 15CD4.5 10CrMo9 10 12CD9, 10 14MoV6 3 31CrMo12 30 CD 12 39CrMoV13 9 41CrS4 22Mo4 20MoCrMo16 50CrMo4 55NiCrMo16 16MnCrS5 31NiCr14 31NiCrMo134 50NiCr13 55NCV6 36CrNiMo4 40NCD3 34CrNiMo6 35NCD6 34Cr4 32C4 41Cr4 42C4 16MnCr5 16MC5 25CrMo4 25CD4 34CrMo4 41CrMo4 42CrMo4 32CrMo12 51CrV4 41CrAlMo7 100Cr6 105WCr6 35CD4 42CD4TS 42CD4 30CD12 50CV4 40CAD6, 12 Y100C6 105WC13

Fe52BFN/Fe52CFN Fe52 55Si8 60SiCr8 100Cr6 16Mo3KW 16Mo5 14Ni6 20NiCrMo2 40NiCrMo2(KB) 14CrMo4 5 12CrMo9, 10 30CrMo12 36CrMoV12 105WCR 5 653M31 38NiCrMo4(KB) 35NiCrMo6(KB) 34Cr4(KB) 41Cr4 16MnCr5 25CrMo4(KB) 35CrMo4 41CrMo4 42CrMo4 32CrMo12 50CrV4 41CrAlMo7 10WCr6 107WCr5KU -

SM 400A;B;C SM490A;B;C;YA;YB SUJ2 SNCM220(H) SNCM240 SCr415(H) SCr440 SUP9(A) SCM415(H) -

SCr430(H) SCr440(H) SCM420;SCM430 AM26CrMo4 34CrMo4 SCM432;SCCRM3 42CrMo4 SCM 440 42CrMo4 SCM440(H) F.124.A 51CrV4 SUP10 41CrAlMo7 100Cr6 105WCr5 F.520.S SKS31 SKS2, SKS3 SKT4

55NiCrMoV6 55NCDV7

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= Coromant Material Classification

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Material cross reference list

Great Britain CMC1) StandardBS 304S11 304S31 303S21 304S15 304C12 304S12 304S62 316S16 316S13 316S13 316S33 321S12 347S17 320S17 309S24 310S24 301S21 Grade 300 Grade 350 Grade 400 SNG 600/3 SNG 700/2 LM25 LM24 LM20 LM6 LM9 3146-3 HR8 3072-76 Hr401,601 EN

SwedenSS

USAISI/SAE 304L 304 303 304 304L 301 304LN 316 316LN 316L 316L 316 W.-nr. 1.4306

GermanyDIN X2CrNi 19-11

FranceAFNOR Z2CN18-10 Z6CN18.09 UNI

Italy

SpainUNE F.3551 F.3541 F.3504 F.3508 F.3551 F.3503 F.3517 F.3543 -

JapanJIS SUS304 SUS303 SUS304 SUS304L SCS19 SUS301 SUS304LN SUS316 SUS316LN SCS16 SUS316L SUS321 SUS347 SUH309 SUH310 SCS17 FC300 FC350 FCD600 FCD700 A5052 A6061 A7075 ADC12

ISO

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2352 58E 2332/2333 58M 2346 58E 2332 2333 2352 2331 2371 58J 2347 2375 2348 2353 2343 2347

X2CrNi18 11 X5CrNi18 10 X10CrNiS 18.09 X5CrNi18 10 X2CrNi18 11 X12CrNi17 07 X5CrNiMo17 12 X2CrNiMo1712 X2CrNiMo17 12 X8CrNiMo1713 X6CrNiTi18 11

05.21

1.4305 1.4301 1.4306 1.4310 1.4311 1.4401 1.4429 1.4404 1.4435 1.4436

Z10CNF 18.09 Z6CN18.09 Z3CN19.10 X2CrNi 18 9 Z2CrNi18 10 X9CrNi 18-8 Z12CN17.07 X2CrNiN 18 10 Z2CN18.10 X5CrNiMo17-12-2 Z6CND17.11 X2CrNiMoN 17-13-2 Z2CND17.13 X2CrNiMo17-12-2 Z2CND17-12 X2CrNiMo18-14-3 Z2CND17.12 X4CrNiMo17-13-3 Z6CND18-12-03 X6CrNiTi18-10 Z6CNT18.10

X8CrNiS 18-9 X5CrNi 18-10