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The identification of machined material is the most important thing for the right solution of cutting tool and cutting conditions. Machined
materials are classified into 6 basic groups according to standard ISO 513. In each group are associated materials which cause the same
load type of the cutting edge and thus also a similar wear type.
classification of machined materials
Milling
P
Carbon steels – non-alloyed
Carbon cast steels
Carbon tool steels
Low-alloyed steels
Alloyed steels
Low and medium alloyed steels
Alloyed tool steels
Ferritic and martensitic corrosion-resistant steels
ASTM A176-74 and cast steels
M
Austenitic and ferritic – austenitic corrosion-resistant, heat-resistant and creep-resistant steels
Furthermore, non-magnetic and abrasive-resistant steels
K
Grey cast iron non-alloyed and alloyed
Nodular cast iron
Malleable cast iron
N
Non-ferrous metals
Al alloys
Cu alloys
S
Special creep-resistant Ni, Co, Fe and Ti based alloys
NIMONIC 80A – ASTM A637
INCOLOY 800HT – UNS No 8811
INCONEL 617 – No 6617
H
Heat-treated steels with hardness 48 – 60 HRC
Hardened steels HRC 48 – 60
Hardened ingot-mould iron with hardness 55 – 85 HSh