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You might have decades of field machining experience and an impressive inventory of in-situ machining equipment, but if the carbide inserts you are using are damaged or simply not fit for purpose, your end results will suffer.
Carbide inserts are the unsung heroes of the in-situ machining world, they are designed to withstand extreme heat and force and are made from some of the hardest materials in the world.
So how exactly are they made? Find out by watching the video created by Sandvik Coromant, or read the summary below.