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  • What is the difference between high speed steel, tool steel and carbide steel?

    What is the difference between high speed steel, tool steel and carbide steel?

    Tool steel refers to a variety of carbon and alloy steels that are particularly when used for cutting and drilling. The four major alloying elements that form carbides in tool steel are: tungsten, chromium, vanadium and molybdenum. The two materials from which most cutti...
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  • High Speed Steel: From which steel are drills made of

    High Speed Steel: From which steel are drills made of

    In order to manufacture drills, a tool steel is required that best meets the requirements of the application. For the production of drilling tools for metal cutting, high speed steel is used. Steels are generally divided into structural and tool steels. Tool steels are used, among other purposes,...
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  • High Speed Steel vs. Other Alloys

    Also known as air hardened steel, this type of steel is composed of steel substrate and metal carbide. The carbide can include molybdenum, vanadium or tungsten carbide. Both the substrate and carbide work together to improve a number of characteristics. It typically has a high carbon content and ...
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  • Oil drill pipe manufacturers tell you: matters needing attention in the use of oil drill pipes.

    When a new drill pipe is put into the well for use, it is recommended to loosen the joint twice at the wellhead, and the torque is slightly lower than the specified value. After confirming that the joint thread and sealing surface are in good condition, apply enough uniform thread oil, tighten th...
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  • Oil drill rod manufacturer to tell you: the precautions in the use of oil drill rod

    When the new drill rod enters the well, it is recommended to loosen the joint at the wellhead twice, with the torque slightly below the specified value.After confirming that the joint thread and sealing surface are intact, apply enough uniform threaded oil, tighten the joint thread according to t...
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  • HSS Steel Advantages

    HSS Steel Advantages

    Choose high speed tool steel to create cutting and forming tools that outpace other alloys. Select a popular grade of tool steel and enjoy extreme hardness and reliability in high-heat, high-impact and high-speed applications. These features are what make this tool steel a popular choice for cutt...
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  • High Speed Steel: From which steel are drills made of

    High Speed Steel: From which steel are drills made of

    In order to manufacture drills, a tool steel is required that best meets the requirements of the application. For the production of drilling tools for metal cutting, high speed steel is used. Steels are generally divided into structural and tool steels. Tool steels are used, among other purposes,...
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  • The main properties of high-speed steel

    The main properties of high-speed steel

    Also known as Fenggang or Fenggang, also known as white steel. It means that it can be hardened even if it is cooled in the air during quenching, and it is very sharp. It is a complex alloy steel, containing carbide forming elements such as tungsten, molybdenum, chromium, vanadium, and cobalt. Th...
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  • High-speed steel introduction and high-speed steel production process

    High-speed steel introduction and high-speed steel production process

    High-speed steel (HSS) is a tool steel with high hardness, high wear resistance and high heat resistance, also known as high-speed tool steel or front steel, commonly known as white steel. High-speed steel was created in 1898 by F.W. Taylor and M. White of the United States. High-speed steel h...
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  • The main types of high-speed steel

    The main types of high-speed steel

    High-speed steel is a complex steel with carbon content generally between 0.70 and 1.65%. Containing a large amount of alloying elements, the total amount can reach 10-25%. According to the different alloying elements contained, it can be divided into: ①Tungsten series high-speed steel (containin...
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