Tungsten Carbide Mold, Cemented Carbide Drawing Dies For Wire Industry
Tungsten carbide, also called cemented carbide, is a composite of tungsten carbide particles and metal cobalt. Tungsten carbide is a non-oxidizing hard alloy that maintains a similar hardness to corundum or gemstones even at very high temperatures. Tungsten carbide has been used as a core for wire drawing dies for more than 100 years and is still widely used.
Minimum and maximum dimensions.
Holes from 1,0 up to 40 mm, outer dimensions from 10 up to 200 mm, length from 1,0 up to 300 mm.
Mirror polish before and after coating.
± 0.005 mm tolerances.
Possibility of tooling design.
Mechanical Processing surfaces when it is geometrically possible.