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Jeanette Persson, Leif &angst kesson, Rickard Sundström, &angst ke Östlund: Coated milling insert. Sandvik, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, June 26, 2001: US06250855 (31 worldwide citation)

A coated cemented carbide cutting tool (indexable inserts) for the wet or dry milling, particularly at high cutting speeds, of stainless steels of different composition and microstructure, but also for the milling of non-stainless steels such as low carbon steels and low and medium alloyed steels is ...


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Per Lindskog, Per Gustafson, Björn Ljungberg, &angst ke Östlund: Coated turning insert and method of making it. Sandvik, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, March 13, 2001: US06200671 (23 worldwide citation)

A coated turning insert particularly useful for turning in stainless steel is disclosed. The insert is characterized by a WC—Co-based cemented carbide substrate having a highly W-alloyed Co-binder phase and a coating including an inner layer of TiC


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Mats Waldenström, &angst ke Östlund, Ove Alm: Cemented carbide insert for turning, milling and drilling. Sandvik, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, April 24, 2001: US06221479 (22 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a cemented carbide insert with excellent properties for machining of steels and stainless steels. The cemented carbide comprises WC and 4-25 wt-% Co. The WC-grains have an average grain size in the range 0.2-3.5 &mgr;m and a narrow grain size distribution in the range 0-4.5 &mgr;m ...


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&angst ke Östlund, Jeanette Persson, Rickard Sundström: Coated milling insert. Sandvik, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, June 18, 2002: US06406224 (22 worldwide citation)

A coated milling insert particularly useful for milling in low and medium alloyed steels with or without abrasive surface zones during dry or wet conditions at high cutting speed, and milling hardened steels at high cutting speed. The insert is characterized by a WC-Co cemented carbide with a low co ...


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&angst ke Östlund, Leif &angst kesson: Sintering method. Sandvik, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, July 31, 2001: US06267797 (11 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a method of sintering cemented carbide bodies including heating said bodies to the sintering temperature in a suitable atmosphere and cooling. If said cooling at least to below 1200° C. is performed in a hydrogen atmosphere of pressure 0.4-0.9 bar cemented carbide bodies with no s ...