89.5HRA Tungsten Carbide Heading Die 2200MPa Cemented Carbide Inserts
|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||5 Kilograms|
|Delivery Time:||10-15 work days|
|Payment Terms:||D/P, T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||1000 Tons per year|
|Material:||100% Virgin Tungsten Carbide||Grade:||YG6/YG10|
|Size:||Customized||Shipment:||As Your Request|
|Warranty:||More Than 4 Years||Certification:||ISO9001/ISO14001|
|Usage:||Metal Wire Drawinng||Chemical Composition:||Co-WC|
|Color:||Black||Application:||Steel Wire Rope|
89.5HRA Tungsten Carbide Heading Die,
2200MPa Tungsten Carbide Heading Die,
89.5HRA Cemented Carbide Inserts
Wire drawing dies are usually used to shorten the diameter of various ferrous and non-ferrous metal rods and wires. Applications include various grades of low/medium/high carbon steel, steel alloys, stainless steel, welding wire, and various non-ferrous metal rods and wires. JWE cemented carbide wire drawing dies (TC dies) enable wire manufacturers to maintain uniform wire roundness, minimizing material usage and the possibility of bursting. The high wear resistance of our tungsten carbide nozzles will ensure that even the most abrasive filament can be printed with confidence.
Tungsten carbide cold heading dies for fasteners, high impact resistance, toughness, wear resistance, and quality consistency. You are encouraged to use our professional carbide grades for cold heading &punching die nibs. Power metallurgical Compacting dies and other industries.For stable performance and high-cost-effectiveness.They have been proved to be ideal in making non-ferrous metal, ferrous metal, and their alloys.
Tungsten carbide will not soften at high temperatures like hardened steel, resulting in a longer-lasting nozzle. Print up to 500c with high abrasion resistance!
Our tungsten carbide nozzle is a single piece, single material nozzle, meaning thermal conductivity and optimized flow is maintained through the entire nozzle, unlike multi-material tungsten carbide tipped nozzles.
Tungsten carbide nozzles are less expensive to manufacture than ruby or sapphire tipped nozzles and maintain better flow and temperature stability at the nozzle tip.