Carbide deposition is intended for the machining sector.
Carbide deposition is a process designed and developed in order to increase the performance and lifespan of your clamping tools. It involves a rough deposit of tungsten carbide applied in molten form.
It can be carried out on all types of clamps from Ø4mm and on steel or aluminium jaws. Carbon deposition is applied to the desired surface.
It reduces the number of contact points in order to improve clamping performance.
Boost production with the carbide deposition procedure:
Eliminate the phenomena of slipping between the part to be machined and the clamping mechanism. Enables you to improve your cutting conditions and to fully benefit from the performances of current production resources (high performance tools and machines). Reduces vibration phenomena. Extends the lifespan of your tools. Enables machining operations to be performed even with a very limited clamping area. Provides a highly advantageous replacement for standard solutions (added pins, squared jaws or clamps, etc.).
Types of deposition:
- Velvet: thickness 0.03/0.05mm
- Corundum: thickness 0.10/0.15mm
- Sand: thickness 0.12/0.20mm
Actual examples of carbide deposition application: Multi-spindle turning (tightening and advancing clamps). Transfer machine jaws (part pick-up equipment being often limited to the tightening exertion level). Milling on machining centres. Robot jaws to enable completion of high-speed transfer without risk of places flying off.
Located in the heart of the “Technic Vallée” which is home to numerous machining operators in this region, we have been providing their clamping equipment for ten years.