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About Hangzhou Chai Cutting tools Co.,Ltd

Hangzhou Chai Cutting tools Co.,Ltd, established in 2012, is a professional Parting Grooving Turning tool Manufacturers and Parting and Grooving Tools factory in China which engaged in the research and development, production, sale and service of various cutting tools. Our main products include CNC turning tools, milling tools, drilling tools, boring tools and many kinds of toolholders, inserts, which apply to a wide range of areas, inlcuding mold manufacturing, vehicles, wind power and nuclear power, railway and aviation industry. Chaitools has gained the ISO9001 quality management system certification and established a complete quality control procedure. After several years' hard working, the performances and indexes of our products is close to or exceeds the cutter of domestic and foreign first-level mainstream brands, and has the well applicability and economy. We also custom Parting and Grooving Tools like grooving cutters, grooving holders.

Strict Quality Management System

  • High-tech Enterprise Certificate

    High-tech Enterprise Certificate

  • R&D Certificate

    R&D Certificate

  •  ISO9001 Certificate

    ISO9001 Certificate

  • Patents Certificate

    Patents Certificate

Industry knowledge

What are the different types of materials used in Parting and Grooving Tools, and what are their advantages and disadvantages?How can Parting and Grooving Tools be optimized for productivity and efficiency?

Parting and Grooving Tools are typically made of materials like carbide, ceramic, and high-speed steel. Carbide tools are the most common due to their excellent wear resistance and toughness. However, they can be brittle and may chip or fracture under heavy loads. Ceramic tools are even harder and more wear-resistant than carbide, but they are also more brittle and can be difficult to machine. High-speed steel tools are less expensive and more ductile than carbide or ceramic, but they have lower wear resistance and may require more frequent sharpening.
To optimize the productivity and efficiency of Parting and Grooving Tools, it is important to select the right tool for the job, use appropriate cutting parameters, and ensure proper coolant flow and chip evacuation. Other strategies include using multi-tooth tools, increasing cutting speed and feed rates, and reducing the number of tool changes required. It is also important to monitor tool wear and adjust cutting parameters as needed to maintain optimal performance.

How do you select the right Parting and Grooving Tool for a specific application?What are the most common problems encountered when using Parting and Grooving Tools, and how can they be avoided?

Choosing the right Parting and Grooving Tool depends on a number of factors, including the material being machined, the size and geometry of the workpiece, the desired surface finish, and the required accuracy and tolerances. Other considerations include cutting speed and feed rates, chip evacuation, and coolant delivery. Some common tool geometries include square, rectangular, and circular inserts, as well as grooving tools with varying widths and depths.
Some common issues with Parting and Grooving Tools include tool breakage, poor surface finish, and chip evacuation problems. These issues can often be addressed by selecting the right tool geometry, using appropriate cutting parameters, and ensuring proper coolant flow and chip evacuation. It is also important to use high-quality tools and maintain them properly, including regularly sharpening or replacing worn inserts.