One of the most common forms of scrap tungsten carbide (WC) purchased by Carbide Recycling Co. is Indexable “throw-away” Inserts. All tungsten carbide material contains tungsten with an added amount of either cobalt or nickel as a binder. In addition, carbide inserts usually ...Read More
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High Speed Steel Tooling, aka Tool Steel and Cobalt, have many of the same applications as carbide with the main advantage being a lower cost. Scrap High Speed Steel limitations are its lower cutting speed range. “M” Series (M1, M2, M42, etc.) and “T” Series (T1, T15, ...Read More
Carbide Wear Parts are a multitude of various solid carbide items used in all forms of manufacturing. Carbide tooling and wear parts hold up to ten times longer than steel. When a tool or material is being employed to carry out identical tasks on an extremely repetitive basis, ...Read More
Scrap Carbide Saw Tips, when attached to a steel blade, resist high temperatures and loss of breakage on woodworking and steel materials. Carbide is much harder material when compared to conventional steel. Carbide is one extremely hard and durable material in compared to conv ...Read More
Scrap Carbide drills bits are generally made of tungsten carbide that is nickel based with a coating of carbon. These types of drill bit has several many applications, such as drilling into stones, metals as well as removing screws that comes out of the metals. Carbide drill bit ...Read More