The significance of the existence of ceramic blades for hair clippers
Posted by Admin | 28 Oct
In our daily life, we cannot do without a variety of props, especially ceramic blades for hair clippers. It is an important choice for baby hair clippers in our family. In addition to this, what is the significance of its existence.
Modern manufacturing has used a large number of high-performance and difficult-to-machine materials such as iron-based, nickel-based, cobalt-based, titanium-based superalloys, ultra-high-strength steel, and high-wear-resistant cast iron. When cutting, the tool durability and cutting productivity are extremely low, or even impossible to process at all. The continuous development of CNC machining and high-speed cutting technology also puts forward higher requirements on the performance of tool materials. Therefore, the research and development of high-performance new tool materials has become an urgent task.
Cemented carbide is currently the most used tool material, and its main component is WC. Due to the scarcity of tungsten (W) resources in the world, it is difficult to guarantee the long-term sustainable development of cemented carbide tools. The world's titanium (Ti) reserves are about 1,000 times that of tungsten, so the development of TiC (N)-based tool materials has obvious resource advantages. TiC(N)-based cermet is a new type of tool material that has developed rapidly in recent years. It uses TiC(N) as the main component and is formed by cold pressing and vacuum sintering. It not only has good comprehensive mechanical properties (between WC-based cemented carbide and ceramic), but also has low density, good thermal conductivity, and resistance to Corrosion, low friction coefficient with steel and other excellent characteristics, its applicable processing range also just fills the gap between cemented carbide tools and ceramic tools. In the United States and Japan, the use of TiC(N)-based cermet tool materials is increasing year by year, accounting for about 15% of the total cemented carbide tool materials. The use of TiC(N)-based cermet cutting tools in China is still in its infancy, and its research and development is of great significance to the development of China's cutting technology.