Excellent Corrosion Wear Resistance Tungsten Carbide Processing

Hardness: HRC90-HRC95
Material: Tungsten Carbide
Tolerance: ±0.01mm
Processing Method: Cutting, Grinding, Polishing
Shape: Round, Square, Rectangular
Product Name: Tungsten Carbide Processing
Heat Resistance: ≤900℃
Density: 14.5-15.0g/cm3
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Product Description:

Tungsten Carbide Processing is a specialized machining process used to form and shape tungsten carbide into desired shapes and sizes. It is a complex process that requires precision and expertise in order to attain high quality and accuracy in the finished product. Our tungsten carbide processing services include a variety of machining techniques such as high velocity oxygen-fuel (HVOF) tungsten carbide forming, EDM machining, and CNC machining.

We have the capability to produce tungsten carbide parts with excellent impact resistance, hardness of HRC90-HRC95, and precise tolerances of ±0.01mm. Our tungsten carbide parts are available in round, square, and rectangular shapes with a variety of surface finishes, including smooth and shiny. Whether you need small parts or large components, we are the company to turn to for superior tungsten carbide processing results.

The Benefits Of Tungsten Carbide Processing

Tungsten carbide provides many advantages, making it a go-to material for industrial applications. When processed, tungsten carbide exhibits exceptional hardness, ranking among the hardest materials available, making it ideal for applications requiring wear resistance and durability. Furthermore, tungsten carbide processing results in products with high strength, enabling them to withstand heavy loads, impacts, and harsh environments without deformation or failure. Additionally, tungsten carbide parts have excellent wear resistance, making them suitable for applications involving abrasion, erosion, and high-intensity wear conditions.

Furthermore, products made from tungsten carbide have a significantly longer tool life compared to traditional materials, reducing the need for frequent replacements and increasing overall productivity. Additionally, tungsten carbide exhibits good resistance to corrosion, making it suitable for use in harsh chemical environments and applications where protection against corrosion is essential. In addition, tungsten carbide maintains its strength and hardness even at high temperatures, enabling it to withstand extreme heat and thermal cycling without deformation or loss of performance.

Moreover, tungsten carbide has high thermal conductivity, allowing for efficient heat dissipation and reducing the risk of thermal damage to the tool or workpiece during processing. Additionally, tungsten carbide can be precisely machined to achieve complex shapes and tight tolerances, ensuring accuracy and consistency in the finished products. In addition, tungsten carbide processing finds applications in various industries, including metalworking, mining, oil and gas, automotive, aerospace, and cutting tools, due to its exceptional properties and versatility. Lastly, despite its initial higher cost compared to traditional materials, tungsten carbide processing offers a cost-effective solution in the long run due to its extended tool life, reduced downtime, and increased productivity.

 Technical Parameters:
MaterialTungsten Carbide
Processing MethodCutting, Grinding, Polishing
Surface FinishSmooth, Shiny
Heat Resistance≤900℃
Corrosion ResistanceExcellent
ShapeRound, Square, Rectangular
Wear ResistanceExcellent
Product NameTungsten Carbide Processing
The Astonishing Applications of Tungsten Carbide

Tungsten carbide is a material widely used in many settings due to its incredible hardness and durability. Its many uses span across a variety of settings, such as cutting tools, wear parts, dies and molds, orthopedic implants, drill bits, wind turbine components, exploration equipment, abrasives, and even the jewelry industry.

Cutting Tools

Tungsten carbide is used to create hardened tips and cutting edges for a number of drills, end mills, taps, reamers, and other types of tooling used to perform material-removing processes.

Wear Parts

Items like bulldozer blades, excavator teeth, conveyor skip plates, and chute liners require excellent wear-resistance and tungsten carbide provides just that.

Dies and Molds

Forming and stamping dies used in shaping metals and plastics require a material that can withstand repeated use and high pressure. Tungsten carbide fits this criteria.

Orthopedic Implants

Biocompatibility and mechanical strength are just two of the main requirements that tungsten carbide meets when used in joint replacement components, like knee and hip prosthetics.

Drill Bits

Drilling operations in oil and gas fields need drill bits that are durable and can efficiently drill through hard rock underwater. This is why tungsten carbide is the material of choice for these applications.

Wind Turbine Components

Durability is key in the wind turbine industry and it is no surprise that tungsten carbide is used in its gear systems and blade pitch mechanisms in order to keep wear surfaces protected.

Exploration Equipment

Coring bits, underreamers and industrial core drills are all commonly used in exploration equipment and have tungsten carbide as a key component due to its hardness.


Tungsten carbide is processed into particles and grains that are sometimes used as coated and bonded abrasives for polishing and grinding applications.

Jewelry Industry

Finally, tungsten carbide is also used in the jewelry industry, applied in decorative components for rings, cufflinks, and pendants due to its density and color properties.

 Support and Services:
Technical Support & Service for Tungsten Carbide Processing

We provide comprehensive technical support and service for our Tungsten Carbide Processing products. Our technical specialists are available to assist you with product selection, installation, and use. We also provide on-site technical support, troubleshooting, and maintenance services.

We offer a variety of training courses to help you maximize the performance of your tungsten carbide processing products. Our courses range from basic product overviews to more advanced topics such as advanced troubleshooting, maintenance, and installation.

At Tungsten Carbide Processing, we understand the importance of customer satisfaction. Our team is committed to providing the highest quality products and services, and to building trusting relationships with our customers.

 Packing and Shipping:
Packaging and Shipping

Tungsten Carbide Processing is packaged and shipped using the following methods:

  • Bubble wrap and cardboard boxes
  • Wooden crates
  • Palletized shipping

Packaging and shipping methods will vary depending on the size and weight of the order, and the shipping destination.

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