Heat Resistance Tungsten Carbide Plating Processing ≤900C

Processing Method: Cutting, Grinding, Polishing
Surface Finish: Smooth, Shiny
Shape: Round, Square, Rectangular
Lifespan: Long
Product Name: Tungsten Carbide Processing
Heat Resistance: ≤900℃
Impact Resistance: Excellent
Corrosion Resistance: Excellent
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Product Description:

Tungsten Carbide Processing is a cutting-edge technology that provides excellent impact resistance, tolerance of ±0.01mm, and superior corrosion resistance. It is often used in the production of tungsten cutting tools and tungsten carbide plating and coating. This technology is reliable and ensures a long lifespan. It is also versatile, as it can be used for cutting, grinding, and polishing. Tungsten Carbide Processing is a top choice for many industries looking to upgrade their products. It is highly dependable and ensures a long-term solution for many industrial applications.


Tungsten carbide is an exceptional material owing to its extraordinary properties. It is among the hardest materials available, making it ideal for applications requiring wear resistance and durability. Its processing results in products with high strength, enabling them to withstand heavy loads, impacts, and harsh environments without deformation or failure. Furthermore, tungsten carbide products have excellent wear resistance, suitable for applications involving abrasion, erosion, and high-intensity wear conditions.

On top of that, 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. Its good resistance to corrosion makes 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. The material also features high thermal conductivity, allowing for efficient heat dissipation and reducing the risk of thermal damage to the tool or workpiece during processing.

Tungsten carbide can also be precisely machined to achieve complex shapes and tight tolerances, ensuring accuracy and consistency in the finished products. It finds applications in various industries, including metalworking, mining, oil and gas, automotive, aerospace, and cutting tools, due to its exceptional properties and versatility. 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:
Wear ResistanceExcellent
Product NameTungsten Carbide Processing
ShapeRound, Square, Rectangular
Heat Resistance≤900℃
Processing MethodCutting, Grinding, Polishing
Impact ResistanceExcellent
Surface FinishSmooth, Shiny
Machining Tungsten CarbideYes
HVOF Tungsten CarbideYes

Tungsten carbide is an excellent choice of material for many applications. Its strength and durability make it suitable for cutting tools, wear parts, dies and molds, drill bits and other tools used in material removal processes. Tungsten carbide exhibits great wear resistance, making it suitable for orthopedic implants, wind turbine components, downhole drilling tools, and abrasives. It also has the density and color properties that make it popular choice in the jewelry industry.

Cutting tools that are made with tungsten carbide include drills, end mills, taps, reamers, and other tooling used in material removal processes. Wear parts such as bulldozer blades, excavator teeth, conveyor skip plates, and chute liners use tungsten carbide for its excellent wear resistance. Forming and stamping dies used to shape metals and plastics also incorporate tungsten carbide as it can withstand high pressures and repetitive use.

Orthopedic implants such as joint replacement components, like knee and hip prosthetics, benefit from the biocompatibility and mechanical strength of tungsten carbide. It is also used in the oil and gas drilling operations, as the robust tungsten carbide bits are able to efficiently drill through hard rock formations underwater. Similarly, in wind turbines, tungsten carbide coating or inserts can be used to protect wear surfaces in gear systems and blade pitch mechanisms.

Tungsten carbide has many applications in exploration equipment too. Coring bits, underreamers and industrial core drills are just some of the tools that make use of this material’s hardness. It is even used as particles and grains for coated or bonded abrasives for polishing and grinding processes. The jewelry industry also utilizes tungsten carbide for decorative parts such as rings, cufflinks and pendants.

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Packaging and Shipping for Tungsten Carbide Processing:

Tungsten carbide products are usually packaged in sealed plastic bags or cartons and shipped by air, land, or sea. The packaging is designed to protect the product from damage or contamination during the transportation process. The packaging may also include labels or tags for easy identification. For shipment by air, the products are usually placed in strong, durable containers that can withstand the rigors of air travel. The containers are often made of wood, metal, or plastic. For shipment by land or sea, the products are typically placed in crates, boxes, or bags.

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