Basic grades

(GC 4230 (HC) – P30 (P10-P40

.Allround grade for modern machining with a good balance of security and productivity
Coated carbide grade for light to heavy milling (both wet and dry) in unalloyed and low
alloyed steels. First choice in face milling and an optimizer for higher productivity in
.shoulder milling

(GC 4220 (HC) – P20 (P10-P25

Coated carbide grade optimized for best productivity in steel milling. Grade for dry
.machining with high chip removal rate

(GC 4240 (HC) – P40 (P35 – P50

Coated carbide grade for toughness demanding operation in steel milling. For end
mill and square shoulder concepts grade GC4240 should be used in more stable
conditions like short overhang , face milling, shallow shoulder milling etc. For other
.concepts grade GC4240 is the first or backup choice in toughness operation
Benefits of security. Suitable for small batch production of mixed material. Workes
.well both with or without coolant

(GC 1030 (HC) – P30 (P15 – P40

PVD-coated carbide grade. GC1030 is the first choice in unstablie conditions like
Longedge, chip jamming, deep shoulder and endmilling. long overhang, Turnmill
operations etc. Can be used as a backup choise in toughness operation. In
combiation with perifery ground inserts first choice for sticky materials e g lowcarbone
.steel

(CT 530 (HT) – P15 (P10 – P15

Cermet grade for light milling operations mainly without coolant. The high resistance
to plastic deformation and smearing/buildt-up edges makes it suitalble for a wide
cutting speed range. Ideal grade for Wiper inserts.

Complementary grades

(GC 1010 (HC) – P10 (P05-P15

PVD-coated carbide grade for milling within application area of typical pre-harden and
.plastic mould steel from 36HRC and above

(GC 2030 (HC) – P30 (P20 – P40

PVD-coated carbide grade for milling of low-carbon steels that tends to build up
.edges. Also very suitable for 90 degree milling in mixed materials

(GC 2040 (HC) – P45 (P30 – P50

Coated carbide grade for milling of steels when a combination of sharp cutting edges
and a tough grade is needed at low speeds. Very useful for small batch production
.of mixed materials

(GC 3040 (HC) – P20 (P10 – P40

Coated carbide grade with very good abrasive wear resistance for rough milling of
.steel at medium to high speeds

(SM30 (HW) – P35 (P30 – P40

Uncoated carbide grade for medium to rough milling at low to moderate cutting
.speed. Good edge security in hard materials and at unstable conditions

(GC 1025 (HC) – P30 (P15 – P30

PVD-coated carbide grade for light milling of steel. In combination with perifery
.ground inserts first choice for sticky materials e.g. low-carbon steels

Austenitic/ferritic/martensitic stainless steel

Basic grades

(GC 2040 (HC) – M40 (M25 – M40

.MT-CVD coated carbide grade. 1:st choice for face milling in all stainless steels
.Used at low to high cutting speeds under toughness demanding conditions

(GC 1040 (HC) – M30 (M15 – M25

A tough PVD-coated carbide grade, for milling under difficult conditions with
intermediate cutting speed and/or feed, For application where demands on edgeline
security and edge sharpness is high. Primarily for sticky austenitic and duplex
.stainless steels, 1:st choise is dry but also wet

:M30B

CVD-coated cemented carbide grade, for turbine blade machining, under normal
.difficult conditions at high cutting speeds. Dry conditions are preferred

Complementary grades

(GC 1030 (HC) – M15 (M10 – M20

.PVD-coated carbide grade to be used when stability is good with high cutting speeds
.A good complementary grade in martensitic stainless steel

(GC 2030 (HC) – M25 (M15 – M30

,PVD-coated carbide grade to be used when stability is good with high cutting speeds
.mainly austenitic stainless steels

(GC 4240 (HC) – M40 (M30 – M40

A very tough MT-CVD coated carbide grade for small batch production of mixed
.materials

(CT 530 (HT) – M10 (M10 – M15

A cermet grade to be used in light finish operations. At high cutting speed under
.stable conditions. Preferable dry

(GC 4230 (HC) – M30 (M25 – M35

MT-CVD coated carbide grade for productive milling in martensitic stainless steels at
.high cutting speeds

(GC 1025 (HC) – M15 (M10 – M20

.PVD-coated carbide grade to be used when stability is good with high cutting speeds

(GC 1010 (HC) – M10 (M05 – M10

.PVD coated carbide grade to be used in light finish operations at high cutting speed
.under stable conditions

(S30T (HC) – M25 (M15 – M35

PVD-coated carbide grade for shoulder milling under stable conditions in austinitic
.and duplex stainless steels

(S40T (HC) – M40 (M30 – M40

MT-CVD-coated carbide grade for very toughness demanding operations in all
.stainless steels, a tougher complement to GC2040 in face milling

Cast iron

Basic grades

(GC 3040 (HC) – K30 (K20 – K40

Coated carbide grade for toughness demanding milling of cast iron e.g. nodular cast
iron, wet conditions or high tensile iron. Long predictable tool life at low to medium
.cutting speeds

(GC 3220 (HC) – K15 (K10 – K25

CVD-coated carbide grade for medium to rough milling of grey cast iron mainly under
.dry conditions.Long predictable tool life at medium to high cutting speeds

(GC 1020 (HC) – K20 (K10 – K25

PVD-coated carbide grade for medium to rough milling of grey and nodular cast iron
.under wet conditions. To be used at medium to high speeds with predictable tool life

(CB50 (BN) – K10 (K01 – K20

CB50 is a cubic boron nitride tipped grade. It gives a high edge toughness combined
with good wear resistance. CB50 is well suited for machining of cast iron under
.favourable conditions

(K20W (HC) – K20 (K15 – K30

Coated carbide grade for medium to rough milling of grey cast iron under wet
.conditions. To be used at low to medium speeds

(CC 6190 (CN) – K05 (K01 – K15

Silicon nitride ceramic grade for light roughing to semifinishing of grey cast iron at
.high cutting speeds
:K20M
Medium thick CVD-coated carbide grade, for various applications, medium to rough
milling in all kind of cast iron, mainly under dry conditions. Long predictable tool life
.at medium to high cutting speeds

GC 3330

A hard CVD-coated (thick coating) grade for rough to finishing of all kind of cast iron
and application types (face to shoulder milling) at average to stable conditions, dry
and wet.

Complementary grades

(K20D (HC) – K15 (K10-K25

.MTCVD coated grade for medium to rough milling of cast iron. Mainly without coolant
.Long tool life with high speed capability

(H13A (HW) – K20 (K10 – K25

Uncoated carbide grade with wear resistance and toughness for light to medium
milling at moderate cutting speeds. Ideal choice for milling of ferritic nodular cast
.iron

(GC 1010 (HC) – K05 (K01-K10

PVD-coated carbide grade for finishing milling in grey and nodular cast iron. A long
.tool life can be received with a sustained surface finish

(GC 4220 (HC) – K25 (K20 – K30

Coated carbide grade for light to heavy milling of cast iron at medium speeds. To
.complement GC3000 grades in operations

(GC 4230 (HC) – K30 (K20 – K35

.Coated carbide grade for light to heavy milling of cast iron

(GC 4240 (HC) – K40 (K30 – K40

Coated carbide grade for medium to heavy operations at low speeds where the
.toughness demand is high

(K15W (HC) – K15 (K10 – K25

Coated carbide grade for milling of grey cast iron under wet conditions.To be used at
.medium speeds

Non ferrous metals, plastics, wood

Basic grades

(CD10 (DP) – N05 (N01 – N10

Polycrystalline diamond tipped grade for machining of non ferrous and non metallic
.materials. Gives long tool life, clean cut and good surface finish

(H10 (HW) – N10 (N05 – N15

Uncoated finegrained carbide grade,that gives excellent edge sharpness, for milling
.of aluminium

(H13A (HW) – N15 (N10 – N25

Uncoated carbide grade suitable for milling of aluminium alloys in combination with
.”sharp” cutting edges

Complementary grades

(CT 530 (HT) – N15 (N10 – N20

Cermet grade mainly recommended at high RPM when milling aluminium thanks to
.the low tendency to build up edges and low weight of the inserts

(GC 1025 (HC) – N15 (N10 – N25

PVD-coated carbide grade for rough milling of aluminium alloys in combination with
.ground cutting edges

(H10F (HW) – N15 (N10 – N25

Uncoated carbide grade suitable for milling of aluminium alloys in combination with
.”sharp” cutting edges

(GC 1030 (HC) – N15 (N10-N25

PVD-coated carbide grade for rough milling of aluminium alloys in combination with
.ground cutting edges

Heat resistant alloys
Titanium alloys

Basic grades

(H10F (HW) – S25 (S20 – S30

Uncoated carbide grade with fine grain sizes. High notch wear resistance makes it
.suitable for milling of aerospace materials e.g. titanium

(GC 2030 (HC) – S20 (S15 – S25

PVD-coated carbide grade for semifinishing to light roughing of heat resistant
.superalloys

(GC 1030 (HC) – S15 (S10 – S20

PVD-coated carbide grade for milling of heat resistant super alloys at medium
.speeds. Good resistance to built-up edges and plastic deformation

(GC 2040 (HC) – S30 (S25 – S40

MT-CVD-coated carbide grade for milling of cast heat resistant alloys and toughness
demanding titanium milling. In titanium milling prefer GC2040 when toughness
demand is high combined with long contact times (high heat generation) as when
.large Dc and/or large ae

(S30T (HC) – S25 (S15 – S30

First choice grade for titanium milling. PVD TiAlN coated micro-grain cemented
carbide that combines high edge strength and bulk toughness. It has good
resistance to micro-chipping and keeps the cutting edge line intact longer. The grade
.focuses on high performance at elevated cutting speeds

(S40T (HC) – S35 (S25 – S45

MT-CVD-coated carbide grade for milling of titanium. First choice grade during
moderate to severe vibrations and in toughness demanding operations. It has high
bulk toughness and high edge strength thanks to its fine grained carbide structure
and high binder content. Wear grows slowly, making cutting edge duller without
.breaking

(GC 1010 (HC) – S10 (S05 – S10

PVD-coated carbide grade for milling of titanium during very good conditions. An
optimizer with excellent wear resistance at elevated cutting speeds. Sensitive to
.instability and vibrations

Complementary grades

(H13A (HW) – S20 (S15 – S25

Uncoated carbide grade with good abrasive wear resistance and toughness for
milling of heat resistant alloys under moderate cutting speeds and feeds.
(GC 1025 (HC) – S15 (S10 – S20

.PVD-coated carbide grade for milling of heat resistant superalloys at medium speeds
.Good resistance to built up edges and plastic deformation
(GC 1040 (HC) – S30 (S20 – S35

A tough PVD-coated carbide grade, for milling under difficult conditions with low to
intermediate cutting speed and/or feed, For application where demands on edgeline
security and edge sharpness is high. Primarily for sticky austenitic and duplex
.stainless steels

Hardened steel

Basic grades

(CB50 (BN) – H05 (H01 – H10

CB50 is a cubic boron nitride tipped grade. It gives a high edge toughness combined
with good wear resistance. CB50 is well suited for machining of hardened steel under
.favourable conditions

(CC 6190 (HC) – H10 (H05 – H15

Silicon nitride ceramic grade suitable for semi-finish milling of chilled cast iron at
.medium to high speed

(GC 1010 (HC) – H10 (H05-H15

PVD-coated carbide grade for machining in hardened steel. Can handle large portion
of machining demands from roughing to finishing operations. Due to exeptional
plastic deformation resistance, thermal crack resistance and good wear resitans the
grade can withstand long time in cut. Suitable for machining of hardened steel from
.۳۶HRC and above

(GC 1030 (HC) – H10 (H10-H20

PVD-coated carbide grade for milling of hardened components at low feeds and
.moderate speeds

(GC 4220 (HC) – H25 (H15 – H30

.Coated carbide grade for light roughing operations

Complementary grades

(CT 530 (HT) – H25 (H10 – H25

Cermet grade for finish milling of hardened steel components at low to medium
.speeds
(GC 3040 (HC) – H25 (H20 – H30
Coated carbide grade for rough milling of hardened steel at fair conditions and low
.to medium speeds

(GC 1025 (HC) – H15 (H10 – H20

PVD-coated carbide grade for milling of hardened components at low feeds and
.moderate speeds
(H1P (HW) – H10 (H05 – H15

.Uncoated carbide grade for finishing chilled cast iron at medium speeds