XSYTIN1 is the strongest ceramic insert grade ever produced by Greenleaf and recommended for use in interrupted cuts removal of scale roughing semifinish and finish cuts in heatresistant superalloy materials cast irons nodular irons ductile irons steel alloys and stainless steels

XSYTIN@-1 is the strongest ceramic insert grade ever produced by Greenleaf, and recommended for use in interrupted cuts, removal of scale, roughing, semi-finish, and finish cuts in heat-resistant superalloy materials, cast irons, nodular irons, ductile irons, steel alloys and stainless steels.

Phase-Toughened Ceramic Inserts

Engineered to machine more materials than any other ceramic grade now available Designed to mill, turn, and groove High feed rates Available in ANSI/ISO geometries

GREENLEAF CORPORATION announced the availability of a new phase-toughened ceramic insert grade complementing its line of ceramic insert cutting tools. XSYTIN®-1 is engineered to machine more materials than any other ceramic grade now available, and designed to mill, turn, and groove the most difficult materials at extreme feed rates — with the high surface footage of ceramic inserts.

XSYTIN-1 is the strongest ceramic insert grade ever produced by Greenleaf, and recommended for use in interrupted cuts, removal of scale, roughing, semi-finish, and finish cuts in heat-resistant superalloy materials, cast irons, nodular irons, ductile irons, steel alloys and stainless steels.

According to the developers, the properties of XSYTIN-1 “will establish new benchmarks in the performance level of ceramics. The structure of this new phase-toughened ceramic exhibits high wear-resistance and thermal-shock resistance, which makes XSYTIN-1 a very predictable, high-performance product.

As for application, XSYTIN-1 will expand the possibilities for ceramic cutting tool market in applications that, until now, have not been feasible for ceramics, according to the developers.

XSYTIN-1 is available now in a wide variety of ANSI/ISO geometries.

Learn more at www.greenleafcorporation.com

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