Soviet Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics

, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp 156–159 | Cite as

Making multicutting-edge monolithic hard-alloy tools by die pressing

  • G. V. Plyushch
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    The development of the production of one-piece hard alloy tools enables us ro make big savings in the labor contents of jobs dealing with the processing of alloyed, stainless and hardened steels. The labor productivity increases 2–3 times.

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    The life of one-piece hard alloy tools, as shown by operating them, is 10–20 longer than tools made from high-speed steel.

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    The economic effectiveness of introducing a single hard alloy tool is 1–7 rubles.



Labor Productivity Hard Alloy Hardened Steel Economic Effectiveness Alloy Tool 
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Literature cited

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    I. S. Brokhin, D. L. Fedemeer, and S. S. Shapiro, Forming Powdered Hard Alloy Mixtures by Extrusion [in Russian], Collection from VNIITS, No. 1, Metallurgizdat (1959).Google Scholar
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    Z. A. Gol'dberg, N. V. Baranova, and V. V. Kulikov, One-Piece Spiral Drills from Hard Alloys [in Russian], Collection from VNIITS, No. 4, Metallurgizdat (1962).Google Scholar

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© Consultants Bureau 1968

Authors and Affiliations

  • G. V. Plyushch
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  1. 1.Institute of Materials PhysicsAcademy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSRUSSR

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