"525"™ The Spitfire Tool
purpose machining of stainless steel, cast iron, steel,
titanium, and most other metals.
be operated at approximately twice the speed of high speed
performance when generating a hot chip. It performs
where tool steels tend to temper and soften, making it ideal
for continuous machining tough stainless, work-hardening
and exotic alloys where high temperature red-heat applications
greater transverse rupture strength than most carbides,
can be used where carbides tend to chip and crack such as
interrupted cut applications, castings, rectangular or hexagonal
shaped bars and high torque cut-off applications where impact
strength is required.
sharpened with standard aluminum oxide wheels while still
offering the economics of increased surface speed over the
high speed steel family.