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ISO 9361-1:2014 pdf free.Indexable inserts for cutting tools一Ceramic inserts with rounded corners
This part of ISO 9361 specifies the dimensions of indexable ceramic inserts with rounded corners,without fixing hole, and with 0° and 11° normal clearance. These inserts are primarily intended to be mounted by top clamping on turning and boring tools.
Ceramic cutting materials consist of a variety of oxides, nitrides, and carbides. In contrast with hardmetals (including cermets), ceramics do not have a metallic binding matrix. Such ceramic materials are, for example, oxide ceramics [consisting primarily of aluminium oxide [Al2O3], carboxide ceramics [consisting generally of a mixture of aluminium oxide and other materials such as titanium carbide (TiC)], and nitride ceramics [consisting generally of a mixture of silicon nitride and other materials,such as yttrium oxide (Y2O3) and aluminium oxide].
The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
ISO 1832, Indexable inserts for cutting tools一Designation
The indexable ceramic inserts which are the subject of this part of ISO 9361 are provided in tolerance class G, in accordance with ISO 1832.
The values of the tolerances in accordance with ISO 1832 are given in Table 2 to Table 5 for the insert dimensions.
The cutting edge condition of the indexable ceramic inserts specified in this part of ISO 9361 is to be selected from those specified in ISO 1832.
The dimensions of chamfered cutting edges T, S, K, or P may be specified, following the letter symbol on cutting edge condition in the manufacturer’s catalogue. Such information on cutting edge dimensions, if specified, shall have the form of a five- digit number, the first three digits being the value of br in units of 0,01 mm and the last two digits being the value of Yb, in degrees (see also Figure 1).
NOTE In the case of cutting edge condition K and P, the first chamfer by1, defined in accordance with Figure 2,is at the manufacturer’s choice and is not part of the additional information (five-digit number) as described in 5.2.ISO 9361-1 pdf free download.

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