Cemented carbide has relatively good mechanical properties, so it is widely used as cutting tools. In this paper, a sliding wear test at high ambient temperature between cemented carbide tool material and ceramic was carried out using a ball-on-disc wear-test machine. The characteristics as to wear rate and friction coefficient were investigated. The special wear rate increased with an increase in operating temperature. The cemented carbide material with addition of TiC phase gave better wear resistance than cemented tungsten carbides at elevated temperature. SEM technology was adopted to observe the worn surfaces of specimens and wear mechanism were simultaneously discussed.