Development of Technological Means for Formation of Multilayer Composite Coatings, Providing Increased Resistance of Carbide Tools, for Different Machining Conditions

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The present work documents the results of development a methodological and technological means for the formation of multilayer composite coatings essential to increasing the tool life of a cemented carbide cutting tool edge. A methodology, based on of a rational choice of structure, architecture, and properties of a multilayer coating for tool edge working in various cutting conditions, is formulated. The results demonstrate an increase of efficiency of the carbide tool edge life based on the methodology stated above, and are presented here.

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János Kundrák and Zsolt Maros

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V. P. Tabakov and A.S. Vereschaka, "Development of Technological Means for Formation of Multilayer Composite Coatings, Providing Increased Resistance of Carbide Tools, for Different Machining Conditions", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 581, pp. 55-61, 2014

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