DIAMOND TOOLS

PCD & CVD Inserts

Our diamond-based cutting tools are designed for high productivity and extended tool life. They provide faster machining times compared to grinding, and are able to outperform ceramics-based solutions, thereby reducing production costs. Since diamond is the hardest material available, you should consider these inserts whenever exceptional abrasion resistance is required. They are compatible with standard tool holders by other, leading manufacturers.

The inserts are available in two cutting materials: Polycrystalline diamonds (PCD) which are made of diamond particles sintered together with the help of a metallic binder, and CVD thick-film diamonds which are manufactured through the use of lazer equipment.

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CCGT INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 80° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting tip. These inserts have a positive rake angle, and a relief angle of 7°.

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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CCGT-GS INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 80° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting edge. These inserts have a positive rake angle, and a relief angle of 7°.

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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CCGW INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 80° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting tip. These inserts have a neutral rake angle, and a relief angle of 7°.

Features:

  • Two chip breaker styles available: Type F for finishing applications, and type R for roughing applications
  • Wiper geometry versions available; wiper inserts can be used for both right-hand and left-hand jobs

Note:

  • The CCGW 060201 insert is only available without chip breakers, and with a CVD cutting tip

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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CCGW-GS INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 80° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting edge. These inserts have a neutral rake angle, and a relief angle of 7°.

Features:

  • Two chip breaker styles available: Type F for finishing applications, and type R for roughing applications
  • Variants for both right-hand and left-hand jobs are available

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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CDGW INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 80° cutting corner angle, and two cutting tips. These inserts have a neutral rake angle, and a relief angle of 15°.

Cutting Material(s):

A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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CPGT INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 80° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting tip. These inserts have a positive rake angle, and a relief angle of 11°.

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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CPGW INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 80° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting tip. These inserts have a neutral rake angle, and a relief angle of 11°.

Features:

  • Two chip breaker styles available: Type F for finishing applications, and type R for roughing applications

Note:

  • The CPGW 060201 and CPGW 09T301 inserts are only available without chip breakers, and with a CVD cutting tip

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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DCGT INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 55° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting tip. These inserts have a positive rake angle, and a relief angle of 7°.

Features:

  • Wiper geometry versions available; wiper inserts can be used for both right-hand and left-hand jobs

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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DCGW INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 55° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting tip. These inserts have a neutral rake angle, and a relief angle of 7°.

Features:

  • Two chip breaker styles available: Type F for finishing applications, and type R for roughing applications
  • Wiper geometry versions available; wiper inserts can be used for both right-hand and left-hand jobs

Note:

  • The DCGW 070201 and DCGW 11T301 inserts are not available with chip breakers

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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RCGW INSERTS

A line of round, full-face inserts with a relief angle of 7°.

Features:

  • Two chip breaker styles available: Type F for finishing applications, and type R for roughing applications

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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TCGT INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 60° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting tip. These inserts have a positive rake angle, and a relief angle of 7°.

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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TCGT-GS INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 60° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting edge. These inserts have a positive rake angle, and a relief angle of 7°.

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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TCGW INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 60° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting tip. These inserts have a neutral rake angle, and a relief angle of 7°.

Features:

  • Two chip breaker styles available: Type F for finishing applications, and type R for roughing applications

Note:

  • The TCGW 090201 and TCGW 110201 inserts are not available with chip breakers

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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TCGW-GS INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 60° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting edge. These inserts have a neutral rake angle, and a relief angle of 7°.

Features:

  • Two chip breaker styles available: Type F for finishing applications, and type R for roughing applications

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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TPGW INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 60° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting tip. These inserts have a neutral rake angle, and a relief angle of 11°.

Features:

  • Two chip breaker styles available: Type F for finishing applications, and type R for roughing applications

Note:

  • The TPGW 06T101 insert is not available with chip breakers

Cutting Material(s):

A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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VCGT INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 35° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting tip. These inserts have a positive rake angle, and a relief angle of 7°.

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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VCGW INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 35° cutting corner angle, and a single cutting tip. These inserts have a neutral rake angle, and a relief angle of 7°.

Features:

  • Two chip breaker styles available: Type F for finishing applications, and type R for roughing applications

Note:

  • The VCGW 070201, VCGW 110301, and VCGW 160401 inserts are not available with chip breakers

Cutting Material(s):

A polycrystaline structure of diamond particles sintered together, creating a hard and wear-resistant material with high thermal conductivity (for quick removal of heat from the cutting edge). Used for non-ferrous metals, high-silicon aluminum, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced plastics.
A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.

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CDGW INSERTS

A line of inserts with a 80° cutting corner angle, and three cutting tips. These inserts have a neutral rake angle, and a relief angle of 7°.

Cutting Material(s):

A diamond-based material harder than PCD, and twice as wear-resistant. CVD delivers various benefits when machining long-chipping aluminum and magnesium alloys, high-silicon aluminum, precious metal alloys, plastics with abrasive fillers, tungsten carbide, and ceramic green compacts.