Development of a Method for Obtaining a Wear-Resistant Coating for a Cutting Tool
A.E. Litvinov, V.U. Buzko, E.Yu.O. Balaev, A.I. Goryachkodownload PDF
Abstract. The article presents a method for producing a nanostructured wear-resistant high-hard coating with high physicomechanical and strength characteristics, resistance to shock and vibration loads. The result is an increase in adhesion between the substrate and the coating, as well as an increase in microhardness. One of the common methods of metal cutting is band-cutting machines that use closed band saws as cutting tools. Since materials with high physicomechanical characteristics (hardness, strength, etc.) are increasingly being used in modern production, which significantly complicates the cutting process and makes increased demands on the cutting tool. To expand the range of processed materials for which the productive use of band-cutting machines is possible, it became necessary to create a band saw with higher cutting characteristics. At the same time, the specificity of the working conditions of the band saw shows that the blade should have such characteristics as increased vibration resistance, resistance to alternating and dynamic loads, and the cutting part of the saw should have increased resistance to shock, dynamic, alternating loads, have high hardness, as well as increased wear resistance.
High-Entropy Alloys, Mechanical Activation, Mechanical Alloying, Coatings, High-Velocity Oxygen-Fuel Spraying, Structure, Phase State
Published online 1/5/2022, 6 pages
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Citation: A.E. Litvinov, V.U. Buzko, E.Yu.O. Balaev, A.I. Goryachko, Development of a Method for Obtaining a Wear-Resistant Coating for a Cutting Tool, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 304-309, 2022
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