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M35 HIGH SPEED STEEL

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (Typical Analysis in %)

 

C Mn V W Cr Mo
0.92 0.30 1.90 6.40 4.10 5.00

M35 is cobalt content material in these high-performance excessive-speed steel results in high pink hardness and tempering resistance. As a final result, this grade is primarily suitable for conditions involving thermal stresses and discontinuous cutting.
This grade is typically used as heavy-duty milling cutters of every kind, particularly stressed twist drills and taps, profile knives, machining of high-strength substances, broaches


Steel Properties

The cobalt content in this high-performance high-speed steel results in high red hardness and tempering resistance. As a consequence, this grade is particularly suitable for conditions involving thermal stresses and discontinuous cutting. Under the name Rapidur 3245, AISI M 35 + S and material number 1.3245, this steel grade is supplied with a higher sulphur content (S = 0.10 %).

 

Application

Heavy-duty milling cutters of all kinds, highly stressed twist drills and taps, profile knives, machining of high-strength materials, broaches.

 

Heat Treatment

Soft annealing °C Cooling Hardness HB
820 - 860 Furnace max. 269

 

Stress-relief annealing °C Cooling
630 - 650 Furnace

 

1st pre-heating °C 2nd and 3rd Hardening °C Quenching Tempering °C Hardness after Teperature HRC
up to approx. 400 in an air-circulating furnace 850 and 1050 1190 - 1230 Saltbath, at least 550 °C Oil ,Air at least twice 540-570 64 – 67

 

1 For cold-forming tools with a complex geometry, a hardening temperature at the lower end of the quoted range is recommended. The stated hardening temperatures apply to saltbath hardening only. For vacuum hardening, we suggest a reduction of 10 °C to 30 °C.