What are the factors that affect the performance of 105*1.2*16

  • There are many types of dicing chips on the market today. Among them, 105*1.2*16 cutting disc are popular among many users because of their stable performance, but sometimes the performance of 105*1.2*16 cutting disc will be due to Its own influence has reduced its work efficiency. So, what are the factors that can affect the performance of the cutting piece?

    1. Effect of chromium: Chromium is the most important alloying element in austenitic stainless steel. The rust and corrosion resistance of austenitic stainless steel is mainly due to the promotion of steel passivation by chromium. The result of keeping the steel stable and passive.

    Second, the influence of molybdenum: Both molybdenum and chromium are elements that form and stabilize ferrite and enlarge the ferrite phase region. The ability of molybdenum to form ferrite is comparable to that of chromium. Molybdenum also promotes the intermetallic phase in austenitic stainless steels, such as σ phase, κ phase, and Laves equivalent precipitation, which will adversely affect the corrosion resistance and mechanical properties of steel, especially the plasticity and toughness.

    1. Effect of nickel: Nickel is an element that strongly stabilizes austenite and enlarges the austenite phase region. With the increase of nickel content, residual ferrite can be completely eliminated, and the tendency of σ phase formation is significantly reduced; The temperature of the metacarbon-transfer hydrocarbon is lowered, and even the λ→M phase transition may not occur, but the increase of the nickel content reduces the solubility of carbon in the austenitic stainless steel, thereby increasing the tendency of carbide precipitation. Moreover, the addition of nickel can further improve its toughness.