★High efficiency, high wear resistance, than the traditional welding blade, alloy blade processing efficiency increased more than 4 times.
★This set includes 10 pcs carbide inserts, so it provides convenience to replace the broken one, bring the experience of ease of use
★Metal surface finishing, good wear resistance and good chemical stability, has perfect smoothness and pleasant surface finish, beautiful and practical
★Material: Tungsten Carbide
Carbide Turning Inserts Adopted of high quality carbide tips, exquisite workmanship, has high strength, high toughness, stable and durable in use Metal surface finishing, good wear resistance and good chemical stability, has perfect smoothness and pleasant surface finish, beautiful and practical Correct cutting action, lower cutting force and prolong tool life Packing includes: 1 pack/10 pieces ★Notes: - Delivery time is 7-21 working days. If the logistics has not been updated for a long time, please contact us, we will reply you within 24 hours.
- We provide perfect after-sales service, there will be slight error in size and color, this is normal, thank you for your understanding,only sell products, others are decorations.
- If you have any questions about this product, you can ask questions directly or contact us by email. We will answer your questions within 24 hours.
- We apologize for the late reply during holidays (included Sundays)
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