CPM 15V is a higher carbon and vanadium version of A-11 PM. The higher carbon and vanadium content provides better wear resistance while sacrificing some toughness. The exceptional wear resistance and fair toughness of CPM 15V make it an excellent candidate to replace carbide and other highly wear resistant materials in cold work tooling applications, particularly where cost effectiveness can be demonstrated.
|Blanking Dies||Cold Extrusion Dies|
|Forming Dies||Trim Dies|
|Nozzles and Screw Tips||Shear Blades|
|Plastic Injection Molding||Wear Inserts|
|Powder Compaction Dies and Pins|
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