Machining DataSheet for

General Information:
Material GroupP - Steel
Sub-GroupTool Steel
Hardness34.0 HRC
Tensile Strength1070 [N/mm^2]
Machinability Range23% - 55%

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Equivalent International Designations for Steel FV535

Standard Name

Chemical Composition for Steel FV535

Element Amount
Chromium (Cr)10.5%
Manganese (Mn)0.6-1.15%
Molybdenum (Mo)0.7%
Tungsten (W)0.7%
Nickel (Ni)0.5%
Silicon (Si)0.1-0.7%
Carbon (C)0.1%

Cutting Speeds Recomendations for Tool Steel and High Alloy Steel

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ApplicationVc (m/min)Vc (SFM)
Turning100-240330-790
Milling65-150210-490
Parting50-115160-380
Grooving55-135180-440
Drilling40-95130-310

Important! The speed estimation is given for an ideal situation:

  • Most suitable carbide grade
  • Stable tool clamping
  • Stable workpiece clamping
  • Good quality raw material
  • A short overhang of the cutting tool.
  • Nominal hardness of the material.
  • etc.
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Recommended Carbide Grades for Steel FV535

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Grade for Turning

Grade for Parting Off

Grade for Grooving

Grade for Milling (Indexable)

Recommended Insert Cutting Edge Geometry for Steel FV535

Honing Size:0.05-0.08 mm / 0.002-0.003"
Rake Angle:11° -13°
Land Angle:Positive
Land Width:0.20-0.30 mm / 0.008-0.012"

Learn more about carbide inserts Cutting-Edge Geometry Parameters.

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