General Information:
Material GroupS - Superalloys (Heat resistant and Titanium)
Sub-GroupSuperalloy
Hardne107.0 HB
Tensile Strength460 [N/mm^2]
Machinability Range25% - 50%

Equivalent International Designations for Material Invar 36

StandardName
saeASTM F1684
unsUNS K93600 K93603


Chemical Composition for Material Invar 36

ElementAmount
Iron (Fe)62%
Nickel (Ni)36%
Cobalt (Co)0.4%
Manganese (Mn)0.3%
Silicon (Si)0.15%
Aluminum (Al)0.03%
Carbon (C)0.008%
Molybdenum (Mo)0%
Sulfur (S)0.001%

Cutting Speeds Recomendations for Heat resistant Fe Based

* Click on the speeds below for higher precision in specific conditions!

ApplicationVc (m/min)Vc (SFM)
Turning100-200330-660
Milling75-150250-490
Parting65-125210-410
Grooving90-175300-570
Drilling90-175300-570

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.
Click on the speeds in the above table to get better precision for specific parameters
Or use our Speed and Feed Calculator



Recommended Carbide Grades for Material Invar 36

* If you don't understand the below table? Read This Explanation to make the most out of it!

Grade for Turning

Grade for Parting Off

Grade for Grooving

Grade for Milling (Indexable)

Recommended Insert Cutting Edge Geometry for Material Invar 36

Honing Siz0.02-0.05 mm / 0.001-0.002"
Rake Angl13° -18°
Land AnglNeutral
Land Widt0.10-0.20 mm / 0.004-0.008"
Ground InserRecommended

Learn more about carbide inserts Cutting-Edge Geometry Parameters.

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