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High-speed steels, also known as HSS, have the most significant feature of maintaining their hardness at high temperatures generated by cutting, bending, and forming tools operating at high speeds. These steels generally contain special alloys and can include high amounts of tungsten, molybdenum, cobalt, vanadium, chromium, and other elements.
These special alloys enhance the durability of steel in high-speed cutting processes and increase its resistance to wear. High-speed steels are widely used in the metal processing industry, especially in cutting tools such as lathes, milling cutters, and drills.
High-speed steels are used in various applications in the metal processing industry. Some examples include:
Cutting tools: Turning blades, milling cutters, drill bits, saws, and other cutting tools can be made from high-speed steel. These tools are excellent choices for high-speed cutting processes at elevated temperatures.
Mold and tool steel: High-speed steels are also used as mold and tool steel. These special steels find applications in plastic injection molds, forging dies, and other tool steel applications.
Gears and bearings: High-speed steels can be used in applications requiring high durability, such as gears and bearings.
Aerospace industry: These steels are used in the construction of aircraft and rocket engines. High-speed steels are ideal for applications requiring high temperatures and high speeds.
Medical industry: High-speed steels can be used in precise applications in the medical industry, such as dental implants, surgical tools, and other medical applications.