Application Video: Heating a Carbide Sample

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Check out our latest application video. In this video, a carbide sample is heated with an Ambrell EASYHEATTM induction heating system. Heating for this application takes 15 seconds. While it could be heated more rapidly with induction, it isn't in order to prevent cracking. The end product is a cutting bit. 


If you'd like to get your parts tested in THE LAB, just visit our Applications Lab to get started. View more application videos, or click below to read induction heating application notes. More Heating Application Notes

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