Hartmetallkörper / -körner / grobnadelig (Sägen)

10:02 Feb 20, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: Hartmetallkörper / -körner / grobnadelig (Sägen)
Context: Metallsägen (one more time)

1)Ein Hartmetallkörper wird in eine Kalotte an der Zahnspitze eingeschweißt.
2)Das Sägeband besitzt eine hohe Zahl vielkantiger Hartmetallkörner. (also: Hartmetallkörnungen)
3)Das Sägeband weist Zahnspitzen mit einer grobnadeligen Grundmasse auf.
'Schiefschnitt' and 'Zahnhöhentoleranz' are also problems. THANKS A LOT!

Summary of answers provided
nasee below
nahard metal; grains; coarsely acicular
Tom Funke



1 hr
hard metal; grains; coarsely acicular

Hartmetall = hard alloy or metal, cutting metal or alloy, tungsten carbide or sintered carbide (Use the most specific definition you can substantiate from context). Körnung = graining; Körner = grains (allg.) nadelig = acicular, needle-like (Sources: Ernst, DeVries-Herrmann)

Tom Funke
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Native speaker of: English
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13 hrs
see below

1) A carbide particle is welded into a cup (or receptacle) at the tip of the tooth.
2) The saw band has a large number of polyhedral carbide grains (also: carbide granulations)
3) The saw band has tooth tips embedded in a coarsely acicular (or needle-like) matrix.
Schiefschnitt = oblique cut
Zahnhöhentoleranz = tooth height tolerance
Good luck!
Wolfgang :-)

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