Walter’s Perform line combines increased standards of quality with maximum cost-effectiveness. These Perform line characteristics will continue with the new ISO turning indexable inserts.
The negative indexable inserts with four to eight cutting edges are available in three proven Walter geometries: FV5 (finishing), MV5 (medium machining) and RV5 (roughing). The WPV10 (for: ISO P10/M10/K20) and WPV20 (for: ISO P20/M20/K30) grades are CVD-coated universal grades with extremely high resistance to flank face wear. The inserts fit in all standard ISO turning toolholders in accordance with DIN ISO 1832, which makes them, according to Walter, not only cost-effective but also extremely versatile. This is easy for users to identify: By the “V” for “versatile” in the designation.
The coating composition o provides maximum tool life at moderate cutting speeds (up to 250 m/min). During turning operations, the cutting parameters are limited, for example, by machines in the medium power range or by a corresponding component design (e.g. imbalance, size, etc.). According to Walter, the aim is to offer the most cost-effective, price-performance ratio for any application. In addition to excellent cost-effectiveness, the Perform line is also designed to offer users maximum reliability, versatility, easy handling and maximum process reliability. In general mechanical engineering and in other industries – anywhere small and medium batch sizes and/or different materials have to be machined, Perform Line is the answer.