Welding of Tool steels

Tool steel welding is often needed for die-casting dies, large forging dies, plastic moulding dies, and car body dies. It can also be needed for blanking tools in cases such as a repair or an engineering change, where welding can be done more cost-effectively than producing new tooling.

Typical reasons for welding tool steels are;

  • Refurbishment and repair of cracked or worn tooling
  • Restoration of chipped or worn cutting edges
  • Adjustment of machining errors in tool making
  • Design changes.

 

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Uddeholm Welding

Impax Supreme : 

QRO 90  :

Stavax   :

Calmax   :

 

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Impax Supreme TIG

For repair welding of tools made from AISI P20 steel

NZ Stock

1.0mm & 1.6mm diameter

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Nimax TIG

For repair welding of tools and components made from Nimax

NZ Stock

1.0mm diameter

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Calmax TIG

For repair welding tools and components made from Calmax cold work tool steel.

NZ Stock

1.60mm diameter

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QRO 90 TIG

For repair welding tools and components made from hot work tool steels

NZ Stock

1.0mm diameter

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Coolmould TIG

For repair welding of tools and components made from Beryllium Copper

NZ Stock

Diameters

1.60mm

2.40mm

3.20 mm 

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Moldmax XL TIG

For the welding of components made from Beryllium free copper alloy

NZ Stock

1.60mm diameter

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