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The development of ultra-hard cutting tool materials such as cubic boron nitride and ceramics exhibiting excellent wear resistance, chemical stability and hardness at high temperatures have enabled much higher cutting speeds and dry machining. In order to achieve high performance cutting, it is necessary to know the true properties of the cutting tool materials in real operating conditions as well as mechanisms of their failure. The aim of this paper is to determine the properties of certaindoi:10.21833/ijaas.2018.10.013 fatcat:gwnt6alz6nbu3nhc2mk376onby