Tungsten carbide drawing dies that are placed in a steel casing which provide mechanical protection and facilitate die exchange. The geometry the drawing die are specific to the application and can involve standard shapes(round, square, rectangle, or hexagon) and intricate shapes based customer CAD drawings.
What you should know about tungsten carbide?
If you thought steel was tough, you should take a look at tungsten. When tungsten is turned into a compound, you get tungsten carbide, which about as strong as you can get. You might not know this, but tungsten is one of the elements on earth. Unlike steel, tungsten has a very high melting point, which makes it great for industrial purposes.