Carbide Burrs Double Cut 6mm Shank 10mm Head Tungsten Carbide Rotary Burr For Grinding Polishing
Burr (burr) also has a variety of ranges, each of which has its own special advantages:
Specific alloys-some metal alloys use different head shapes-
Base metal range-used to deburr softer metals
Bolt remover range-used to remove broken studs
Casting metal range-used to deburr harder metals, stones, etc.
Inox series-dedicated to stainless steel
Locksmith range-used by locksmiths
Long handle range-general purpose; the long axis is suitable for deeper, hard-to-reach areas
Micro range-micro head can be used for engraving and fine work
New geometric range-for all conventional metal removal
Steel range-the cutter head has a special groove to cut stainless steel
General range-general purpose, most suitable for metals such as copper, iron, nickel and steel
Choose a double-edged or single-edged carbide drill?
Used for ferrous and non-ferrous metals, aluminum, mild steel, and also for all non-metallic materials such as stone, plastic, hardwood and ceramics. Double cutting has more cutting edges and can remove material faster. Two cuts will leave a smoother finish than a single cut, because smaller chips will be produced when the material is cut. Used for medium and light rough removal, deburring, finishing and cleaning.
Designed for medium and light material removal, deburring, finishing, cleaning, smoothness and generation of small debris.
Usually used with stainless steel, hardened steel, copper, cast iron and ferrous metals, it can quickly remove material and has a smooth finish. Used for mass cutting, milling, deburring and cleaning.
Designed for mass removal of materials, milling, deburring, cleaning and manufacturing long chips.
Carbide burrs of different cutting forms are most suitable for certain materials.
Carbide bur (burr) is a tool used to accurately cut, grind and shape processed materials. And, they are usually used for deburring, removing burrs, excess material, sharp edges and welds. Carbide burs are used in industrial tools, such as pneumatic tools (for example, die grinders), engraving machines, flexible shafts, and overhanging drills, and to attract hobbies (for example, Dremel tools). Their uses are diverse, such as jewelry processing, metal processing, welding, woodworking, and involve a range of industries, including aviation, aviation, automotive, dentistry, and metal and stone processing.
Carbide burs (burrs) require special attention to make them perform their best.
Carbide file (burr) to ensure that the phone will not shake. Pneumatic rotating tool speed
No more than 35,000 RPM, and the speed should be gradually increased. caution,
The higher speed can prevent the burr (burr) inside the flute from clogging. If you are right
Burr (burr), the edge may be chipped, causing premature darkening.
|Tel :||+86 17713607231|