|Cut Dia||Overall Length||Cut Length||Shank Dia||Item(1/4“Shank)||
|SE510||1/4||2-1/8||3/8||1/8||B203 SE510||B303 SE510|
|SE100||1/4||2||3/8||1/4||B203 SE100||B303 SE100|
|SE300||3/8||2-11/32||19/32||1/4||B203 SE300||B303 SE300|
|SE500||1/2||2-5/8||7/8||1/4||B203 SE500||B303 SE500|
|SE600||5/8||2-3/4||1||1/4||B203 SE600||B303 SE600|
|SE6AC||5/8||2-3/4||1||1/4||B218 SE6AC||B318 SE6AC|
• Better stock removal rate than burrs with a conventional cross cut.
• Significantly Saves money and time through its very high stock removal rate on key materials.
• Comfortable working with reduced vibration and less noise.
Materials that can be worked:
• Steel, cast steel
• Stainless steel (INOX)
• Non-ferrous metals
• Cast iron
• Milling outLevelling
• Cutting out holesSurface workWork on weld seams
• It may be necessary to adjust the rates shown to achieve optimum performance.
• Harder materials require slower speeds.
• Smaller burs require faster speeds.
• Extra long burs (>150mm long) require slower speeds.
• Apply constant movement and light pressure when in use.
• Running below the optimum speed will encourage chipping.
• Running above optimum speed will cause tooth wear.
• Allowing the tool to become too hot may cause the braze to melt and detach the head from the shank.
• Using tools and collets that have become worn will encourage chipping.
• Do not sink the bur for more than one third of its periphery.
• Non-ferrous metals.
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