Die Grinder Metal Cutting Bits Aluminium Tooth Type
Features of Metal Grinding Bits For Die :
- Carbide rotary files are used in metal processing, mold and pattern making, sinking, surface cleaning and maintenance, a large number of applications in body workshops, processing workshops and brake workshops.
- Cut, shape, grind and remove sharp edges, burrs and excess material (deburring).
- Industrial plants, mold manufacturers, and grinders are ideal for cleaning welds, grinding weld beads, forming parts, grinding rough castings or transplanting cylinder heads.
- The use of cemented carbide rotary files is an effective way to realize manual mechanization.
- Aircraft, shipbuilding, automobiles, machinery, chemistry, etc., can be widely used in the machining of iron, cast steel, carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel, hardened steel, copper, aluminum, wood, etc.
• Workpiece and tools should always be steady and well supported.
• Carbide burrs are not suitable for 'milling' large amounts of material, they are for light stock removal at high rpm's 'LOW FEED - HIGH SPEED'.
• Always ensure that at least 70% of the shank length is clamped by the collet or chuck of the tool being used.
• Always ensure that the tool is rated to the recommended operating speed of the burr.
Size chart of Type C:
Advantages of Die Grinder Burrs:
Aluma Cut Die Grinder Bits Carbide burrs are tools commonly employed in metalworking for tasks such as cutting, grinding, and shaping metal surfaces. Typically crafted from a mixture of tungsten and cobalt metal powders, carbide is a remarkably hard and wear-resistant material, formed through sintering at high temperatures and pressures.
Aluma cut refers to carbide burrs specifically engineered for processing aluminum alloys. The advantages of carbide burrs with Aluma cut designation are outlined as follows:
- Hardness and Wear Resistance: The high hardness of carbide ensures the retention of sharpness during machining. This attribute is particularly crucial for processing softer aluminum alloys, contributing to extended tool life and enhanced performance stability.
- High Thermal Stability: Carbide burrs with Aluma cut designation exhibit elevated thermal stability, indicating resistance to deformation or annealing during high-speed cutting. This characteristic contributes to maintaining cutting surface quality and prolonging tool life.
- Tailored for Aluminum Alloys: Aluma cut carbide burrs are specifically designed for aluminum alloys, taking into account their unique characteristics. These include the lower hardness, high thermal conductivity, and propensity for chip adhesion associated with aluminum alloys.
- Reduced Chip Accumulation: The design of Aluma cut carbide burrs facilitates a reduction in chip adhesion, preventing the accumulation of cutting debris on the tool surface. This aids in improving cutting efficiency while mitigating friction and heat generation during the machining process.