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Cylindrical Radius End – contour finishing
Carbide burs (burrs) are tools that are used for precision in cutting, grinding, and shaping the material with which they are being worked. Additionally, they are used for deburring, where burrs, excess materials, sharp edges, and weld beads are removed. Use carbide burs in industrial tools, such as air tools (e.g., die grinders), engravers, flexible shafts, and pendant drills, as well as for hobbies (e.g., Dremel tools). Their uses are varied and diverse, such as jewelry work, metalworking, welding, woodworking, and cover a range of industries, including aeronautics, aviation, automotive, dentistry, and metal and stone working.
Carbide burs (burrs) are generally composed of titanium or tungsten; diamond is the only material on the Mohs scale that is harder and also used for drill tips. This means they are ideal for multiple purposes due to the fact that they maintain sharper cutting edges for longer periods of time due, and tolerate higher temperatures without warping when you apply friction. Carbide burs (burrs) maintain their sharp edges 10-20 times longer than a stainless-steel bur (burr), depending on the frequency of use and the materials used with.
Carbide Bur Cutting Tools can be used on: