Micro Carbide Burrs Inverted Cone
Micro Carbide Burrs Inverted Cone (Fig 2.)
Carbide burrs are used for a wide range of stock removal and grinding operations.
- These small burrs on 2.35mm shanks are particularly suited to small detailed work, therefore they are ideal for jewellery and precision engineering.
- They are useful on a wide range of materials, this includes hard ones such as metal, ceramic, plastics and even wood.
- Plain Cut is for general purpose fluting, as a result it is the second most popular cut.
- Carbide is commonly used in deburring and for engineering. This is because it offers better long term performance than other materials such as HSS (High Speed Steel).
- Carbide burrs need to be used at relatively high speeds.
- Ideally suited to use with air tools, flexible shaft systems and micromotors.
Carbide burrs are an essential tool for removing burrs on machined parts and cutting. Carbide lasts well at the high speeds often required.
The 2.35mm spindle is unusual for engineers, do check that your tool will take this size. A chuck handpiece should be able to clamp down to this size.
Often jewellers use HSS (High Speed Steel) burrs which do the job but become blunt very quickly. Carbide burrs will last longer and offer better accuracy.
These burrs are on 2.35mm which is ideal for jewellers. This particular shape is very handy for getting into edges such as inside bezel setting to remove excess solder.