Carbide Burs

  • Double cut or Alternate cut is the most popular bur in ferrous applications
  • Manufactured with cuts made on the left and right spirals, this design produces a finer finish on material producing smaller chips and slivers
  • The double cut offers much smoother operation and greater tool control
  • Excellent for confined or hard-to-reach areas
  • Use for deburring, finishing, shaping and enlarging holes, removing welds, and smoothing castings
Metal
Stainless
Stainless Steel
  • More open aggressive cut to avoid loading on softer materials
  • This design provides outstanding stock removal on aluminum, magnesium, copper, soft steel, brass, zinc alloys, hard rubber, most plastics, and non-ferrous metals.
  • Easy chip flow with little or no clogging
  • Excellent for confined or hard-to-reach areas
  • Use for deburring, finishing, shaping and enlarging holes, removing welds, and smoothing castings
Aluminum
  • Double cut or Alternate cut is the most popular bur in ferrous applications
  • Manufactured with cuts made on the left and right spirals, this design produces a finer finish on material producing smaller chips and slivers
  • The double cut offers much smoother operation and greater tool control
  • Excellent for confined or hard-to-reach areas
  • Use for deburring, finishing, shaping and enlarging holes, removing welds, and smoothing castings
Metal
Stainless
Stainless Steel
  • Bear Cut – Substantially cuts production costs by removing more material per hour vs. standard carbide burs
  • More durable due to depth of teeth
  • More resistant to chipping and less prone to filling with chips
  • Excellent for confined or hard-to-reach areas
  • Use for deburring, finishing, shaping and enlarging holes, removing welds, and smoothing castings
Metal
Stainless
Stainless Steel