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Stainless Steel – Non-Threaded

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For use on small grinders and portable power tools Provides aggressive action in the removal of bead scale, weld flash or splatter Covers more surface area in a single pass 302 Stainless steel wire for use on stainless, aluminum, and high strength alloys

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Carbon Steel – Non-Threaded

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For use on small grinders and portable power tools Provides aggressive action in the removal of bead scale, weld flash or splatter Covers more surface area in a single pass Carbon steel wire for low to medium flexibility and aggressive cutting action

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Stainless Steel – Threaded

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For use on small grinders and portable power tools Provides aggressive action in the removal of bead scale, weld flash or splatter Covers more surface area in a single pass 302 Stainless steel wire for use on stainless, aluminum, and high strength alloys

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Carbon Steel – Threaded

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For use on small grinders and portable power tools Provides aggressive action in the removal of bead scale, weld flash or splatter Covers more surface area in a single pass Carbon steel wire for low to medium flexibility and aggressive cutting action

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6″ Length Shank Non-ferrous (Aluminum Cut) Carbide Burs

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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

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6″ Length Shank Carbide Burs

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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

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Heavy Duty Carbide Burs

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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

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Non-ferrous (Aluminum Cut) Carbide Burs

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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

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Double Cut (Alternate Cut) Carbide Burs

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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

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