Tungsten Carbide Burrs are used for cutting, grinding, deburring, removal of sharp edges, and shaping the workpiece. Carbide burrs are used on a variety of materials including aluminum, metals, steel, cast iron, fiberglass, wood, acrylics, and plastics. Carbide burrs are ideal on soft metals such as silver, gold and platinum because they resist chipping or breaking and have a long tool life. Allow the tool do the work when using burrs, apply minimum pressure. Applying too much pressure can result in shortening the life of your burr, in addition to potential chipping/eroding of the flutes.
Carbide burrs are widely used for metalworking, chamfering, casting, deburring, and grinding. They’re also used in a variety of industries including welding, tool making, engineering, woodworking, jewelry making, aerospace, automotive, dental, metal sculpting, and many more! Carbide burrs are typically used in die grinders, rotary tools, high speed engravers, dremels, pendant drills, and flexible shaft grinders.
Our Tungsten Carbide Burrs come in three cuts; single, double.We provide various end shapes which generally consist of; Cylindrical, Ball, Oval/Egg, Tree, Flame, Cone, and Tapered ends. Below you will see all the varieties of end shapes we stock, including their selected cuts.