How to choose the carbide burr

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Both single and double-cut carbide burrs come in a variety of sizes and shapes. Ideally, it’s best to get a set of burrs that includes different shapes and sizes, so that you can have the right tools for a variety of jobs. The size of the carbide burr will impact the speed at which it works. You can test different speeds for individual jobs


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The two most common cuts of carbide burrs are single and double. Single cut—or one-flute burrs—have a spiral flute, sometimes called an upcut. Single-cut carbide burrs are typically used for milling, deburring, and cleaning of ferrous metals, stainless steel, cast iron, and hardened steel. Double-cut carbide burrs have two flutes. They are sometimes referred to as diamond-cut or crosscut. Typically, double-cut carbide burrs create a smoother finish and can be used on ferrous and non-ferrous metals. They are also used for any non-metal materials, like wood, plastic, and ceramics. Matching the appropriate cut to the job will ensure you get the finish you want without damaging the material.

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