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A selection of carbide burrs
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A selection of carbide burrs

Burrs are small cutters used in die grinders, rotary tools or dentists drills. The name may be considered appropriate when their small sized head (3mm diameter shaft) is compared to that of a burr seed. A handheld power tool with a variety of rotating accessory bits and attachments that can be used for cutting, carving, sanding, polishing and many other applications. ... X-rays can reveal if a person has cavities Dentistry is the practical application of knowledge of dental science (the science of placement, arrangement, function of teeth) to human beings. ... // Hand tools A bit and brace, a hand-powered drill. ... A burr is a seed or type of fruiting body, borne by certain plants, in which the seeds bear hooks or teeth which attach themselves to fur or clothing of passing animals or people. ...


To maintain the correct surface speed and cutting conditions they are rotated at the highest speed possible, commensurate with their size and construction. The cutters shown in the image are made from tungsten carbide which allows them to run at higher speeds, than similar HSS cutters, yet still maintain their cutting edges. Tungsten carbide, WC or W2C, is a chemical compound containing tungsten and carbon similar to titanium carbide. ... High speed steel (HSS) is a material usually used in the manufacture of machine tools. ...



WikiProject Metalworking:

Metalworking cutting tools: Image File history File links Blacksmith-hammer-anvil-50x50. ... Metalworking is the craft and practice of working with metals to create parts or structures. ...

Broach | Burr | Chisel | Counterbore | Countersink | Cutting tool | End mill | Metalwork file | File | Hand scraper | High speed steel | Milling cutter | Reamer | Stellite | Tipped tool | Tool bit Jump to: navigation, search A push style 5/16 keyway broach A broach is a series of chisel points mounted on one piece of steel. ... Steel woodworking chisel. ... Two types of counter bores A counter bore provides a square bottomed, recessed hole. ... Cross hole countersink Side and end view of a cross hole deburrer A cross hole deburrer is a cone-shaped tool with a cutting edge provided by a hole that goes through the side of the cone. ... A File (or Hand-File) is a metalworking hand tool used to shape material by abrasion. ... Detail of a double-cut flat file A file is a hand tool consisting of a steel shaft whose surface is cut with sharp parallel ridges made by a chisel before the file is hardened. ... Three different engineering hand scrapers A hand scraper is a single-edged tool used to scrape metal from a surface. ... High speed steel (HSS) is a material usually used in the manufacture of machine tools. ... Jump to: navigation, search Milling cutters are cutting tools used in milling machines or machining centres. ... A reamer is a tool for enlarging holes and is used in metalworking. ... Stellite was invented by Elwood Haynes in the early 1900s as a substitute for flatware that stained (or that had to be constantly cleaned). ... A tipped tool or insert generally refers to any cutting tool where the cutting edge consists of a seperate piece of material, either brazed or clamped on to a seperate body. ... A tool bit generally refers to a plain High Speed Steel (HSS) tool. ...


Metalworking topics:   Casting | CNC | Cutting machines | Cutting tools | Drilling and threading | Fabrication | Finishing | Grinding | Jewellery | Lathes | Machining | Machine tooling | Measuring | Metalworking | Hand tools | Metallurgy | Milling | Occupations | Press tools | Smithing | Terminology | Welding Casting is a process by which a material is introduced into a mold while it is liquid, allowed to solidify in the shape inside the mold, and then removed producing a fabricated object, part, or casing. ... A CNC Turning Center The abbreviation CNC stands for Computer(ized) Numerical(ly) Control(led), and refers specifically to the computer control of machine tools for the purpose of (repeatedly) manufacturing complex parts in metal as well as other materials, using a program written in a notation conforming to the... Drilling is the process of using a drill bit in a drill to produce holes. ... A typical steel fabrication shop Fabrication is an industrial term generally applied to the building of metal machines and structures. ... Rotating abrasive wheel on a bench grinder. ... Jump to: navigation, search Jewellery (Jewelry in American spelling); consists of ornamental devices worn by persons, typically made with gems and precious metals. ... Jump to: navigation, search This article is about a lathe as a tool. ... A lathe is a common tool used in machining. ... A machine tool is a powered mechanical device, typically used to fabricate metal components of machines by the selective removal of metal. ... Metalworking is the craft and practice of working with metals to create parts or structures. ... Jump to: navigation, search Metalworking hand tools are hand tools that are used in the metalworking field. ... Jump to: navigation, search Metallurgy is a domain of materials science and of materials engineering that studies the physical and chemical behavior of metallic elements and their mixtures, which are called alloys. ... Jump to: navigation, search A Milling machine is a power-driven machine used for the complex shaping of metal (or possibly other materials) parts. ... Jump to: navigation, search Power press with a fixed barrier guard A press, or a machine press is a tool used to work metal (typically steel) by changing its shape and internal structure. ... A smith or metalsmith is a person involved in the shaping of metal objects. ... Welding is a fabrication process that joins materials, usually metals or thermoplastics, by causing coalescence. ...


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Burr - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (211 words)
In certain species of plants, burr is a seed or dry fruit in which the seeds bear hooks or teeth which attach themselves to fur or clothing of passing animals or people.
In statistics the Burr distribution is a continuous probability distribution, usually defined by four parameters.
A burr puzzle is a type of interlocking mechanical puzzle.
Pipe or tube cutter for hand drills - United States Patent 3,951,564 (1313 words)
A power-operated tube cutter and burr remover are driven directly by the output shaft of the gear drive.
With the above in view, the objective of the invention is to provide a tubing cutter attachment for hand drills which is economical to manufacture, convenient to use, lightweight and compact, and readily installable on conventional electric hand drills without altering the structure of the latter or interfering with the normal use of the drill.
The member 18 has a frontal cutter guard plate 19 disposed close to the forward face of the cutter blade and this plate has a large L-slot 20 formed therein for the reception of tubing 21 to be cut by the attachment.
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