- Oval shape for deburring and finishing curved surfaces in steel dies, forgings, castings, and patterns, or for dressing fillet welds
- Fine cut for precision deburring and good finish on stainless steel, and highly heat-resistant metals such as nickel- and cobalt-based alloys
- 1/8" Shank Diameter
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PFERD Oval Carbide Bur, Uncoated (Bright) Finish, Fine Single Cut, Radius End, 1/8" Shank, 1/8" Head Diameter, 7/32" Head Length (SE-41)
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Specifications for this item
|Finish Types||Uncoated (Bright)|
|Number of Items||1|
|Cut Type||Fine Single Cut|
|End Cut Type||Radius|
|Head Diameter||1/8 inches|
|Industry Standard Identifier||SE-41|
|Overall Length||1-1/2 inches|
|Shank Diameter||1/8 inches|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
Precision CNC manufactured PFERD tungsten carbide burs offer unparalleled rotational balance, ser... See more product details
Precision CNC manufactured PFERD tungsten carbide burs offer unparalleled rotational balance, service life and performance. PFERD has decades of manufacturing experience, producing the highest performance bur on the market. Designed for machining materials of virtually any hardness, the superior performance of PFERD burs reflects an optimum combination of key parameters such as shape, number of flutes, spiral angle, rake angle, and concentricity. The high dimensional accuracy of these burs permits robotic/CNC usage and multiple re-sharpenings. High stock removal capability and long tool life provides outstanding machining results in minimum time, optimizing the labor costs of these premium-quality products. For use on pneumatic, electric, and drive shaft tools.
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By Gauda on November 28, 2013
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Fine cut burs are hard to find, at least for me. I was pleasantly surprised to see these on Amazon and bought one right away. Although the picture shows few teeth/blades, it isn't accurate. In reality there are many more and the finish is very smooth. I use these in stainless steel and run them at 40-45 thousand rpm. Being a fine cut I think it allows better control since the cut is less aggressive. The life on these burs is good, they don't get dull quickly. Although a bit expensive I believe they justify their cost. Made in Germany.
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