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SE is proud to bring you this professional Set of 30 Titanium-Coated Diamond Burrs, 120-150 Grit. This assortment includes various sizes of the following shapes:Ball Cone Rounded Cylinder Flat Top Cylinder Tapered Needle Point
It is recommended to use water for lubricant when using these burrs. All burrs in this set have a 1/8” (3-mm) shank, allowing them to be compatible with most die grinders or rotary tools. When the job or project is complete, you’ll be happy to place your burr set back into the compact storage case that allows you to store, organize, and transport your burrs for future use.
This master titanium-coated diamond burrs set allows you to shape, grind and finish with precision. These burrs are great for filing glass, ceramics, tile, brick, plastics, wood, fiberglass, stone, rock carbide, gold, platinum, silver, metals or anything with a hard surface. They come highly recommended for jewelers, lapidary use, hobbies, crafts, craft modeling, home repair, and so much more.
SE products are quality items for extremely reasonable prices. SE is committed to providing the customer with the best source for value possible on the market. You will enjoy the quality, function and usefulness this 30-Piece Titanium-Coated Diamond Burr Set, Grits 120-150 has to offer.
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These are definitely worth buying, i used them on granite and hardened steel worked great on both. Not a scratch on them. Ordered another set just to have extra. ...Published 3 days ago by Brandon Snyder
These have proven to be solid performers with both my 12V Dremel and Foredom TX. Grinding steel and titanium fairly aggressively the bits I used did not show any sign of grit... Read morePublished 5 days ago by RC Ortiz
One of the bits arrived bent, but I was able to straighten it. I have used these to drill gemstones and make the holes in mineral beads (like amazonite) larger. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Sewing Meiser