B200SA Sutton Double Cut Carbide Burs Cylindrical Square End 1/4" or B300SA 6mm Shank

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  • Cylindrical Carbide Burs
  • The chisel tooth pattern not only minimises tool chatter but reduces the chip to a granular shape, in most materials.
  • Al Cut for rapid material removal of soft materials such as: Aluminium, Brass, Copper, Plastics that would normally load other cuts

Safety Tips

  • Eye protection must be worn at and around bur application
  • for use in air & electric die grinders do not use in conventional electric drills as insufficient speed can cause breakage
  • Chuck carbide bur to full capacity of machine chuck
  • Do not use driving tool with worn bearings
  • Endeavour to use double cut wherever possible as standard cut can produce harmful slivers

Hints for Use

  • Position bur in drive as close as possible to head of collet
  • Allow tool to do its own cutting – do not force the cut or use excessive pressure
  • Allow tool to be running at full speed before making contact with the work piece
  • to prevent loading on aluminium burs – coat bur with bees-wax or oven cleaner before use
  • If sparks are evident in use either bur is dull and should be replaced or material is too hard

Description

  • Cylindrical Carbide Burs
  • The chisel tooth pattern not only minimises tool chatter but reduces the chip to a granular shape, in most materials.
  • Al Cut for rapid material removal of soft materials such as: Aluminium, Brass, Copper, Plastics that would normally load other cuts

Safety Tips

  • Eye protection must be worn at and around bur application
  • for use in air & electric die grinders do not use in conventional electric drills as insufficient speed can cause breakage
  • Chuck carbide bur to full capacity of machine chuck
  • Do not use driving tool with worn bearings
  • Endeavour to use double cut wherever possible as standard cut can produce harmful slivers

Hints for Use

  • Position bur in drive as close as possible to head of collet
  • Allow tool to do its own cutting – do not force the cut or use excessive pressure
  • Allow tool to be running at full speed before making contact with the work piece
  • to prevent loading on aluminium burs – coat bur with bees-wax or oven cleaner before use
  • If sparks are evident in use either bur is dull and should be replaced or material is too hard
Material VHM Finish Brt
Type Cylindrical Square End Application Steel

Carbide burs are used in various applications for deburring, cylinder head porting, mould making, tool & die, metalworking, tool grinding, foundry, aerospace, automotive, dental laboratory, wood carving, farriers, metal smithing, sculpting, welding,  chamfering, jewelry manufacturing, die & metal casting.

Item   # d1 d1 (mm) l1 l2 Item #

1/4″ Shank

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6mm Shank

SA140 3/16 4.8 2 5/8 B200 SA140 B300   SA140
SA100 1/4″ 6.4 2 5/8 B200 SA100 B300   SA100
SA200 5/16 8.0 2-1/2″ 3/4″ B200   SA200 B300   SA200
SA300 3/8″ 9.6 2-1/2″ 3/4″ B200   SA300 B300   SA300
SA400 7/16 11.2 2-3/4″ 1″ B200   SA400
SA500 1/2″ 12.7 2-3/4″ 1″ B200   SA500 B300   SA500
SA600 5/8 15.9 2-3/4″ 1″ B200   SA600 B300   SA600
SA700 3/4″ 19.1 2-3/4″ 1″ B200   SA700 B300   SA700*
SA900 1 25.4 2-3/4″ 1″ B200   SA900 B300   SA900*

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Description

  • Cylindrical Carbide Burs
  • The chisel tooth pattern not only minimises tool chatter but reduces the chip to a granular shape, in most materials.
  • Al Cut for rapid material removal of soft materials such as: Aluminium, Brass, Copper, Plastics that would normally load other cuts

Safety Tips

  • Eye protection must be worn at and around bur application
  • for use in air & electric die grinders do not use in conventional electric drills as insufficient speed can cause breakage
  • Chuck carbide bur to full capacity of machine chuck
  • Do not use driving tool with worn bearings
  • Endeavour to use double cut wherever possible as standard cut can produce harmful slivers

Hints for Use

  • Position bur in drive as close as possible to head of collet
  • Allow tool to do its own cutting – do not force the cut or use excessive pressure
  • Allow tool to be running at full speed before making contact with the work piece
  • to prevent loading on aluminium burs – coat bur with bees-wax or oven cleaner before use
  • If sparks are evident in use either bur is dull and should be replaced or material is too hard

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