Carbide burs can be used for multiple tasks in manufacturing industries such as shaping, cutting, grinding, and of course removing sharp edges or excess material in a process called deburing. Burs are created as a result of machining processes such as milling, grinding, engraving, and many more.

These machining processes typically leave small pieces of materials or create sharp or raised edges that can cause harm to people who handle the materials or finished products if they are not sorted out using deburing. You can remove the small materials left behind and also smooth out those sharp edges by visiting West Sussex carbide burs.

Why Carbide is King – West Sussex Carbide Burs

Most metals just won’t cut it when it comes to burs since you won’t get the desired finish and efficiency compared to using carbide or carbide tungsten drill bits. Carbide has a unique property that makes it sturdy and heat-resistant which is perfect for machining processes. You also save a lot of time and improve the efficiency of your machining processes because carbide lasts longer, easily replaceable, and can work on very hard materials.

By using carbide burs you are able to work on various harder materials such as steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, and even titanium. Even on softer materials such as gold, silver, and platinum, carbide burs are perfect to use on them since the process will leave no chipping or breaking which makes them last a lot longer.

Carbide Burs in All Shapes and Sizes – West Sussex Carbide Burs

Here at West Sussex carbide burs, we offer various carbide burs for all your manufacturing needs. Whether you want single or double or diamond cut burs, carbide ball burs, carbide pointed cone burs, carbide inverted cone burs, carbide cylinder burs, and many more. If you want to get a free tool assessment for your manufacturing needs including our carbide burs, just check us out at West Sussex carbide burs.

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