Alumin Range Burrs



Aluminum Cut Carbide Burrs

We offer a huge selection of aluminum cut carbide bur tools and die grinder bits.

Aluminum cut carbide bur tools are designed for use on aluminum, non-ferrous metals, soft steel, reinforced plastics, and other soft materials.

High flute finish for easy chip flow and fast stock removal.  Aluminum cut carbide burs provide excellent work finish with minumum loading when cutting soft, sticky metal.

Uses for Carbide Bur Die Grinder Bits

Carbide burs are widely used in metalworking, tool making, engineering, model engineering, wood carving, jewelry making, welding, chamferring, casting, deburring, grinding, cylinder head porting and sculpting. Our carbide cutting tools are used in the aerospace, automotive, dentistry, stone and metalsmith industries.

Carbide burs (burrs) are tools that are used for precision in cutting, grinding, and shaping the material with which they are being worked. Additionally, you can use them for deburring, where burrs, excess materials, sharp edges, and weld beads are removed. Use carbide burs in industrial tools, such as airtools (e.g., die grinders), engravers, flexible shafts, and pendant drills, as well as for hobbies (e.g.,
Dremel tools). Their uses are varied and diverse, such as jewelry work, metalworking, welding, woodworking, and cover a range of industries, including aeronautics, aviation, automotive, dentistry, and metal and stone working.

Why Carbide Burs

Carbide burs (burrs) are tools that are used for precision in cutting, grinding, and shaping the material with which they are being worked. Additionally, they are used for deburring, where burrs, excess materials, sharp edges, and weld beads are removed. Use carbide burs in industrial tools, such as air tools (e.g., die grinders), engravers, flexible shafts, and pendant drills, as well as for hobbies (e.g., Dremel tools). Their uses are varied and diverse, such as jewelry work, metalworking, welding, woodworking, and cover a range of industries, including aeronautics, aviation, automotive, dentistry, and metal and stone working.

Carbide burs (burrs) are generally composed of titanium or tungsten; diamond is the only material on the Mohs scale that is harder and also used for drill tips. This means they are ideal for multiple purposes due to the fact that they maintain sharper cutting edges for longer periods of time. Carbide burs (burrs) maintain their sharp edges 10 20 times longer than a stainless-steel bur (burr), depending on the frequency of use and the materials used with.

Single Cut and Double Cut

Single cut (one flute) carbide burrs have a right handed (Up cut) spiral flute. These tend to be used with stainless steel, hardened steel, copper, cast iron, and ferrous metals and will remove material quickly. Use for heavy stock removal, milling, deburring and cleaning.

  • Heavy removal of material
  • Milling
  • Deburring
  • Cleaning
  • Creates long chips

Double cut carbide burrs tend to be used on ferrous and non ferrous metals, aluminium, soft steel and also for all non-metal materials such as plastics and wood. They have more cutting edges and will remove material faster. These are the most popular cut and will see you through most applications.

Double cut are sometimes referred to as Diamond Cut or Cross Cut (2 flutes cut across each other) . They will leave a smoother finish than single cut due to producing smaller chips as they cut away the material. Use for medium-light stock removal, deburring, finishing and cleaning.

  • Medium- light removal of material
  • Deburring
  • Fine finishing
  • Cleaning
  • Smooth finish
  • Creates small chips