Set of 10 carbide burrs of assorted style heads. Includes SA-1, SC-1, SD-3, SH-1, SF-3, SA-3, SC-3, SC-5, SF-5, and SA-5. Good for grinding and deburring. Easy to keep organized in holder. High-quality. won't clog. Little vibration even at top RPMs.
These don't work as well with aluminum, brass, and softer metals because they can clog up the flutes.
Includes 8 popular heads for grinding, deburring and other jobs. Precision grinding for vibration-free use. A good choice for porting heads. All have 1/4" diameter shank. Includes storage tray. Not much hopping. Good value.
Occasionally you will find a burr that's off-center.
8-piece set includes SA, SC, SD and SF type burrs. Unique tooth angle helps to prevent chipping; prolonging tool life. Great for opening holes and porting heads on ferrous materials. Sintered and machined from raw tungsten carbide. Sharp and tough. Good for cutting and grinding.
Not as good for iron and other hard materials, but works well with softer materials like wood and aluminum.
Includes 9 aluminum and non-ferrous cutting burrs. Variety of head styles. Includes Contains SA-1NF, SA-3NF, SC-1NF, SF-1NF, SF-3NF, SD-1NF, SD-3NF, SE-3NF, SC-3NF. Comes in a fitted wood block stand.
Not hard enough for use with iron and other iron-containing materials.
5-piece set of Tungsten double-cut carbide rotary heads with 1/4" shanks. Intended for deburring and polishing a variety of cast, alloyed and other materials up to HRC65 hardness. Comes with case. Includes: SF-5, SF-3, SL-4, 14-degree cone head, SC-3, cylinder ball head and SC-5 cylinder ball head. Long-lasting. and durable.
A little hard to control in tight areas. Not for use with wood.
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A rotary burr is a rotating bit that quickly removes material from metal. They make quick work of cutting out or enlarging holes. The right burr set will depend on the materials you want to shape. Tungsten carbide rotary burrs are great for the most common types of metal such as aluminum, steel, and stainless steel. They last for several uses, making for a great, long lasting kit. High Strength Steel, or HSS, sets are more budget friendly if you need to save some money, but are limited to softer metals like aluminum. For professional results, go with the tungsten carbide when you are only looking for one set to last.