Welcom BUR-PRO Cutting

l1228 nonferrous carbide milling burr cutting cast iron malaysia

Just fill in the form below, click submit, you will get the price list, and we will contact you within one working day. Please also feel free to contact us via email or phone. (* is required).

  • China Carbide Burr, Carbide Burr Manufacturers, Suppliers ...

    China Carbide Burr manufacturers - Select 2021 high quality Carbide Burr products in best price from certified Chinese Carbide, Carbide Insert suppliers, wholesalers and factory on …

    Get Price
  • Tungsten Carbide Burrs - Millercarbide

    2021-9-16u2002·u2002Tungsten carbide burrs also named carbide rotary files or high speed milling tool, they are used for grinding, shaping, cutting and removal the burrs, sharpe edges and excess materials. The rotary burrs can be used on many materials, such as metals ( steel & stainless steel, cast iron, aluminum, copper, zinc ect.) and ceramics, plastic ...

    Get Price
  • Cylindrical Carbide Burr - Meetyou Carbide Cutting Tool

    Thanks to the excellent hardness of th e tungsten carbide, they are very suited to be used on most hard materials, such as steel, non-ferrous metal alloy, cast iron, and reinforced plastics. With tungsten carbide, you can run your burr bits in a hotter environment, in …

    Get Price
  • Hartmetallfräser

    The PREMIUM*** tungsten carbide burr set contains common burrs for machining cast iron, steel and stainless steel materials. Production on CNC machines results in a highly efficient precision tool that achieves optimum grinding results. With this tungsten carbide burr you can achieve the longest lifetimes when used on practically any material.

    Get Price
  • York YRK2100166K 6x16mm Cylindrical End Cut Carbide Burr ...

    Carbide Burrs - Cylindrical-End Cutting Cylindrical-End Cutting All sizes are nominal. Sizes marked * are 3mm shank, all others are 6mm shank. Cut Numbers: Cut 3 - Rapid Cut For use on softer non-ferrous and plastic materials, i.e. aluminium, fibreglass, plastics, hard rubber and zinc alloy. Cut 6 - …

    Get Price
  • Burrs Carbide

    Burrs Carbide. A Burr (sometimes called rotary files) are small cutters used in die grinders, rotary tools or dentist's drills. The name may be considered appropriate when their small-sized head (3 mm diameter shaft) is compared to that of a seed of the burr fruit or the teeth compared to a metal burr. To maintain the correct surface speed and ...

    Get Price
  • Other - Carbide Burrs

    Aluminum cut burrs are for use on non-ferrous and non-metallic materials. It is designed for rapid stock removal with minimum chip loading. Made with tungsten carbide and suitable for deburring and polishing. Aluminum cut head and meet US standard with 1/4' shank.1/2' head diameter, 1' cut length, and 3' total length.

    Get Price
  • Milling different materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Milling non-ferrous materials. Non-ferrous materials include not only aluminum, but also magnesium-, copper- and zinc-based alloys. The machinability differs primarily depending on the Si-content. Hypo-euthectic aluminum is the most common type, with a Si-content below 13%.

    Get Price
  • How to do milling in different materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Use a more positive geometry. Preferable use 65/60/45 degree cutters. If cutting fluid must be used to avoid dust, etc. choose the wet milling grades. Coated carbide is always the first choice, but ceramics can also be used. Note that the cutting speed, vc, should be very high, 800–1000 m/min (2624–3281 ft/min).

    Get Price
  • Tailoring tools for cast iron - Canadian Metalworking

    2020-9-10u2002·u2002In milling this cast iron with cemented carbide tools, for example, a typical cutting speed is low, around 130 to 160 SFM. Intensive heat generation often forces manufacturers to apply coolant. As a result, the tool operates under conditions of a heat shock effect, which considerably shortens the tool life.

    Get Price
  • China Carbide Burr, Carbide Burr Manufacturers, Suppliers ...

    China Carbide Burr manufacturers - Select 2021 high quality Carbide Burr products in best price from certified Chinese Carbide, Carbide Insert suppliers, wholesalers and factory on …

    Get Price
  • Tungsten Carbide Burrs - Millercarbide

    2021-9-16u2002·u2002Tungsten carbide burrs also named carbide rotary files or high speed milling tool, they are used for grinding, shaping, cutting and removal the burrs, sharpe edges and excess materials. The rotary burrs can be used on many materials, such as metals ( steel & stainless steel, cast iron, aluminum, copper, zinc ect.) and ceramics, plastic ...

    Get Price
  • Cylindrical Carbide Burr - Meetyou Carbide Cutting Tool

    Thanks to the excellent hardness of th e tungsten carbide, they are very suited to be used on most hard materials, such as steel, non-ferrous metal alloy, cast iron, and reinforced plastics. With tungsten carbide, you can run your burr bits in a hotter environment, in …

    Get Price
  • Hartmetallfräser

    The PREMIUM*** tungsten carbide burr set contains common burrs for machining cast iron, steel and stainless steel materials. Production on CNC machines results in a highly efficient precision tool that achieves optimum grinding results. With this tungsten carbide burr you can achieve the longest lifetimes when used on practically any material.

    Get Price
  • York YRK2100166K 6x16mm Cylindrical End Cut Carbide Burr ...

    Carbide Burrs - Cylindrical-End Cutting Cylindrical-End Cutting All sizes are nominal. Sizes marked * are 3mm shank, all others are 6mm shank. Cut Numbers: Cut 3 - Rapid Cut For use on softer non-ferrous and plastic materials, i.e. aluminium, fibreglass, plastics, hard rubber and zinc alloy. Cut 6 - …

    Get Price
  • Burrs Carbide

    Burrs Carbide. A Burr (sometimes called rotary files) are small cutters used in die grinders, rotary tools or dentist's drills. The name may be considered appropriate when their small-sized head (3 mm diameter shaft) is compared to that of a seed of the burr fruit or the teeth compared to a metal burr. To maintain the correct surface speed and ...

    Get Price
  • Other - Carbide Burrs

    Aluminum cut burrs are for use on non-ferrous and non-metallic materials. It is designed for rapid stock removal with minimum chip loading. Made with tungsten carbide and suitable for deburring and polishing. Aluminum cut head and meet US standard with 1/4' shank.1/2' head diameter, 1' cut length, and 3' total length.

    Get Price
  • Milling different materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Milling non-ferrous materials. Non-ferrous materials include not only aluminum, but also magnesium-, copper- and zinc-based alloys. The machinability differs primarily depending on the Si-content. Hypo-euthectic aluminum is the most common type, with a Si-content below 13%.

    Get Price
  • How to do milling in different materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Use a more positive geometry. Preferable use 65/60/45 degree cutters. If cutting fluid must be used to avoid dust, etc. choose the wet milling grades. Coated carbide is always the first choice, but ceramics can also be used. Note that the cutting speed, vc, should be very high, 800–1000 m/min (2624–3281 ft/min).

    Get Price
  • Tailoring tools for cast iron - Canadian Metalworking

    2020-9-10u2002·u2002In milling this cast iron with cemented carbide tools, for example, a typical cutting speed is low, around 130 to 160 SFM. Intensive heat generation often forces manufacturers to apply coolant. As a result, the tool operates under conditions of a heat shock effect, which considerably shortens the tool life.

    Get Price
  • China Carbide Burr, Carbide Burr Manufacturers, Suppliers ...

    China Carbide Burr manufacturers - Select 2021 high quality Carbide Burr products in best price from certified Chinese Carbide, Carbide Insert suppliers, wholesalers and factory on Made-in-China.com

    Get Price
  • Tungsten Carbide Burrs - Millercarbide

    2021-9-16u2002·u2002Tungsten carbide burrs also named carbide rotary files or high speed milling tool, they are used for grinding, shaping, cutting and removal the burrs, sharpe edges and excess materials. The rotary burrs can be used on many materials, such as metals ( steel & stainless steel, cast iron, aluminum, copper, zinc ect.) and ceramics, plastic ...

    Get Price
  • Cylindrical Carbide Burr - Meetyou Carbide Cutting Tool

    Thanks to the excellent hardness of th e tungsten carbide, they are very suited to be used on most hard materials, such as steel, non-ferrous metal alloy, cast iron, and reinforced plastics. With tungsten carbide, you can run your burr bits in a hotter environment, in which HSS burrs will start to melt.

    Get Price
  • Hartmetallfräser

    The PREMIUM*** tungsten carbide burr set contains common burrs for machining cast iron, steel and stainless steel materials. Production on CNC machines results in a highly efficient precision tool that achieves optimum grinding results. With this tungsten carbide burr you can achieve the longest lifetimes when used on practically any material.

    Get Price
  • York YRK2100166K 6x16mm Cylindrical End Cut Carbide

    Carbide Burrs - Cylindrical-End Cutting Cylindrical-End Cutting All sizes are nominal. Sizes marked * are 3mm shank, all others are 6mm shank. Cut Numbers: Cut 3 - Rapid Cut For use on softer non-ferrous and plastic materials, i.e. aluminium, fibreglass, plastics, hard rubber and zinc alloy. Cut 6 - Double Cut

    Get Price
  • Burrs Carbide

    Burrs Carbide. A Burr (sometimes called rotary files) are small cutters used in die grinders, rotary tools or dentist's drills. The name may be considered appropriate when their small-sized head (3 mm diameter shaft) is compared to that of a seed of the burr fruit or the teeth compared to a metal burr. To maintain the correct surface speed and ...

    Get Price
  • Other - Carbide Burrs

    Aluminum cut burrs are for use on non-ferrous and non-metallic materials. It is designed for rapid stock removal with minimum chip loading. Made with tungsten carbide and suitable for deburring and polishing. Aluminum cut head and meet US standard with 1/4' shank.1/2' head diameter, 1' cut …

    Get Price
  • Milling different materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Milling non-ferrous materials. Non-ferrous materials include not only aluminum, but also magnesium-, copper- and zinc-based alloys. The machinability differs primarily depending on the Si-content. Hypo-euthectic aluminum is the most common type, with a Si-content below 13%.

    Get Price
  • How to do milling in different materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Use a more positive geometry. Preferable use 65/60/45 degree cutters. If cutting fluid must be used to avoid dust, etc. choose the wet milling grades. Coated carbide is always the first choice, but ceramics can also be used. Note that the cutting speed, vc, should be very high, 800–1000 m/min (2624–3281 ft/min).

    Get Price
  • Tailoring tools for cast iron - Canadian Metalworking

    2020-9-10u2002·u2002In milling this cast iron with cemented carbide tools, for example, a typical cutting speed is low, around 130 to 160 SFM. Intensive heat generation often forces manufacturers to apply coolant. As a result, the tool operates under conditions of a heat shock effect, which considerably shortens the tool life.

    Get Price
  • China Carbide Burr, Carbide Burr Manufacturers, Suppliers ...

    China Carbide Burr manufacturers - Select 2021 high quality Carbide Burr products in best price from certified Chinese Carbide, Carbide Insert suppliers, wholesalers and factory on Made-in-China.com

    Get Price
  • Tungsten Carbide Burrs - Millercarbide

    2021-9-16u2002·u2002Tungsten carbide burrs also named carbide rotary files or high speed milling tool, they are used for grinding, shaping, cutting and removal the burrs, sharpe edges and excess materials. The rotary burrs can be used on many materials, such as metals ( steel & stainless steel, cast iron, aluminum, copper, zinc ect.) and ceramics, plastic ...

    Get Price
  • Cylindrical Carbide Burr - Meetyou Carbide Cutting Tool

    Thanks to the excellent hardness of th e tungsten carbide, they are very suited to be used on most hard materials, such as steel, non-ferrous metal alloy, cast iron, and reinforced plastics. With tungsten carbide, you can run your burr bits in a hotter environment, in which HSS burrs will start to melt.

    Get Price
  • Hartmetallfräser

    The PREMIUM*** tungsten carbide burr set contains common burrs for machining cast iron, steel and stainless steel materials. Production on CNC machines results in a highly efficient precision tool that achieves optimum grinding results. With this tungsten carbide burr you can achieve the longest lifetimes when used on practically any material.

    Get Price
  • York YRK2100166K 6x16mm Cylindrical End Cut Carbide

    Carbide Burrs - Cylindrical-End Cutting Cylindrical-End Cutting All sizes are nominal. Sizes marked * are 3mm shank, all others are 6mm shank. Cut Numbers: Cut 3 - Rapid Cut For use on softer non-ferrous and plastic materials, i.e. aluminium, fibreglass, plastics, hard rubber and zinc alloy. Cut 6 - Double Cut

    Get Price
  • Burrs Carbide

    Burrs Carbide. A Burr (sometimes called rotary files) are small cutters used in die grinders, rotary tools or dentist's drills. The name may be considered appropriate when their small-sized head (3 mm diameter shaft) is compared to that of a seed of the burr fruit or the teeth compared to a metal burr. To maintain the correct surface speed and ...

    Get Price
  • Other - Carbide Burrs

    Aluminum cut burrs are for use on non-ferrous and non-metallic materials. It is designed for rapid stock removal with minimum chip loading. Made with tungsten carbide and suitable for deburring and polishing. Aluminum cut head and meet US standard with 1/4' shank.1/2' head diameter, 1' cut …

    Get Price
  • Milling different materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Milling non-ferrous materials. Non-ferrous materials include not only aluminum, but also magnesium-, copper- and zinc-based alloys. The machinability differs primarily depending on the Si-content. Hypo-euthectic aluminum is the most common type, with a Si-content below 13%.

    Get Price
  • How to do milling in different materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Use a more positive geometry. Preferable use 65/60/45 degree cutters. If cutting fluid must be used to avoid dust, etc. choose the wet milling grades. Coated carbide is always the first choice, but ceramics can also be used. Note that the cutting speed, vc, should be very high, 800–1000 m/min (2624–3281 ft/min).

    Get Price
  • Tailoring tools for cast iron - Canadian Metalworking

    2020-9-10u2002·u2002In milling this cast iron with cemented carbide tools, for example, a typical cutting speed is low, around 130 to 160 SFM. Intensive heat generation often forces manufacturers to apply coolant. As a result, the tool operates under conditions of a heat shock effect, which considerably shortens the tool life.

    Get Price
  • China Carbide Burr, Carbide Burr Manufacturers, Suppliers ...

    China Carbide Burr manufacturers - Select 2021 high quality Carbide Burr products in best price from certified Chinese Carbide, Carbide Insert suppliers, wholesalers and factory on Made-in-China.com

    Get Price
  • Tungsten Carbide Burrs - Millercarbide

    2021-9-16u2002·u2002Tungsten carbide burrs also named carbide rotary files or high speed milling tool, they are used for grinding, shaping, cutting and removal the burrs, sharpe edges and excess materials. The rotary burrs can be used on many materials, such as metals ( steel & stainless steel, cast iron, aluminum, copper, zinc ect.) and ceramics, plastic ...

    Get Price
  • Cylindrical Carbide Burr - Meetyou Carbide Cutting Tool

    Thanks to the excellent hardness of th e tungsten carbide, they are very suited to be used on most hard materials, such as steel, non-ferrous metal alloy, cast iron, and reinforced plastics. With tungsten carbide, you can run your burr bits in a hotter environment, in which HSS burrs will start to melt.

    Get Price
  • Hartmetallfräser

    The PREMIUM*** tungsten carbide burr set contains common burrs for machining cast iron, steel and stainless steel materials. Production on CNC machines results in a highly efficient precision tool that achieves optimum grinding results. With this tungsten carbide burr you can achieve the longest lifetimes when used on practically any material.

    Get Price
  • York YRK2100166K 6x16mm Cylindrical End Cut Carbide

    Carbide Burrs - Cylindrical-End Cutting Cylindrical-End Cutting All sizes are nominal. Sizes marked * are 3mm shank, all others are 6mm shank. Cut Numbers: Cut 3 - Rapid Cut For use on softer non-ferrous and plastic materials, i.e. aluminium, fibreglass, plastics, hard rubber and zinc alloy. Cut 6 - Double Cut

    Get Price
  • Burrs Carbide

    Burrs Carbide. A Burr (sometimes called rotary files) are small cutters used in die grinders, rotary tools or dentist's drills. The name may be considered appropriate when their small-sized head (3 mm diameter shaft) is compared to that of a seed of the burr fruit or the teeth compared to a metal burr. To maintain the correct surface speed and ...

    Get Price
  • Other - Carbide Burrs

    Aluminum cut burrs are for use on non-ferrous and non-metallic materials. It is designed for rapid stock removal with minimum chip loading. Made with tungsten carbide and suitable for deburring and polishing. Aluminum cut head and meet US standard with 1/4' shank.1/2' head diameter, 1' cut …

    Get Price
  • Milling different materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Milling non-ferrous materials. Non-ferrous materials include not only aluminum, but also magnesium-, copper- and zinc-based alloys. The machinability differs primarily depending on the Si-content. Hypo-euthectic aluminum is the most common type, with a Si-content below 13%.

    Get Price
  • How to do milling in different materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Use a more positive geometry. Preferable use 65/60/45 degree cutters. If cutting fluid must be used to avoid dust, etc. choose the wet milling grades. Coated carbide is always the first choice, but ceramics can also be used. Note that the cutting speed, vc, should be very high, 800–1000 m/min (2624–3281 ft/min).

    Get Price
  • Tailoring tools for cast iron - Canadian Metalworking

    2020-9-10u2002·u2002In milling this cast iron with cemented carbide tools, for example, a typical cutting speed is low, around 130 to 160 SFM. Intensive heat generation often forces manufacturers to apply coolant. As a result, the tool operates under conditions of a heat shock effect, which considerably shortens the tool life.

    Get Price
  • China Carbide Burr, Carbide Burr Manufacturers, Suppliers ...

    China Carbide Burr manufacturers - Select 2021 high quality Carbide Burr products in best price from certified Chinese Carbide, Carbide Insert suppliers, wholesalers and factory on Made-in-China.com

    Get Price
  • Tungsten Carbide Burrs - Millercarbide

    2021-9-16u2002·u2002Tungsten carbide burrs also named carbide rotary files or high speed milling tool, they are used for grinding, shaping, cutting and removal the burrs, sharpe edges and excess materials. The rotary burrs can be used on many materials, such as metals ( steel & stainless steel, cast iron, aluminum, copper, zinc ect.) and ceramics, plastic ...

    Get Price
  • Cylindrical Carbide Burr - Meetyou Carbide Cutting Tool

    Thanks to the excellent hardness of th e tungsten carbide, they are very suited to be used on most hard materials, such as steel, non-ferrous metal alloy, cast iron, and reinforced plastics. With tungsten carbide, you can run your burr bits in a hotter environment, in which HSS burrs will start to melt.

    Get Price
  • Hartmetallfräser

    The PREMIUM*** tungsten carbide burr set contains common burrs for machining cast iron, steel and stainless steel materials. Production on CNC machines results in a highly efficient precision tool that achieves optimum grinding results. With this tungsten carbide burr you can achieve the longest lifetimes when used on practically any material.

    Get Price
  • York YRK2100166K 6x16mm Cylindrical End Cut Carbide

    Carbide Burrs - Cylindrical-End Cutting Cylindrical-End Cutting All sizes are nominal. Sizes marked * are 3mm shank, all others are 6mm shank. Cut Numbers: Cut 3 - Rapid Cut For use on softer non-ferrous and plastic materials, i.e. aluminium, fibreglass, plastics, hard rubber and zinc alloy. Cut 6 - Double Cut

    Get Price
  • Burrs Carbide

    Burrs Carbide. A Burr (sometimes called rotary files) are small cutters used in die grinders, rotary tools or dentist's drills. The name may be considered appropriate when their small-sized head (3 mm diameter shaft) is compared to that of a seed of the burr fruit or the teeth compared to a metal burr. To maintain the correct surface speed and ...

    Get Price
  • Other - Carbide Burrs

    Aluminum cut burrs are for use on non-ferrous and non-metallic materials. It is designed for rapid stock removal with minimum chip loading. Made with tungsten carbide and suitable for deburring and polishing. Aluminum cut head and meet US standard with 1/4' shank.1/2' head diameter, 1' cut …

    Get Price
  • Milling different materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Milling non-ferrous materials. Non-ferrous materials include not only aluminum, but also magnesium-, copper- and zinc-based alloys. The machinability differs primarily depending on the Si-content. Hypo-euthectic aluminum is the most common type, with a Si-content below 13%.

    Get Price
  • How to do milling in different materials - Sandvik Coromant

    Use a more positive geometry. Preferable use 65/60/45 degree cutters. If cutting fluid must be used to avoid dust, etc. choose the wet milling grades. Coated carbide is always the first choice, but ceramics can also be used. Note that the cutting speed, vc, should be very high, 800–1000 m/min (2624–3281 ft/min).

    Get Price
  • Tailoring tools for cast iron - Canadian Metalworking

    2020-9-10u2002·u2002In milling this cast iron with cemented carbide tools, for example, a typical cutting speed is low, around 130 to 160 SFM. Intensive heat generation often forces manufacturers to apply coolant. As a result, the tool operates under conditions of a heat shock effect, which considerably shortens the tool life.

    Get Price