When it comes to shaping and carving materials like wood, acrylic, plaster, and fiberglass, having the right tool is key. The Large Pointed Taper Carbide Bur is a versatile bit that can round edges, make concave cuts, and access hard-to-reach areas with ease.
And not only is this bur useful for roughing out carvings with its 3/32”-diameter shaft, it also comes in smaller sizes that can be used to add intricate detailing to your work.
The durability of this long-lasting bit is also impressive, making it nearly as reliable as carbide-point bits. Plus, with the option of fluted and cross-cut styles, you'll be able to produce a relatively smooth surface on your materials.
If you're working in the world of carving or any other industry that requires precision drilling, the Large Pointed Taper Carbide Bur may be just what you're looking for.
This particular bur has a unique shape which tapers down from 6.3mm at the bottom to just 1.7mm at the top. With a 3/32 shank size and a head length of 18.9mm, this tool is perfect for achieving precise cuts and drilling holes with ease.
And at a total length of 54.6mm, it's easy to handle and maneuver, making it ideal for a wide range of applications. Whether you're a carver or a jeweler, this bur is an essential tool that you won't want to be without.
Large Pointed Taper Carbide Bur Regular Cut Specifications
- The Large Pointed Taper Carbide Bur is 6.3mm at the bottom and tapers down to 1.7mm at the top.
- This Pointed Taper has a 3/32 shank size and a head length of 18.9mm
- The total length including the shank is 54.6mm.
Maintaining your burs is essential to ensure they remain sharp, efficient and work optimally. One of the easiest things you can do to maintain your burs is to store them safely in a holder or box.
This prevents them from knocking into one another and becoming damaged. When using your burs, apply just enough pressure to get the job done without burning the bits. Overheating them can cause them to become brittle and snap.
Cleaning your carbide-point bits with a brass brush will prevent them from clogging, while a wet white stick can be used to clean diamond bits. A neoprene rubber bar works wonders in removing dust from ruby bits, stones, and sanding discs.
With a little care and attention, your burs will last longer and perform better, saving you time and money in the long run.