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Small Pointed Bullet Carbide Bur

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The Small Pointed Bullet Carbide Bur is a versatile tool that can be used to create concave cuts, V-cuts, and even recessed areas. With its unique design, this bur creates a cut that is similar to a U-gouge when using its side and a V-tool when using the tip.

Its high level of durability also makes it a great option for long-lasting usage, almost as durable as carbide-point bits. This bur is particularly useful for achieving a relatively smooth surface on woods, and its availability in fluted and cross-cut styles make it a must-have for all wood carving enthusiasts.

Additionally, its usefulness with the smaller bits can be used to add fine details to carvings. Furthermore, this bur is not limited to wood carvings, as it can also cut through acrylic, plaster, and even fiberglass.

Carbide burs have become an indispensable tool in the field of dentistry, especially during the preparation of teeth. The Small Pointed Bullet Carbide Bur is one among the many types of dental burs that has a tapered shape and is ideal for carving intricate details in delicate areas of the tooth.

With a 5mm width at the base and 1.3mm at the top, it can easily reach the hard-to-reach areas of the tooth. In addition to this, the head length of 10.5mm and a 3/32 shank size makes it easy to work on the surface of the tooth without causing any damage.

Its compact size and precise application make it a must-have tool for every dental professional.

Small Pointed Bullet Carbide Bur Specifications

Regular Cut 

 The Small Pointed Bullet Carbide Bur is 5mm wide at the bottom and 1.3mm at the top. The head length is 10.5mm. It has a 3/32 shank size.

The total length including the shank is 47.6mm.

Bur Maintenance 

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 whetstick can be used to clean diamond bits. A neoprene rubber bar works wonders in removing dust from ruby bits, stones, and sanding discs.

Lastly, a diamond hone or dressing stone can reshape and clean stones for optimal performance. With a little care and attention, your burs will last longer and perform better, saving you time and money in the long run.


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