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Cylinder Carbide Burrs – Shape A:

The table below details all dimensions of our cylindrical cylinder carbide burr range. If you know which burr you want, just click on the part number to be directed to the product page.

Helpful Tip – if the part number ends ‘/6’ then the burr has a diamond cut pattern. ‘/3’ is a fluted cut pattern.

Diameter Burr Length Spindle Overall Length Part Number / Links
3.0mm 14mm 3mm 38mm HMC/A30314/6
6.0mm 18mm 6mm 50mm HMC/A60618/6
8.0mm 19.2mm 6mm 64mm HMC/A60820/6
9.6mm 19.2mm 6mm 64mm HMC/A61020/3
9.6mm 19.2mm 6mm 64mm HMC/A61020/6
12.5mm 19.2mm 6mm 64mm HMC/A61220/6
12.5mm 25.4mm 6mm 70mm HMC/A61225/3
12.5mm 25.4mm 6mm 70mm HMC/A61225/6
15.8mm 25.4mm 6mm 70mm HMC/A61525/3
15.8mm 25.4mm 6mm 70mm HMC/A61525/6

Abrasive Finishing Systems have developed an extensive range of quality Tungsten Carbide Burrs in both Diamond and Fluted cut.

Whatever you wish to say about Carbide Burrs, one thing that is certainly true is that you cannot change their shape.  So, if you need to cut a particular profile, then a burr that is nearly right is not right at all.  With more than 80 different sizes, shapes and cut configurations we are sure to have the right burr for your needs.

Optimum power output and RPM of the power source (air-powered or electric machine, flexible shaft system) are necessary conditions for a cost-effective use of carbide burrs.

We would therefore recommend that you:

Use the highest possible speeds.

For stationary use or when countersinking with 360 degrees use of the burr, work at 3,000 rpm or less.

  • Only use rigid clamping systems / drivers as impacts and chattering leads to premature wear.
  • Minimum recommended clamping depth is 2/3 of the shaft length. For optimum burr performance we recommend high torque, high power tooling.
  • The speed can be substantially increased with low stock removal.
  • To avoid unnecessary material damage, reduce cutting speed on poor heat conducting materials such as titanium and stainless steel.
  • If subjected to excessive temperatures the soldering connection between burr head and shank becomes less ridged and the head may tear off.
  • Burr contact surface to the work piece should not total more than a third of the circumference.
  • When machining very cloying materials, the use of suitable cutting lubricant or grease is recommended, to prevent the cut from clogging up.

Want to go back to all the carbide burr shape categories?  – select:  Carbide Burr Shapes here.

Abrasive Finishing Systems Carbide Burr Catalogue:

What’s inside? A guide on how to choose the best cutting shape for you. Recommendations for use. Cutting speed tables.  And our full range of 80+ burrs organised by shape and size. Available here.