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Syndent 1/4 Carbide Burr
Syndent 1/4 carbide burr can offer you wide industrial uses on both metal and non-metal surfaces.
We design our 1/4 carbide burr with high hardness, sharpness, and sturdiness. This can help you make your work easier, faster, and accurate.
Featuring 40 advanced CNC equipment, Syndent has continuously produced quality 1/4 carbide burrs.
Found in China, Syndent has more than 40 experienced employees.
And have a historical experience of 11 consecutive years of quality production. Our quality 1/4 carbide burr guarantees your business risk-free.
Cylinder 1/4 carbide burr is ideal for contour finishing, flat surface removal.
Cylinder with end cut 1/4 carbide burr is suitable for removal contour and right-angled corners
Cylinder with radius end 1/4 carbide burr is suitable for processing contour and arc surface at a certain angle
Ball shape 1/4 carbide burr is good for machining round edge and end pre-processing before brazing
Oval shape 1/4 carbide burr is suitable for round edge removal
Tree with radius end 1/4 carbide burr is perfect for grinding round edge in long and narrow positions
Tree with pointed end 1/4 carbide burr is used for machining round arc contour in long and narrow places
Flame shape 1/4 carbide burr is good at round edge machining
Cone shape 1/4 carbide burr functions like a countersink. Suitable for chamfering inner hole
Taper with radius end 1/4 carbide burr is widely used for round contour removal in narrow positions, and surface machining
Taper with pointed end 1/4 carbide burr is suitable for narrow position deburring and counter surface machining
Inverted cone 1/4 carbide burr is suitable for rear-side chamfering from the inner side.
Why Syndent 1/4 Carbide Burr
Syndent 1/4 carbide burr can accurately cut hard metal, stainless steel, carbon steel, steel, cast iron, cast steel, etc. In addition, you can voluminously cut materials like jade, marble, CRP, GRP, zirconia, wood, ceramic, bone, etc.
Our 1/4 carbide burr helps you achieve perfect stock removal, finishing, deburring, cleaning and polishing.
Also, you can predominantly use in cylinder head porting, sculpting, grinding, casting, carving, engraving, toolmaking, engineering, metalwork, etc.
You can use Syndent 1/4 carbide burr to process various materials economically and efficiently to achieve the desired effect.
We purchase all our 1/4 carbide burr raw materials from top large mining companies. They have their own mining fields, use the advanced machine, guarantees stable delivery and quality. This helps us deliver to you quality and stable Syndent 1/4 carbide burr with stable delivery time.
Syndent supplies most of its 1/4 carbide burr cargo to all corners of the world. Throughout the previous decade, we have gathered enough experience.
And, we have earned great cooperation with many freight companies. Syndent can therefore help you find a suitable and most reliable shipping method and company.
We ensure the shipping company and option fit your rate category and experience the best quality services.
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Syndent will check the raw material specifications of 1/4 carbide burr before production.
Syndent automatically brazes 1/4 carbide burr with silver in a low temperature.
We must make the 1/4 carbide burr jumping test after brazing. The tolerance is less than 0.1mm
Syndent examines the hardness of 1/4 carbide burr shank after brazing, and tests the bending strength
Solid 1/4 carbide burr needs a shaping process from the carbide rod materials
Syndent CNC grinds the 1/4 carbide burr teeth after the tests approved
Syndent polishes the 1/4 carbide burr shaft, and its brazing position
Syndent makes your logo on the 1/4 carbide burr, and stick your own label on the case.
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Syndent carefully inspects all the 1/4 carbide tungsten carbide steel raw materials before proceeding to the warehouse.
We make sure that the chemical analysis materials maintain accuracy, have a regular appearance, and with compliant size.
Our warehouse manager signs in materials that pass inspection. Therefore the Syndent 1/4 carbide burr you receive doesn’t have quality issues from the source.
Syndent 1/4 carbide burr is wear-resistant, durable, extremely sharp, and without a turnaround. We supply 1/4 carbide burr that corresponds to features that rhyme with your requests.
Syndent has helped many customers in the whole world to replace several other famous brands. As long as you accept our offer, we can surprise you.
Syndent offers a 12-hour hotline, an online contact as well as a chat. In addition, we highly support WhatsApp, Messenger, and Skype media platforms. This can help you easily contact us. Our customer service works around the clock. Syndent guarantees a quick response to all your questions.
Apart from Syndent 1/4 carbide burr, we manufacture and can supply you with other quality cutting tools. Part of Syndent line of quality tools include 6mm carbide burr, SF-5 carbide burr, die grinder stone bits, etc.
Feel free and contact us now. We can give you an instant quotation of Syndent 1/4 carbide burr now!
1/4 Carbide Burr: The Complete FAQ Guide
Do you look for quality original carbide burrs for all your industrial functions? Do you want a professional 1/4 carbide burr manufacturer and supplier?
Whatever you want or whichever question you have, we promise that this guide shall give you all the answers. We focus majorly on the 1 4 carbide burr as one of our many industrial cutting tools.
What is 1/4 Carbide Burr?
1/4 carbide burr simply refers to a fine cutting tool with a 1/4-inch shank diameter. This implies it can perfectly fit power tools that have the same chuck diameter.
Syndent 1 4 carbide burr comes with different flute styles to suit various applications in the industry. We have the single cut, double cut, and aluminum carbide burrs. Each cut helps you in fulfilling various industrial project demands on your workpiece.
Syndent 1/4 carbide burr suits metal working mold as well as pattern making. It also suits die sinking, surface cleaning, and maintenance.
It refers to a perfect tool that you can use in opening holes and porting heads. You can apply to all ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
Furthermore, you’ll find 1/4 carbide burr in different shapes like the SA, SB, SC, SD, CE, etc. The different shapes can help you meet specific needs on various material surfaces.
The 1/4 carbide burr features a professional design from carbide raw materials. Carbide raw materials used by Syndent to manufacture the ideal carbide burr have the highest grade. That means the product can handle the most demanding industrial tasks easily and very fast.
You can use Syndent 1/4 carbide burr with high-speed die grinders as it has high-speed rotational capabilities. Sintered and machined from 100 percent raw carbide raw materials, it provides safe and reliable applications in industrial projects. Besides, it fits both DIYers and craft enthusiasts.
You can use 1/4 carbide burr to easily grind, shape, deburr, engrave, clean, polish, machine, chamfer, etc. They offer precise applications on materials like steel, carbon steel, cast steel, hard steel, cast iron, brass, and aluminum.
Also, works perfectly on materials like all types of wood, zirconia, plastics, jade, marble, stone, wood, bone, etc.
Which Industries Use 1/4 Carbide Burr?
We have a lot of industries that can benefit from the use of 1/4 carbide burr. They feature:
- Metal sculpting
How Does The Manufacturing Process of 1/4 Take Place?
We have few steps that a quality 1/4 carbide burr should go through. Syndent control system ensures your carbide burr undergoes a thorough inspection and development process to guarantee meticulousness.
First, Syndent inspects the raw materials received from top suppliers. Syndent uses the highest grade 100% new carbide steel raw materials.
We sinter and machine to form a premium 1/4 carbide burr. Only after though inspection does the warehouse manager sign into the warehouse to commence the production process.
After thoroughly selecting the right materials, Syndent joins die grinder bits with 1/4 steel shank through a process we call brazing. We apply the least temperature for correct and firm bonding. This ensures the head doesn’t fall off when undertaking tasks.
With the carbide head and steel shank in position, Syndent carries out a jumping test. The test aims at acquiring a determined tool tolerance of not more than 0.1mm.
This comes after the 1/4 carbide burr achieves the desired tolerance level. We assess the hardness of the carbide burr and in this case, the shank and the brazing position.
The manufacturer bends to ensure it has maximum strength to manage to grind various materials comfortably.
We shape the 1/4 carbide burr using several rod materials. Syndent gives the rotary carbide burr different shapes according to customers’ demands and requests. The product passes through an advanced CNC machine.
Besides giving the 1/4 carbide burr a specific shape, Syndent also provides appropriate teeth. The teeth, also known as flutes, refers to sharp cutting edges that cut through materials precisely. The CNC equipment smoothly grinds the head into flutes.
With the 1/4 carbide burr almost finished, Syndent applies a fine polish to the shank and the brazing point. This gives the 1 4 shank a smooth finish and a shining final surface like stainless steel.
Syndent finalizes the development process through packaging the 1/4 carbide as required. We make your appropriate logo and encase them very well in packages as we prepare for shipment.
What Applications Does 1/4 Carbide Burr Provide?
With 1/4 carbide burr, you can do several things on a given piece of work. Syndent 1/4 carbide burr can remove sharp edges, remove different kinds of stock, machine, clean, engrave, carve, and more.
Since manufacturers design 1 4 carbide burrs in different shapes, they provide unlimited performances. This can make your work a lot easier and faster than when using other tools.
The following includes some of the best performance of 1 4 carbide burr;
The basic function of 1/4 carbide involves removing stock when grinding, carving, shaping, or processing your workpiece.
Depending on the flute style, you can remove medium to heavy stock to achieve the desired shape of the workpiece.
The sharp flutes work with high efficiency, removing materials precisely and quickly.
You can remove extra material from your workpiece to make a specific shape. Premium 1/4 carbide burr can aggressively remove material to give you an accurate shape. The sharp cutting edges work through materials as you mold different forms and dimensions.
Another important function of 1/4 carbide burr includes accurate and effective grinding of your various projects. All applications involve the removal of a certain amount of material to achieve a certain form.
Through grinding, you can achieve a final smooth surface after say, cutting you’re your piece of material. A ball-shaped, cylinder and taper type of 1/4 carbide burrs have wider head surfaces. They can make grinding much easier and faster than other shapes.
Syndent 1/4 carbide burr can also act as a deburring tool for most of your industrial projects. Burrs always happen after doing other processes on a material surface.
The burrs appear as sharp debris, if not correctly removed, which can cause inaccuracies in your functions.
1/4 carbide burr has special cutting edges when used can remove burrs, leaving a fine, smooth surface.
Before you begin processing your workpiece, you need a specific material size. With 1 4 carbide burr, you don’t need to look for another cutting tool.
Carbide raw material has natural strength and extreme sharpness. Designed professionally, the sharp flutes cut through different materials like blades.
This ensures you acquire an accurate material size to begin working on. Also, you can cut the material into shapes and dimensions with a premium 1/4 carbide burr.
Most artists use 1/4 carbide burr to carve both hard and soft materials like wood or metal into shapes. You can cut materials into pieces and then start carving a sculptor out of a given material. The sharp blades of 1 4 carbide burr can guarantee you accurate and better carving results.
Engraving includes creating texts or artwork on objects like jewelry, tumblers, and other materials. You engrave names using 1/4 carbide burr bits as it accurately cuts lines on a smooth polished surface.
The premium 1/4 carbide burr comes in multiple shapes. An ideal shape choice can help you do more than just making drills on a material. For example, taper-pointed or tree with a radius 1/4 carbide burr can drill holes in materials.
On the other hand, you can choose the ball-shaped or the oval-shaped 1/4 carbide burr to precisely enlarge holes.
Does 1/4 Carbide Burr Come in Different Shapes?
With 1/4 carbide burr, you can freely choose from various shapes to suit your applications on various materials.
The different shapes include the following:
SA, SB, SC, SD, SE, SF, SG, SH, SJ & SK, SL, SM, SN.
Each of the different shapes listed above has different applications on materials. Choosing a 1/4 die grinder bit set that comprises all of the above can save you time and cost.
Why Should You Have Different Shapes of 1/4 Carbide Burr?
Syndent design 1/4 carbide burrs as high-speed rotating tools. And as rotating cutting tools, they can have unforgiving friction between the material and the carbide burr.
1 4 carbide burr comes in multiple shapes. The ideal shape you choose dictates the exact shape of a cut you can achieve on a given material.
Therefore, the various shapes can serve you differently when doing your industrial jobs. Ensure you choose the correct shape of carbide rotary burr to have a desired finished profile at any time.
Do We Have A Set of 1/4 Carbide Burr?
Manufacturers can design 1/4 carbide burr in the most popular sets to help you manage various tasks on your workpiece. 1 4 carbide burr set can include different shapes that you can choose according to your material application needs. Syndent also has many carbide burr sets 1/8 shank.
Syndent can also provide a set of 1/4 carbide burr with the same or mixed flute styles. You only request a choice set that you feel can satisfy your project needs. Syndent 1/4 carbide burr set comes in 4 pcs, 5 pcs, 8 pcs, 9 pcs and 10 pcs, etc.
When you choose a 1/4 carbide set, you can save time and money buying different tools for every function. The 1/4 carbide burr set serves different industries in the whole world because of its high convenience.
Can You Have Elongated 1/4 Carbide Burr?
Syndent can manufacture 1/4 carbide burr with long shanks for specific purposes. Elongated 1 4 carbide burr helps you grind areas where standard carbide burrs cannot reach.
They have a long shank, hence its name. With this type of 1/4 carbide burr, you can work faster and conveniently, producing accurate results in hard-to-reach areas.
Do Manufacturers Design Customized 1/4 Carbide Burr?
Manufacturers can make 1/4 carbide burr with additional features than the standard ones. Customers may request customized 1 4 carbide burrs to help them meet the demands of their projects.
Customization helps in increasing the performance of the 1/4 carbide burr and for better results. Although with extra features, customized products have the same quality, strength, and sharpness. They cut with the same precision and with the same speed.
Which Power Tools Should You Choose for 1/4 Carbide?
You can fit the 1/4 carbide burr on various high-speed rotary tools like:
- Micro Motors
- Die grinders
- Flexible Shafts
- Dremel Drills
- High-speed Engravers
- Pneumatic rotary tools
Regardless of the high-speed rotary tool you choose for the 1/4 carbide burr, make sure it fits well.
How Should You Fit the 1/4 Carbide Burr to a Rotary Tool?
As mentioned earlier, 1/4 carbide burr can take different power and air tools. The most commonly applied is the die grinder. Assembling the 1/4 shank to a die grinder or any other power/air tool is quite simple.
The 1/4 carbide bur has a shank and the head. The head part is what you use to process various materials. The shank appears long and holds the head. You insert the shank/shaft into a die grinder’s chuck.
You should ensure it fits well with your hand and follow up with a wrench to make it tighter. With a correct fitting, you can carry out material processing with a lot of ease and comfort, producing accurate results.
Which Features Should a Quality 1/4 Carbide Burr Have?
An ideal 1/4 carbide burr should have essential properties to manage any task at hand. This include:
Hard-wearing – The material should have hardy features so that it doesn’t wear out easily. It can provide reliable service when handling specific applications.
High-tensile strength – 1/4 carbide burr is very strong because of the cemented carbide raw material elements. This, therefore, makes it an ideal tool choice to handle specific material demands with intense machining concern.
Magnificent dimensional stability – Carbide raw materials tend to have consistent original dimensions. This suits industries dealing with projects that need high precision.
Versatility– An excellent 1/4 carbide burr should allow you to use it in fulfilling different applications. Also, you should use it on multiple material surfaces without difficulties.
Accuracy – An ideal 1/4 carbide burr should provide high dimensional accuracy. They have a special design with a 0.1mm balanced tolerance.
Excellent weathering ability – The carbide raw material in the 1/4 carbide burr gives it high weathering ability. It offers superior resistance to several environmental as well as weathering elements.
Lightweight – Carbide raw material is lightweight. This gives the 1/4 carbide burr the lightweight ability for enhanced performance because of low operational weight.
What RPM Speed Should You Use With 1/4 Carbide Burr?
The ideal speed for 1 4 carbide bur depends on three major elements:
- The particular material the burr bits
- The die grinder bits head diameter
- The die grinder or any other rotary tool power output
But, 1/4 carbide burr RPM speed should lie between 11,000 and 16,500. Most manufacturers recommend using the highest effective speed.
A recommended high speed allows easy removal of the swarf and minimizes chattering on a workpiece. Eventually, it promotes an enhanced finish with the 1/4 carbide burr.
Which Effective 1 4 Burr bit flute Should You Choose for Soft Materials?
In many cases, non-ferrous metals and soft materials can clog the flutes. They can even clog rotary files and die grinder bits if you don’t choose the right flutes for the job.
In this case, a non-ferrous cut 1/4 carbide burr can make a perfect choice for performance on such materials.
Metals with extreme hardness don’t clog the flutes easily. So you can use the 14 carbide burr with a lot of ease.
Which Cuts Can You Have With 1/4 Carbide Burr?
You can have three popular types of cuts. Namely, single, double and aluminum (aluma). You can apply each cut for different functions and on different materials. They have different flute arrangements therefore they cut materials differently.
Single cut 1/4 carbide burr
Single cut 1/4 carbide burr comprises of single right-handed and up the spiral flute. They have high efficiency in removing heavy stock and leave a finer finish on your piece of work.
You benefit from durable and quality performance. The single cut burr can cut metals such as hard steel, stainless steel, cast iron, copper, silver, etc.
Single cut 1/4 carbide burr removes heavy stock quickly, saving you time and cost. You can use it in deburring, creating long chips, cleaning, grinding and so on.
Aluma Cut 1/4 Carbide Burr
The aluminum (aluma) cut 1/4 carbide burr has single right-handed and spiral upward flutes. This makes it look almost similar to the single cut.
However, the aluma cut has a slightly deeper spacing of the flutes. This makes it ideal to use on soft metals like aluminum, brass and gold. Or materials like wood, plastics, or soft stone.
The deeper flute arrangements enable the aluminum cutter to grind soft materials without easy clogging. As a result, you work faster and increase the tool’s durability.
Soft metals or materials usually cause easy clogging of the flutes. Therefore, you need tools with deeper flutes like the aluma cut.
Double Cut 1/4 Carbide Burr
Double cut 1 4 carbide burr on the other hand has an extra left flute. This brings a difference between the aluma and the single cuts.
The extra left flute allows you to use it in applying a smooth finish. With single and aluminum cuts, you can achieve a smoother finish. But, with a double-cut, you can have the best smooth finish.
Double cut 1/4 carbide burr flute arrangement allows you to create finer ad smaller chips. This can suit medium to light material removal, polishing, fine-finishing, deburring, shaping, etc.
How Much Can a 1/4 Carbide Burr Cost?
You can buy 1/4 carbide burr via different platforms such as Amazon, Lowes, Walmart, home depot, etc. However, Syndent tells you exactly how to buy them at the most competitive costs.
The first element that dictates the price of a quality 1/4 carbide burr includes the material used to manufacture.
Our 1/4 carbide burr features carbide steel as the main raw material. The carbide steel can appear in different grades. Syndent die ginder burr bits made from a relatively higher carbide grade material can cost a bit higher than a lower grade.
The shape or design of the 1/4 carbide burr you buy also have varying prices.
Also, the minimum quantity you order can have a significant influence on the price.
As a way of marketing and command a stronger customer base, manufacturers can offer attractive discounts. The large discounts usually apply on large quantity orders as opposed to small orders.
Another significant factor is the specific distributor you buy the 1 4 carbide burr pieces from. Different manufacturers provide different prices on their burrs. This happens because of a wide range of products as well as the market demand.
The exact delivery destination can also have an impact in determining its cost. A longer distance can incur an extra shipping cost reflected on the overall cost. A local customer can find the cost of an ideal 1/4 carbide burr a bit cheaper. This is because you won’t incur extra charges like freight and customs
Overseas orders usually face additional customs/freight charges which makes the overall cost a bit higher.
Located in China, Syndent manufactures and supplies quality 1/4 carbide burrs. We can easily and safely ship your order to your desired destination. We offer the quickest shipment at a pocket-friendly price as long as you send us an inquiry at any time.
Can 1/4 Carbide Burr Has Surface Coating?
The surface coating treatment applied on any given 1/4 carbide burr depends on the specific application.
Manufacturers can use different surface treatments to suit various applications.
The most popularly applied surface coating treatments include:
- TiALN surface coating
- Titanium surface treatment coating
- Diamond coating
- Blue Titanium coating
Can You Use 1/4 Carbide Burr to Cut Fiberglass?
With the right shape, you can make desired accurate shapes and cuts on a piece of glass material.
Syndent 1/4 carbide burr comes in various sizes, shapes, and cuts. Therefore, our tools can adapt to various tasks appropriately. This means you can make a perfect choice to process your glass as desired.
Other than cutting and shaping, Syndent 1/4 carbide burr can precisely grind, carve, drill, deburr or machine.
Nevertheless, Syndent fiberglass router bit can provide all the required quality performance on the glass. The ideal cutting tool has special flutes designed to fulfill all the demands needed on a piece of glass. You can have accurate results and a very fast speed.
Note that when you use any cutting tool on tempered glass, it easily shutters. For this reason, we suggest that you perform any necessary function before tempering the glass.
Does 1/4 Carbide Burr Apply as Single-Use?
Carbide steel is a highly durable and sharp material. When you apply the 1 4 carbide burr the right way and apply regular maintenance, you can have a long-lasting performance. This implies you can use them more than just once before it wears out.
Some may discard them only after a single application. rotary burr can perform three times more than steel. Besides wear resistance, it can withstand extreme temperatures.
They provide several uses on hard-to-cut materials like hardened steel, cast steel, carbon steel, etc. 1/4 carbide burr can cut materials for quite a long without easily losing their cutting edges. The sharp blades cut materials easily, reducing vibrations or chatters when applied to particular materials.
With such quality features, Syndent 1/4 carbide burr offers more than just a single-use.
Can 1/4 Carbide Burr Cut Stainless Steel?
When you compare stainless steel with carbide, carbide has greater strength. Therefore, when you use 1/4 carbide burr on stainless steel it can process the material very well.
Syndent 1/4 carbide burr has very sharp cutting blades. The sharp blades can grind, deburr, shape, machine, chamfer, polish, clean and drill stainless steel.
Other than using 1/4 carbide burr to process stainless steel, we highly recommend carbide burr for stainless steel. This has the best performance in fulfilling all the demanding tasks on stainless steel. Alternatively, you can try to die grinder bits for stainless steel.
Should You Clean 1/4 Carbide Burr?
For continued excellent performance and durability of the 1/4 carbide burr, it requires you to exercise regular maintenance.
We have various ways you can maintain Syndent 1/4 carbide burr. The most common and easy one includes hand cleaning. With this method, you need to set aside a sink to carry out the job.
You may use a chisel to try and remove tough chunks that stick between the flutes before any other process. After that, wash with clean cold water from a tap to remove the small remains between the flutes.
A soft brush can also remove the debris effectively. Always take when using the brush to remove the dirt from the carbide burr. You should brush off the debris from the 1/4 carbide burr away from you.
After cleaning, dry the component and apply a quality disinfectant agent on it.
For excellent removal of aluminum deposits on the aluma cut burr, use muriatic acid.
When you apply the 1 4 carbide burr on aluminum, it becomes sticky. This can occur in cases where you use extreme speeds.
Before you use muriatic acid, remove the dirt from the flutes with a soft brush or chisel. Then immerse the tool in a solution of concentrated muriatic acid.
The acid fully dissolves the small particles of aluminum debris. However, the acid doesn’t remove other material deposits such as steel, carbide, brass, bronze, etc.
For this case, you need an alternative method. Here, you can use caustic soda, lye solution or sodium hydroxide.
Which Technique Can You Use with 1/4 Carbide Burr?
When you use 1/4 carbide burr, you should work softly and not very hard. This is because it has very sharp carbide flutes that only need soft but steady application.
Avoid the use of excessive force but rather, allow them to work only under your control. When fixed on any rotary tool, the 1 4 carbide burr can rotate at extreme speeds, cutting materials like butter.
You only require the least force to keep the tool under control while you concentrate on the material.
Otherwise, extra effort with the 1/4 carbide burr on a die grinder can result in the flutes chipping.
Because of the flutes chipping, the workpiece grows quite smooth very early, living unsightly marks on the material. Besides, the tool’s lifespan decreases significantly. Eventually, it becomes blunt and unable to perform its work as required.
Does a 1/4 Carbide Burr Have an Ideal Length?
The 1/4 carbide burr length may vary based on the specific needs of your project. This can include the material you work on and the application.
As explained earlier, we have standard as well as customized lengths. We can have extended lengths that can reach 300mm.
An elongated length is essential as it offers greater accessibility and maneuverability with places hard to reach.
Besides 1/4 carbide burr, Syndent manufactures other numerous premium industrial grinding tools. We design solid carbide burr, carbide burr for aluminum, rotary file bit, die grinder bits for metal, etc.
To know more about Syndent 1/4 carbide burr including quotation, contact us.