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Syndent Carbide Rotary File
Syndent carbide rotary file provides you with fast and efficient removal of excess material as well as sharp edges.
We make them solid and durable so that you can use them on various material surfaces with minimal vibrations.
For over a decade, Syndent has and continues to manufacture carbide rotary file with optimal performance.
We have a set of more than 40 6 axis advanced CNC equipment and close to 40 professional employees. This can help us make a fastest dispatch in just a week’s time of your regular order.
Syndent also guarantees you free-return for any complaint regarding our carbide rotary file quality performance.
Cylinder carbide rotary file is ideal for contour finishing, flat surface removal.
Cylinder with end cut carbide rotary file is suitable for removal contour and right-angled corners
Cylinder with radius end carbide rotary file is suitable for processing contour and arc surface at a certain angle
Ball shape carbide rotary file is good for machining round edge and end pre-processing before brazing
Oval shape carbide rotary file is suitable for round edge removal
Tree with radius end carbide rotary file is perfect for grinding round edge in long and narrow positions
Tree with pointed end carbide rotary file is used for machining round arc contour in long and narrow places
Flame shape carbide rotary file is good at round edge machining
Cone shape carbide rotary file functions like a countersink. Suitable for chamfering inner hole
Taper with radius end carbide rotary file is widely used for round contour removal in narrow positions, and surface machining
Taper with pointed end carbide rotary file is suitable for narrow position deburring and counter surface machining
Inverted cone carbide rotary file is suitable for rear-side chamfering from the inner side.
Why Syndent Carbide Rotary File
Syndent carbide rotary file can help you complete various tasks on all metal and non-metal surfaces.
You can easily cut steel, aluminum, cast iron, cast steel, platinum, copper, zinc, silver, cobalt, hard steel, etc.
You can substantially experience good performance on materials like wood, bone, marble, jade, CRP, GRP, ceramic tiles, etc.
On the whole, Syndent carbide rotary file can help you in deburring, cutting, shaping, carving, machining, chamfering, etc.
You can altogether use in tool making, metalwork, model engineering, casting, jewelry making, welding, etc.
In other cases, you can use our carbide rotary file in industries like farming, ship building, power plants, automotive, etc. Our carbide rotary file ensures optimal performance and durability.
Syndent always ensures that you receive quality carbide rotary file that match the product description. Our goal is to make good friendship with you besides doing business.
We desire to achieve the word-of-mouth marketing. For all the years in business, Syndent has treated every business transaction with a lot of sincerity. You’ll always receive what you see and order.
Syndent will check the raw material specifications of carbide rotary file before production.
Syndent automatically brazes carbide rotary file with silver in a low temperature.
We must make the carbide rotary file jumping test after brazing. The tolerance is less than 0.1mm
Syndent examines the hardness of carbide rotary file shank after brazing, and tests the bending strength precisely
Solid carbide rotary file needs a shaping process from the carbide rod materials
Syndent CNC grinds the carbide rotary file teeth after the tests approved
Syndent polishes the carbide rotary file shaft, and its brazing position
Syndent makes your logo on the carbide rotary file, and stick your own label on the case.
Your Best Supplier of Carbide Rotary File
Syndent sells most of the carbide rotary files to the United States and Europe. Also, we regularly participate in most exhibitions.
Based on this, we obtain the latest information on several product models in time. You can as well mail us the latest samples so that we can customize them.
Syndent follows the market trend to develop the latest carbide rotary files every month. We can help you remain glued to your customers.
Syndent carbide rotary file has a unique process requirement. Using our most advanced CNC, our carbide rotary file finished surface shines brighter as stainless steel.
This makes your local sales look easier without making a lot of sales. Conquer your customers with Syndent great carbide rotary file.
Our 11 years’ experience allows us to find a logistics method that suits you. This can assist you in enjoying the most economical logistics cost.
You only concentrate on local marketing and promotion. Before transporting Syndent carbide rotary file, we can help you in monitoring the entire transportation process.
Syndent excels in offering various convenient payment options which you can easily choose from. We offer banks, TT, Western Union, L/C, PayPal, MoneyGram, and more. Syndent always meets your payment method needs.
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Carbide Rotary File – The Ultimate FAQ Guide
Welcome to the FAQ page of the carbide rotary file. Syndent manufactures high-grade rotary files to make grinding easier for you.
In this write-up, you will get answers to all your questions regarding rotary tools. Read further to know more about their types, shapes, specifications, and advantages.
Let’s get started.
What Is a Carbide Rotary File?
Carbide rotary file is a high-speed power tool. It is used to grind, mill, deburr, and clear the surface for polishing.
You can use your carbide burrs on numerous metals and materials. Syndent uses cobalt–tungsten carbide to manufacture high-grade carbide rotary files.
Syndent carbide rotary files are available in variable shapes and sizes. You can also get custom-made rotary file sets on demand.
The tin-coated flutes of Syndent rotary bits are anti-corrosive. Moreover, these burrs are heat-resistant.
You can enjoy excessive grinding without the fear of rust and damage.
How Does Syndent Manufacture Durable Carbide Rotary Files?
Syndent uses high-grade tungsten carbide to manufacture strong and durable carbide rotary files.
Tungsten along with fine carbon particles makes a strong chemical compound that is helpful in the making of rotary burrs.
Syndent has 40 sets of advanced 6-axis CNC machines. Your carbide rotary files are manufactured in these up-to-date machines.
The raw material Syndent utilizes is obtained from state-owned authentic tungsten carbide suppliers.
The QA/QC team at Syndent verifies the quality of the raw material before the manufacturing process starts.
Shaft & Flute Brazing
After getting the high-grade raw material the raw shaft and flute are joined together by the brazing technique.
Brazing is a process in which a melted material is used to join the two metals. Unlike welding and soldering, silver is used as a brazing material to fill in and join the two parts.
After joining the two parts, Syndent works on the accuracy of the carbide rotary files. One of these tests is balancing, and bending is the other.
In the balancing test, Syndent checks the tolerance of the burrs. It is because of this test that the rotary files are able to facilitate you with vibration-free grinding.
After the balancing test, experienced technicians conduct the bending test on your rotary carbide files.
The purpose of the bending test is to check the flexibility of the shaft. Syndent precisely inspects the ductility so that the carbide rotary files can resist the pressure while working against hard materials.
The next step Syndent follows is to give the flute its required shape and cut. Advanced CNC machines are used to shape the flute in a predetermined shape.
After giving the flute a precise shape it is further treated to make sharp cuts on it. Syndent provides you with variable standards and unique cuts.
The sharp cuts speed up your grinding process.
In the end, the carbide rotary files are adequately polished. You can get customized artwork on your rotary files (on demand).
The smooth and finely finished burrs are then packed to be dispatched. Get ready to receive your consignment!
The precise manufacturing process under the guidance of quality control inspectors guarantees high-quality rotary files.
How Is Carbide Rotary File Beneficial in Grinding?
Carbide rotary files are very useful in the grinding process. You can get the desired results in less time while working with Syndent’s rotary bits.
The main reason behind the adequate grinding is the durability and reliability of Syndent’s rotary files.
The other reasons that influence the grinding process are:
Syndent manufactures carbide rotary files in a wide range. The variety in the sizes allows you to grind wide areas as well as small and narrow spaces.
The sharp flute teeth grind quickly no matter what size you choose.
Cylindrical, ball-shaped, round, tapered, you name it and Syndent will provide you with all the possible shaped burrs.
Each shape is suitable for specific purposes. You can enlarge holes, treat right angles, and contour round edges conveniently with Syndent’s grinding tools.
With Reference to Cuts
The grinding becomes easier when we talk about the various flute cuts that Syndent manufactures.
There are three standard cuts – aluminum, single, and double-cut. Other than these three you can use burrs with unique flute cuts.
The sharp teeth remove the excessive material from the surface conveniently, giving a smooth finish to your workpiece.
Some flute cuts like double-cut flutes give finer grinding as compared to single-cut flutes. On the other hand, if you want to remove unwanted metal quickly from the workpiece, use single cut or aluminum cut carbide rotary files.
Can I Drill in Hard Metals with Carbide Rotary File?
Yes, you can!
It is not recommended though.
Syndent’s carbide rotary files are not made for drilling. The main purpose of the carbide rotary file is to grind, deburr, shape, or enlarge holes.
Drilling machines and die grinders work on different RPMs. The collet sizes and bit sizes differ in both rotary tools.
Usually carbide rotary files are small in size and are not suitable for a drilling machine.
The small burrs might shatter into pieces due to the incompatibility with the tool.
Moreover, die grinders are high-speed rotary tools. On the other hand drilling machines work at the comparatively slower speed.
So, the incompatibility in speed might damage the burrs and their working efficiency.
However, the strong tungsten cutting burrs may help you to drill through numerous materials, in time of need.
How Many Types of Material Can I Deburr with Carbide Rotary File?
Syndent’s rotary files are versatile in nature. You can use them on several metals and materials.
Besides versatility, Syndent’s durable and strong burrs are available in variable cuts. Each cut is beneficial for different materials.
For example, for machining aluminum and plastic you can choose aluminum cut carbide rotary files. For hard metal and stainless steel you can use single and double-cut rotary files.
So, here is the list of metals and materials you can mill with carbide rotary files.
- Stainless steel
- Nimonic alloy
- Cast iron
Which Carbide Rotary File Is Suitable for Machining Round Edges?
Syndent manufactures rotary file bits to suit variable corners and edges. Some burrs are ideal for flat surfaces and right angles, whereas, others are suitable for round edges.
The burrs that you can purchase for milling round edges are:
- Ball shaped
- Oval shaped
- Tree with pointed end
- Flame shaped
These are the sharp rotary files that are made with K25 material. You can get it coated with TiN, TiCN, TiAlN, and LTE.
These are the ideal rotary files for machining round edges.
Oval-shaped carbide rotary files are an adequate solution for round edge removal. You can get these burrs in variable shank sizes.
Syndent manufactures burrs in three standard shank diameters – 3mm, 6mm, and 9mm (1/8”, ¼”, and ½”)
Tree with Pointed End
These burrs are also suitable for machining round edges, but the difference is that they can reach long and narrow positions.
Another flute shape for machining round edges and corners is the flame-shaped rotary burr. These burrs are available in variable sizes and flute cuts.
Get your rotary file set right now to avail the benefits of variable-shaped carbide rotary burrs.
Can I Get a Customized Carbide Rotary File?
Yes, why not?
Syndent welcomes your suggestions and demands regarding the shape and size of rotary files. You can show us the samples or reveal your demands verbally and Syndent’s highly qualified engineers will provide you with the best carbide rotary files.
Whether the customization is related to sizes, flute shape, cuts, or shaft diameter, you can get all the custom solutions.
You can also customize the length of the shafts. For example, Syndent manufactures long shank carbide burrs to deburr hard-to-reach areas.
You can also customize your order by engraving your brand’s name on the shafts. Or, print the brand name and contact details on the packaging.
Syndent’s happy customers worldwide get customized solid carbide burrs. Give us your demands, Syndent’s experienced engineers and technicians will provide you the appropriate solution according to your industry.
Place an order now and boost your business.
What Is the Difference Between Single and Double Cut Carbide Rotary File?
Among the three standard flute cuts, two are single and double-cut flutes. Both the cuts are suitable of variable purposes.
Let’s see, what are the differences between the two flute cuts?
Single Cut Flutes
- These flutes have sharp cuts, parallel to each other, only in one direction.
- Single-cut flutes are suitable to remove material quickly.
- They are helpful in speedy grinding and machining as they remove large metal chunks.
- These burrs are ideal for machining materials containing iron.
Double-Cut Carbide Rotary Files
- Double-cut (as the name suggests) have double-sided flute cuts intersecting each other on the flute.
- These are also known as diamond-cut or cross-cut burrs.
- These burrs remove smaller chips with greater speed.
- You may get a finer finish with double-cut carbide rotary files.
- You tend to grip the grinder firmly while working with double-cut flutes.
- The sharp double-sided teeth cut the hard materials conveniently causing less vibration and kick-back actions.
- These burrs are ideal to grind hard metals and materials.
How Durable Are Syndent’s Carbide Rotary Files?
Syndent’s rotary files are made with high-grade tungsten carbide. The strength of tungsten carbide makes the cutting burrs durable and reliable.
Due to the strong raw material, Syndent’s carbide rotary files enjoy 30% longer life span as compared to HSS burrs.
Moreover, the tungsten carbide rotary burrs work 4 – 7 times faster than HSS files. The sharp flutes give you the desired results in no time.
The ductility of the raw material allows you to deburr hard metals and materials without wearing them out.
The unique K25 material used to make flutes ensures that the flute doesn’t get blunt. The hard and durable flutes are designed specifically to maintain their teeth and sharpness.
However, it is very important to use your rotary files with care. You can increase the life of your carbide rotary files by:
- Following the recommended speed
- Maintaining an adequate pressure
- Cleaning thoroughly
- Storing in a specific packaging
- Working in the recommended direction
How to Choose the Right Carbide Rotary Files for Different Positions of the Workpiece?
It is very important to understand which burr you need to machine a specific area. For example, you may come across flat surfaces, round edges, narrow holes, or right angles.
Syndent facilitates you with exemplary flute shapes and sizes to cope with all situations.
Let’s find out which shape is ideal for what purpose.
To machine flat surfaces Syndent provides you with cylinder-shaped carbide rotary files. These burrs are ideal to clean excessive material from flat surfaces.
Cylinder-shaped carbide rotary files are further available in two end styles – flat end and end cuts.
Cylinder-shaped carbide rotary files that have flat ends are ideal to work in flat places where you do not need to work on corners or perpendicular spaces.
Whereas in spaces where you need to grind the perpendicular surfaces you need to have a cylinder-shaped burr with end cut. Read more!
Flat Surfaces with Right Angles
Sometimes you come across spaces with right angles. Grinding such areas has never been so easy before Syndent’s cylinder-shaped carbide files with end cut.
The sharp teeth on the end of the cylinder help to mill both sides of the angle without damaging the corner.
Flat Surfaces with Curved Corners
If you are working on a flat surface that has a round or arced corner, how will you grind it?
The flat ends of your burr will damage the roundness and will make indecent lines on the surface.
To deal with such situations, Syndent presents the high-grade cylinder-shaped carbide rotary files with a radius end.
The round edge of the burr fits in the round corner of your workpiece, hence providing you with the desired results.
What if your workpiece possesses round edges?
How will you machine the rounded ends without causing damage?
Syndent manufactures multiple carbide rotary files for milling different round edges. For example:
- Ball-shaped burrs to mill round edges
- Oval shaped rotary files for removing round edges
- Flame shaped carbide rotary files for machining arced edges
However, if you have round edges on a long and narrow surface, read further to know about the appropriate burrs for such spaces.
Long and Narrow Positions
To contour the round edges in a long and narrow surface you can have multiple burrs. Such as:
- Tree-shaped burr with a pointed end
- Tree-shaped rotary file with a radius end
- Tapered burr with a radius end
- Tapered carbide rotary file with a pointed end
Sometimes you need to work on holes. To chamfer, the inner side of the hole Syndent manufactures cone-shaped carbide rotary files.
Inverted cone-shaped carbide rotary files are suitable for rear side chamfering of the hole.
Why Does Aluminum Clog on Carbide Rotary File?
There are three reasons for metal clogging on the rotary files. These are:
- Heat caused by friction
- Prolonged grinding on one place
- Working at a slow speed
Heat Caused by Friction
When you work on an aluminum workpiece, small metal chunks chip out from the surface.
The heat caused by the contact of high-speed carbide rotary file with the metal surface melts the small chipped-out aluminum chunks.
This melted aluminum clogs in between the flute teeth. Clogging causes inefficiency in the burr to cut and deburr.
Besides aluminum, soft materials, that melt due to the heat caused by friction, clog on the flutes, for example, plastic and PVC.
Prolonged Grinding on One Place
Another factor that causes clogging is if you do not keep the burr moving on your workpiece.
If you keep the burr still, in one place, for a prolonged time it may cause the metal to clog on your carbide rotary file.
It is recommended that you keep your burrs moving. The rotary files like carbide burr for aluminum are specifically designed to mill aluminum.
It would be best if you keep the instructions in mind while working on aluminum. A constant moving burr gives you smooth and fine finishing, leaving the surface smoother.
Working at a Slow Speed
If you work at a very slow speed it may also end up in metal clogging. It would be best if you work according to the recommended speed by the manufacturer (Syndent).
However, if, due to any reason, you find your carbide rotary file clogged, (don’t worry) you can clean it.
Read further to learn the ways to clean your clogged carbide rotary file.
How to Clean the Clogged Carbide Rotary File?
There are several ways to clean the clogged rotary file. You can ad0pt the one that suits you.
- Use acid
- Used caustic soda
- Mill the burr on a hard surface
- Use lubricants
- Use a wire brush
- Burn the clogged wood dust
Use Acid or Caustic Soda
Acid (HCL) or caustic soda (choose one) is an ideal solution to unclog your carbide rotary files. Soak your clogged burr in the muriatic acid/caustic soda for 10 minutes.
Rub the flute with a hard brush to remove the clogged metal. If needed, soak for another 10 minutes.
Syndent manufactures carbide rotary files in a specific way that the flute remains safe from the acid. However, avoid acid contact with the shaft.
Mill the Burr on a Hard Surface
Sometimes when your burr is not immensely clogged, you can unclog it by milling it on a hard surface. In this way, all the clogged material chips off the burr leaving it neat and clean.
Some lubricants work amazingly to avoid clogging. Unclogging a lubricated carbide rotary file is easier than a dry burr.
To apply a fine amount of lubricant on your burr before grinding and enjoy easy unclogging.
Use a Wire Brush
Sometimes all your need is a wire brush. Rub it off against the rotary file. Your router bit is clean.
Burn the Clogged Wood Dust
If your burr is clogged with wood dust, you can burn the dust off. Use a small burner to unclog the burr.
Or, sometimes scrap removing liquids also do better in removing the wood particles.
How to Use Carbide Rotary File to Have a Longer Tool Life?
Besides the fact that Syndent manufactures carbide rotary files with high-grade raw material, there are specific techniques that can make the life of your carbide rotary files even longer.
These techniques are:
- Ensure that the burr keeps moving while machining on a specific surface. Milling in one place for a long may destroy the workpiece and also cause damage to the rotary file.
- Apply moderate pressure on the rotary file. Too much pressure may cause damage to the flute teeth.
- Speed is another important factor that determines the life span of your carbide rotary files. Always work at the recommended speed.
- After every use, clean your burr thoroughly and store it in a dry and safe container.
- It would be best if you use your carbide rotary file in the direction of the rotation. It not only gives you fine results but also prevents you from kickback actions.
- To increase the life span of your rotary files, always use them incompatible tools. For example, using carbide rotary files in drilling machines may end up in broken files.
Why Some Carbide Rotary Files Have Long Shafts?
You might have seen Syndent’s long shaft carbide rotary file. It is a state-of-the-art burr that has made grinding easy in hard-to-reach areas.
For example, what if you work in an automotive company and you need to deburr a component that is installed deep down?
You cannot always remove the component, sometimes you have to fix the problem in an intact position.
For such situations, Syndent provides you with long shank carbide rotary files. These burrs have longer shanks than standard carbide rotary files.
You can conveniently reach the areas which are not possible to mill with standard bits.
Besides the long shank burrs that Syndent provides you, you can also get custom-sized shanks.
According to your industry’s demand, Syndent’s engineers can manufacture the ideal solution.
Note: The working speed differs in long shank carbide burrs from a standard one.
Does Syndent’s Carbide Rotary File Rotate Smoothly?
Syndent’s engineers ensure the accurate balance of your carbide rotary files at the time of production.
The reason behind conducting the balancing test on each burr is that you get a smooth rotation while machining.
Apart from the accuracy, there are other factors that affect the smooth rotation. Such as:
- If your burr is not tightly screwed in the collet it might cause vibration.
- Conventional cutting may also result in kickback actions.
- To avoid a sudden jerk, start the carbide rotary file firstly and then put the burr on the workpiece. In comparison, if you do it the other way, get ready to handle the bounce.
- Moderate pressure and adequate speed also help in the smooth running of the rotary file.
- Most importantly, never work with damaged burr. It not only causes vibration but may also cause severe injuries.
Who Benefit from Carbide Rotary Files?
There are numerous industries that benefit from Syndent’s carbide rotary files. These are:
- Jewelry making
The workers who may show their skills with the help of Syndent’s carbide rotary files are:
Besides commercial use, you can also use your rotary files in minor domestic repair. For example:
- To grind a wooden log in the cabinet
- To fix a metal plate coming out of the door lock
- To machine your bicycle chain
- To repair the PVC door
- To deburr an aluminum window, etc
There are hundreds of benefits you can get from Syndent’s carbide rotary files. The small handy tool is easy-to-use and reliable.
So, contact our customer services team now and get your quotation right away.
Can I Make Sculptures with Carbide Rotary Files?
Yes, why not?
Syndent carbide rotary files are an ideal solution to show your creativity. You can conveniently work with these durable and versatile rotary files to carve a sculpture.
Whether it is a metal, wooden, or plaster sculpture, Syndent’s rotary tools are capable of machining every material.
The reasons behind the popularity of Syndent carbide rotary files in the sculpture-making industry are:
- The small handy pneumatic shafts make the carving easy.
- You can conveniently engrave a surface with excellent gripping.
- Rotary tools do not have a complicated system. These easy-to-handle tools show the carving results immediately.
- You can complete your work in no time – thanks to the high-speed rotary tools.
- Syndent manufactures carbide rotary burrs in various sizes and shapes. However, each burr is versatile and durable. You can use one burr for multiple purposes.
- Similarly, you can use each burr in numerous applications. You do not need to purchase 5 different burrs to perform five different tasks. For example, you can make a sculpture from clay, plaster, or wood with one burr, i.e., carbide rotary burr for wood.
See and enjoy sculpture making with carbide rotary files.
Where in China Can I Find the Best Carbide Rotary Files?
In Jiangsu, China, you may find Syndent – carbide rotary files manufacturer and supplier. Syndent is serving the world with high-grade power tools for the past 11 years.
Top-quality raw material, highly qualified engineers, experienced staff, and advanced machinery collectively create unmatchable carbide rotary files.
The untiring efforts of Syndent’s R&D team along with QA/QC team results in the production of world-class rotary bits.
The efficient customer services team provides you with all the information you want. We are available 24/7 to answer your queries.
Syndent provides you with a sample before order confirmation and you can trust Syndent for dropping similar burrs at your facility.
Syndent also facilitates you with custom-made carbide rotary files. Wholesalers, retailers, and contractors from all over the world trust Syndent.
Syndent has got more than 100 stable clients globally. We are also trusted and approved by Fortune 500.
Your investments are safe with Syndent. We provide you with high-grade products at competitive prices.
Moreover, our regular customers enjoy discounted rates on bulk orders. Syndent quickly delivers your consignments to your facility on time.
So, what are you waiting for?
Beat the fear, Syndent is always at your back to support you!
Does Syndent Provide After-Sales Services for Carbide Rotary Files?
Yes, Syndent values your investments.
For this reason, if, your carbide rotary file does not work the way we explained, Syndent will immediately replace it with a similar rotary file.
Believe that Syndent is always here to compensate for the damages!