Manufacturer of Cutting Burr
- More than 11 years of manufacturing experience
- Manufacture your cutting burr in advanced CNC machine
- Pointed supplier of FORTUNE 500 companies
- Strict quality control during every manufacturing process
Syndent Cutting Burr
Syndent cutting burrs are extremely aggressive and have excellent stock removal. Especially in grinding alloy steel, stainless steel(inox), and other nonferrous metals.
Syndent technology persons are well in developing the best joint between life and sharpness for your cutting burr. Our solid carbide cutting burrs have extremely fast cut speed and better performance on hardened metal and steel.
You can use Syndent cutting burr to repair turbofan, and grind cast iron, stainless steel, etc.
During the last 11 years, Syndent shipped huge quantities of cutting burrs to the whole world. You will have a rapid delivery as you wish based on our much experience.
Cylinder cutting burr is ideal for contour finishing, flat surface removal
Cylinder with end cut cutting burr is suitable for removal contour and right-angled corners
Cylinder with radius end cutting burr is suitable for processing contour and arc surface at a certain angle
Ball shape cutting burr is good for machining round edge and end pre-processing before brazing
Oval shape cutting burr is suitable for round edge removal
Tree with pointed end cutting burr is perfect for grinding round edge in long and narrow positions
Tree with radius end cutting burr is used for machining round arc contour in long and narrow places
Flame shape cutting burr is good at round edge machining
Cone shape cutting burr functions like a countersink. Suitable for chamfering inner hole
Taper with radius end cutting burr is widely used for round contour removal in narrow positions, and surface machining
Taper with pointed end cutting burr is suitable for narrow position deburring and counter surface machining
Inverted cone cutting burr is suitable for rear-side chamfering from the inner side.
Why Syndent Cutting Burr
Syndent brazes cutting burrs with silver material. Our brazing equipment is automatic welding. It keeps your carbide cutting burr with maximum concentricity.
Your operation hands will not feel like jumping at all. Cutting burrs were produced by CNC machines. Perfectly designed cutting burr geometry ensures excellent working life.
We have 40 sets of CNC machines. The big output promises you quick delivery. Meanwhile, it helps lower cutting burrs production costs, and saves you a lot of money!
You can request the free cutting burr samples for the quality check before making the official order. Syndent is able to custom design your own cutting burrs. You can send your sample for our copy.
Most of Syndent cutting burrs are exported to Europe and America. We have many distributors and wholesalers in the above area. Our cutting burr quality is warmly welcomed by your local clients.
Syndent will check the raw material specifications of cutting burr before production.
Syndent automatically brazes cutting burr with silver in a low temperature.
Syndent examines the hardness of cutting burr shank after brazing, and tests the bending strength
Syndent polishes the cutting burr shaft, and its brazing position
Syndent makes your logo on the cutting burr, and stick your own label on the case.
Your Best Supplier of Cutting Burr
Syndent cutting burrs are often manufactured with tungsten carbide steel material, and you can use them in various fields, like metalworking, wood carving, glass repairing, etc.
We have been an expert cutting burr manufacturer with 11 year’s experience.
You can choose all the popular shapes of tungsten carbide cutting burrs in our factory. For example, cylinder, ball, oval, tree, flame, taper, cone, etc. Some end users demand cutting burr 1 piece in every shape. Syndent provides you cutting burr set. You can sell burr set to these customers.
Syndent also manufactures left and right-hand spirals. You cannot find request cutting burrs here. Please tell Syndent sales team details by email.
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Cutting Burr: The Complete FAQ Guide
Do you want to be an expert in supplying OEM products, or looking for ways of professionally manufacturing cutting burr?
Whatever information you may be looking for or questions you need answers to, this guide is helpful in making your cutting burr a success.
Learn more as we get started with the guide.
What is a Cutting Burr?
A Cutting Burr is simply a rotating tool that can be used to cut, grind, shape remove any excess material, burrs, or sharp edges.
Sometimes known as a rotary file, cutting burr cuts linearly, hence the alternate, rotary file.
The Cutting burr rotates at an extremely high speed. You handle the specific tasks easily on a material it is designed for.
The burr works on different metal types by deburring, shaping, or enlarging holes.
Many industries have adopted the use of cutting burrs and mostly in engineering and metal fabrication.
What Does Cutting Burr Mean in Metal?
Cutting burrs are essential instruments in a welder’s career as it improves your skills to make your weld presentable and acceptable.
The aesthetic is a top priority on metal and is the reason for using a cutting burr.
You can use the instrument to reach out to tight joints that most abrasives can’t manage.
You can also use them in preparing a surface that you want to weld.
What Tool Can You Use to Remove Burr in a Metal?
In the processing industry, it is an extremely thorny issue to remove burrs in a metalwork effectively especially in high internal holes or cross-hole.
You can use the mechanical deburring method. But this can easily lead to secondary burrs or scratches if the product has a lower hardness.
In manual deburring, a skilled craftsperson removes burrs with the hand and with the aid of special manual deburring equipment.
The manual deburring method is cost-effective and flexible but also time-consuming. Cutting burr is not suitable for industries with large pieces of work.
You can use a cutting burr to remove burrs from your piece of work perfectly.
What are the Purposes of a Cutting Burr?
You can use cutting burr in very many ways and in different specific sectors.
Here are some of the different ways you can use the cutting burr:
Shape Material – You can use the tool to remove unnecessary material on a piece of work to have a desired ideal shape.
Cutting burr is widely used in die-making and mold-making. You can get the desired dimensions and aesthetics of the material or surface.
Grinding – This process requires removing excess or unnecessary material from a given piece of work.
In this case, the cutting burr which rotates faster enables you to cut the material off from the workpiece, leaving you with a smooth, textured surface at the end of the process.
Cutting – You can use the cutting burr when you want to sluice your workpiece to get the desired shape, size, and dimensions.
Deburring – Another crucial use of a cutting burr is to modify your workpiece in a process of removing burrs, sharp edges, or unnecessary material, leaving you with a smooth-edged workpiece.
Hole-enlargement – This process involves increasing a hole in a given workpiece for the desired size and shape.
As seen, cutting burr serves as a multi-purpose tool because it offers a wide range of purposes highlighted above.
To get the best out of this tool, you need to have a specific type of cutting burr to get good results during the process of your workpiece.
What are the Reasons for Investing in a Cutting Burr?
There are several pros that outweigh the cons of investing in a cutting burr.
You should make this tool worthy of your investment because of the following;
- Syndent burr features high-quality tungsten carbide components. We design your rotary cutter to meet the set international standards required for load-bearing.
Our basis is on a strength guarantee, hence minimizing possible risks of breakage.
- Syndent manufactures great cutting burrs in different designs, shapes, and sizes.
Figure 2 designs, sizes, and shapes of cutting burrs
You get a wide selection option when searching for a specific tool that meets your working demands.
- You achieve exceptional dimensional accuracy during the tooling process and get balanced tolerance when working on your workpiece.
- Syndent cutting burr is quite cost-effective to afford. You can use the cutting burr in different applications, especially when bought in larger quantities.
When you are on a tighter budget, you can save a good amount of money.
- Cutting burrs are highly versatile tools that can be used on a variety of given applications for different functions.
- Cutting burrs also provide increased efficiency when used for different tasks as they are precisely sharp.
Can You Use a Cutting Burr to Drill?
You can use a cutting burr to drill and especially in pendant drills or drilling holes on a piece of metal.
Dentists use cutting burrs to drill the teeth of patients in preparation for the teeth refill process.
You can use either a spherical or ball-shaped cutting burr to make concave cuts on a workpiece. You can also shape and make an area hollow.
Small cutting ball burrs with 0.5mm diameter are ideal for intricate carving tasks.
Most metal engravers, woodcarvers, and stone carvers use these cutting burrs in hobby drilling and other projects.
As earlier mentioned, use a cutting burr that runs true on the workpiece.
It should not wobble on your workpiece.
Is There a Wide Variety of Cutting Burr Available?
Yes, you can find cutting burrs in different options to suit your demands.
The most common options include the following:
Figure 3 Varieties of cutting burrs
- Cylinder cutting burr.
- Oval cutting burr
- Flame-shaped cutting burr
- End cut cylinder cutting burr
- Pointed tree cutting burr
- Inverted cone cutting burr
- Extra-long cutting burr
- Diamond cut cutting burr.
- Round tree cutting burr.
- Countersink cutting burr.
- Ball-shaped cutting burr
Can You Use a Cutting Burr to Cut Stones?
Yes, you can use a spherical-shaped ball cutting burr. You can also use most other varieties of cutting burrs to cut, shape, or give the workpiece a smooth finish.
What is the Process of Manufacturing Cutting Burr?
The process of manufacturing cutting burr is quite intensive.
Cutting burr goes through a couple of processes, carefully and precisely to produce a quality product.
Step by step process required in manufacturing a cutting burr include the following;
Assessing Raw Materials
Most cutting burrs are manufactured using tungsten carbide. Tungsten carbide is an equal measurement of both tungsten and carbon composition.
Raw materials have to go through the required quality needs for guaranteed better results.
Material assessment allows only quality materials that meet specified standards for the commencement of the production process.
Brazing involves the process of joining two metals together. The melted filler material flows in the joint.
Brazing is an automatic process involving the use of silver, a brazing compound, applied at absolutely low temperatures.
Balancing is a step that comes after brazing and involves jump testing.
Balancing in manufacturing burr helps in achieving less than 0.1mm tolerance level.
Bending entails scrutinizing the hardness of the cutting burr.
Bending lets you know the strength of the cutting burr to a given degree when bent.
Shaping gives the cutting burr the required shape through grinding.
During this step, the cutting burr teeth can be ground after the approval of the test to attain a variety of flute styles.
Polishing involves smoothening the shank with the aid of abrasive material.
This section includes making the final finishing to the tool before packaging.
Packaging is the final process of manufacturing the cutting burr. The manufacturer customizes the tool by creating a logo and sticking the label to the case.
Which Type of Materials Can Cutting Burrs be Used On?
You can use a cutting burr on a set of different materials. Mostly applying on metals like aluminum, steel, and cast iron.
The list includes the following;
- Cast iron
- Gold, Platinum, and Silver
Note that different cuts of cutting burrs work well on specific materials.
Who Can Use a Cutting Burr?
Mostly, cutting burrs are used by engineers, in tool making, metalwork, jewelry making, welding, wood carving, casting, chamfering, grinding, deburring, sculpting, and cylinder head porting.
You can use cutting burr in metal sculpting, aerospace, dental, metalsmith industries, and automotive.
Which Features Does a Cutting Burr Have?
An ideal cutting burr should have the following quality properties;
- Hard-wearing – High-grade, fine-grain material, perfectly crafted is used in making the cutting burr. Syndent uses this technique to give the cutting burr long life that resists chipping, wear, and breakage.
Hardness ensures reliability when using the tool in different applications.
- High–Tensile Strength – Your burr is designed with strength in mind to suit different applications concerning intense machining.
The shank has high concentricity and increased strength for even teeth preparation.
- Perfect Dimensional Stability – Materials from which this tool is designed to have the ability to maintain original dimensions.
- Versatility – Cutting burrs are highly versatile. You can use them in different applications, giving out the same quality end results.
- Accuracy – Cutting carbide has a high degree of dimensional accuracy. You can attain a balance tolerance of around 0.1mm.
- Quality Weathering Ability – Materials which this tool is made from are of high quality. Your burr can resist several environmental and weather conditions.
- Lightweight – The tool is lightweight. High portability allows you to carry it along anywhere you go. Besides, lightweight nature ensures quality performance.
- Strict Tolerances – The cutting burrs are designed to comply with required international standards. Strict tolerances eliminate possible defects.
What Are the Different Cutting Burr shank Sizes?
Cutting burrs are found in a couple of shank sizes. Different shank sizes enable easy to fit in die grinders, micro motors, and other machines.
The most common shank sizes available include the following;
- 3mm or 1/8
- 6mm or 1/16
- 6mm or ¼
- 35mm or 3/32
What Are the Speeds and Feeds for Cutting Burrs?
The required speed for the burr in a rotary tool depends on the workpiece and contour to be produced. Do not exceed 35, 000 RPM.
Relatively low speeds cause burrs to chip easily. Begin at a slow speed as you gradually increase.
High speeds prevent flutes of the burrs from clogging.
Here are some of the recommended speeds your cutting burr should operate in a rotary tool;
|1.6mm or 1/16-Inch||25,000 – 35,000|
|2.35mm or 3/32-Inch||17,000 – 26,000|
|3mm or 1/8-Inch||17,000 – 26,000|
|6mm or ¼-Inch||11,000 – 16,500|
|12mm or ½-Inch||8,000 – 12,000|
|16m or 5/8-Inch||7,650 – 11,500|
What Are the Manufacturer’s Recommended Speeds and Feeds for the Cutting Burr and Why Shouldn’t I Exceed It?
Speed of the rotary tool used depends highly on;
- Type of workpiece the cutting burr is to work on,
- Cutting burr head diameter and
- The power output of drill, die grinder, and flexible shaft
For better results and performance, check manufacturer recommendations for recommended RPM. Ideally, as earlier mentioned, start at a low speed and gradually increase.
If your cutting burr starts to chip, the speed is quite low and you need to increase.
What is the Price of an Ideal Cutting Burr?
The price of a cutting burr depends on different host variables. The specific material is amongst the top elements.
Most cutting burrs are made from tungsten as the main component. You can find them in a variety of grades.
You will pay more for a cutting burr that has high tungsten grade. Low-quality grade burr is cheap.
Shape or design is another determining factor. A difference in shape or design is priced differently.
The cost of your cutting burr can sometimes be determined by the quantity of items purchased. A supplier can decide to give out discounts if you purchase in large quantities.
Buying in minimum quantities, therefore, means the price has to be slightly higher.
Price can also be determined by particular supplier purchases are made from. Different suppliers provide different pricing.
Production of models and demand in the market has great influence.
Another factor is precision in delivery places.
Short distances tend to be cost-effective compared to longer distances. Total cost covered in shipping charges plays a big role.
Purchasing the tools locally doesn’t incur extra costs like freight or and customs duty applied.
Which Industries Use Cutting Burrs?
Cutting burr is a machining tool that most industries use to make work easier.
Cutting burrs can be used in industries in the following ways;
- Wood carving
- Jewelry making
- Cylinder head porting
- Metalwork and fabrication
- Sculpting and Welding
- Model Engineering
You can use cutting burrs in automotive, dental, aerospace and so much more.
The suitability of cutting burrs depends on a particular industry and applications.
How Can You Determine the Best Quality Cutting Burr?
By physical appearance, you can’t differentiate a high-quality cutting burr from a low-quality one.
Figure 4 Quality Cutting burr
With the factors below, you can pick a quality cutting burr from low-quality ones;
Meticulous design – A superior quality cutting burr carefully goes through the entire manufacturing process. Meeting all set quality industrial standards.
It also features relevant application details.
Strict tolerances – Cutting burrs must be designed with strict adherence to international standards.
By so doing, all possible defects are eliminated, providing a quality product.
Durability – A quality cutting tool is one that withstands several conditions exposed to.
Your tool should have maximum strength. You should be able to tool a wide range of metallic workpieces, maintaining quality results.
High-temperature tolerance – Superior cutting burrs provide top performance. Even when exposed to extremely high temperatures.
This factor is quite helpful for you can use them for a longer time. Even when the conditions are quite hotter.
Why Are Cutting Burrs Manufactured in Different Shapes and how do You Use Them?
Cutting burrs are designed in different shapes to suit different profiles or cuts.
Cutting burrs are designed in different shapes. This means you can fit any angle or hard-to-reach areas for desired results.
Different shapes work differently depending on the application and workpiece. Note that not any shape or kind of cutting burr can work on any type of provided material.
What Kind of Technique Should You Use When Using Your Cutting Burr to make it Last Longer?
For better results when using a cutting burr, avoid using a lot of pressure while cutting. You also give the burr a long life.
When a lot of pressure is applied, the flutes’ cutting edges to chip. You also get premature smoothness, reducing the life expectancy of your cutting burr.
When working with the tool on material, make sure you position it within the cutting area. If the cutting burr remains still for an extended period, you experience clogging. Your cutting burr will not dig and jab into a workpiece.
End result is a rough workpiece with marks easily seen.
Are There Custom-Made Cutting Burrs?
There are custom-made cutting burrs.
We have custom products provided by several manufacturers of cutting burrs. You also get other similar accessories.
Basically, you will find several of such products customized since their design fits specific applications with variations.
Cutting burrs are customized for pieces to meet desired demands. What is required is the design blueprint.
What is the Life Expectancy of an Ideal Cutting Burr?
Several factors determine the life expectancy of your cutting burr.
First, the durability of your tool is highly determined by the design geometry. A cutting burr that is meticulously designed offers efficiency which is a contributing factor in terms of longevity.
Secondly, the usage intensity of the tool plays a role in the influence of your burr. Each pressure exerted in the process of tooling increases the chances of the cutting burr wearing out faster.
The opposite of this ensures the tool lasts longer.
Thirdly is the material the tool was made of. Different materials provide different strengths in terms of longevity.
Another thing that determines the durability of your burr is the diameter.
Tools with smaller diameters tend to wear out easily than bigger diameters with similar conditions at the same time.
Lastly, RPM used when tooling using your cutting burr influences durability greatly.
Using higher RPM makes the tool wear out very fast than when using a lower RPM.
What Type of Material is Cutting Burr Made of?
Tungsten carbide cutting burr has extremely high hardness hence can withstand high demanding tasks compared to high-steel.
Compared to HSS, tungsten carbide is better even at extreme temperatures. Ideally, tungsten carbide can run hotter and still last longer.
What Are the Differences Between Cutting Burr Made of Tungsten and High Strength Steel (HSS)?
Cutting burrs made of tungsten have better hardness compared to HSS, withstanding high-demanding jobs.
When exposed to extreme temperatures, tungsten burrs are efficient, become hotter, and last longer.
Why is Tungsten Cutting Burr Highly Recommended?
Tungsten Cutting burr is highly recommended because of the following;
- High stock removal
- Ideal for deburring, smoothing welds, carving, shaping, and finishing
- Long longevity
- Better performance at extremely high temperatures
- Great for any type of metal
What Are The Different Types of Cuts Applied When Using Cutting Burrs?
We have two types of cuts you can apply; Single cut and double-cut performances.
Single cut– The flute of single cut burrs are right cut spiral. You can use steel, cast iron, brass, copper, or any other ferrous material like aluminum.
Single cut burrs offer quicker stock removal without clogging which is notorious with aluminum.
Figure 5 single cut burr
Double cut – Double cut burr features both right and left-hand cut. You get faster performance with a finer finish, unlike a single cut.
Double cut burrs work perfectly on steel, stainless steel, and metals with extra hardness.
Figure 6 Double cut burrs
What Are the Surface Coating Treatments Available for Cutting Burrs and Which One is the Best?
Different cutting burrs are treated using a variety of surface coatings for increased performance.
Each surface coating treatment is based on a given application. Some of them include the following;
Figure 7 cutting burr surface coatings
- Diamond-like coating
- Titanium coating
- Blue Titanium coating
- TiALN coating
Are There Quality Standards Cutting Burr Should Conform to During the Manufacturing Process?
There are several of them nationally and internationally. Most commonly used ones include:
ISO 9001 – ISO is an internationally used quality standard measure that describes a number of superior management systems as well as processes.
ISO demonstrates the ability of the supplier to produce products that conform to regulatory and clients’ needs.
CE Mark – CE Mark is basically a standard mark of quality. CE Mark ascertains burrs to conform to layout environmental, health, and safety needs.
CE is a common standard mark of quality for cutting burrs and products that enter the EU area.
ASTM – ASTM is a quality standard agency. ASTM develops and executes voluntary control accord for several technical specifications of items and systems.
PMPA – PMPA is a quality standard entity that oversees the production of a wide range of precision tools.
Can an Artwork be Engraved on Cutting Burrs?
Logos, texts, or numbers can be engraved on the cutting burr’s surface material.
You can do it immediately after polishing.
Can You Use Cutting Burrs in Dental?
Cutting burrs can be used by dentists to drill part of the tooth in preparation of making a refill. Dentists call them tungsten cutters for dental.
Are Dental Cutting Burrs Similar to Others?
Dental cutting burrs are the same as other burrs. Dental cutting burrs are specially designed for dental laboratories.
Figure 8 dental cutting burrs
Syndent dental cutting burrs are in different shapes and include functional features like;
- Coarse cut
- Medium cut
- Surgical cutting burrs
What is a Finishing Cutting Burr?
You can use this burr to make the final shape and details on the workpiece. We design them in a variety of shapes for different applications.
Are Cutting Burrs Good to the Environment?
Ideally, we have different materials with varied properties and each has a different effect on the environment.
However, some cutting burrs are made from very eco-friendly materials.
Materials used play a vital role because others are not environment friendly. Syndent cutting burr is made of tungsten carbide. Even though cutting burr is run out, you can separate the carbide head from the shank. You subsequently shatter the head which you reuse for coating abrasive tools.
What Average Lead-Time is Set for the Manufacture of Quality Cutting Burr?
Different elements include;
Standard designs – Relatively faster to manufacture standard cutting burr than customized unit. Standard designs don’t have several procedures like their counterparts.
Customized needs – Complex cutting burrs take a little longer to manufacture because of the design and shapes.
Order quantity – Quantity of pieces or units ordered has a great influence on lead-time. Orders in volumes tend to take longer to be manufactured.
Pending orders – Sometimes your order can be on a pending list of other customers waiting for their fulfilment. Unless you opt for the rush order, you might wait for a long time.
Why is China Considered the Best Country to Source out Cutting Burrs?
China is the best country to source out cutting burrs because of the wide selection.
Cutting burrs are in different sizes, designs, shapes, and patterns. Therefore, you have options to choose what suits your needs.
Any buyer can get any quantity of units because of flexible MOQ, besides, and cost-effectiveness.
Several manufactures in China benefit customers a big deal.
Cutting burr manufacturers in China invest greatly in processes, systems, and equipment.
As a result, great enhancement in production quality gives the tools great efficiency.
How is a Cutting Burr Cleaned?
A Cutting burr is simply cleaned by simply chipping off the elements. You then dip the tool in acid to clear the remaining elements.
How Can You Clean an Aluminum off Your Cutting Burr?
Begin by chipping the aluminum out.
Put the burr in a container filled with muriatic acid. The acid dissolves the aluminum, leaving steel, brazing, carbide, and other metals unharmed.
Are There Extra-Long Cutting Burrs Available in the Market?
Extra-long cutting burrs are available and provide easy maneuvering, accessibility on a particular workpiece.
Where are Extra-Long Shank Cutting Burrs Helpful?
Extra-long shank cutting burrs are used in grinding areas that other standard-size cutting burrs cannot reach.
Should You Run an Extra-Long Cutting Burr at the Same Rate as the Standard Cutting Burr?
The rate is quite different from how the standard cutting burr operates.
Each should be operated at the stipulated rate.
What Are Fluted Cutting Burrs Used For?
Fluted cutting burrs are ideal in finishing facial as well as lingual surfaces. You can use them on soft metals like brass, copper, aluminum, and soft plastics.
How do Cutting Burrs for Wood Look Like or are they the Same as Ordinary Ones?
Cutting burrs used for wood carving are in ball shape or have a taper radius end for easy carve making. Wood carving burrs measure 0.5mm diameter and more, suitable for projects with complex engraving.
Why is Tungsten Cutting Burr so Expensive?
Tungsten is extremely hard, ideal in highly demanding tasks without wearing out. You get long-lasting tools with better performance even in high temperatures.
Can a Diamond Coated Cutting Burr Cut Through Tungsten Carbide Metal?
Yes. You can use it for cutting, shaping, engraving, filing, texturing, and grinding. You can use plastics, stones, and other softer metals including silver, platinum, and gold.
What Are the Safety Measures to Undertake When Using Cutting Burr on Any Workpiece?
- Insert the burr shank well into the collet and clamp it down tightly
- Keep low pressure and the burr on the move with the focus on the highest material
- Secure the work safely on a workbench
- Avoid snagging or jamming the burr into the work
- Put on protective gear especially on the face
Why Are Diamond Cutting Burrs Special for Curving Through any Stone?
Diamond cutting burrs provide medium-light material removal, deburring, fine finish, and cleaning, smooth finish, and creates small chips.
Why Should You Insert the Cutting Burr Shank Well into the Collet and Then Clamped Down Perfectly?
For your safety and better performance of the burr.
What Factors Should You Consider When Looking for the Right Cutting Burr for the Job?
Choosing the right cutting burr depends on;
- Shank size of the cutting burr
- Shape of the cutting burr
- Material hardness, for instance, aluminum and hard steel needs different cutting burr
- Surface finishing requirement
Contact us for reliable cutting burrs and affordable prices.