Syndent Extended Length Carbide Burrs Manufacturing Expert
- Leading manufacturer of extended length carbide burrs over 11 years.
- 41 sets of advanced CNC machine promise fast delivery
- Brazing with silver material upon USA technology
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Syndent Extended Length Carbide Burrs
Syndent extended length carbide burrs gives you the greatest convenience on areas other common burrs can’t reach.
Within a span of 11 years running, Syndent has furnished worldwide customers with quality extended length carbide burrs.
We deliver to you extended length carbide burrs to help you sufficiently complete all your project demands.
Syndent production process involves advanced CNC equipment in a well-spaced area and more than 40 skilled workers. We can develop and dispatch your order quickly.
Cylinder extended length carbide burrs are ideal for contour finishing, flat surface removal.
Cylinder with end cut extended length carbide burrs are suitable for removal contour and right-angled corners
Cylinder with radius end extended length carbide burrs are suitable for processing contour and arc surface at a certain angle
Ball shape extended length carbide burrs are good for machining round edge and end pre-processing before brazing
Oval shape extended length carbide burrs are suitable for round edge removal
Tree with radius end extended length carbide burrs are perfect for grinding round edge in long and narrow positions
Tree with pointed end extended length carbide burrs are used for machining round arc contour in long and narrow places
Flame shape extended length carbide burrs are good at round edge machining
Cone shape extended length carbide burrs function like a countersink. Suitable for chamfering inner hole
Taper with radius end extended length carbide burrs are widely used for round contour removal in narrow positions, and surface machining
Taper with pointed end extended length carbide burrs are suitable for narrow position deburring and counter surface machining
Inverted cone extended length carbide burrs are suitable for rear-side chamfering from the inner side.
Why Syndent Extended Length Carbide Burrs
Syndent extended length carbide burrs can provide a durable cutting power on all your workpieces. You can efficiently machine different kinds of materials including hardened steel, steel, aluminum, wood, copper, cast iron, etc.
Using our long-lasting extended length carbide burrs, you can easily cut, grind, carve, chamfer, deburr, carve, engrave, polish, etc.
You may apply our extended length carbide burrs in tool making, model engineering, chamfering, cylinder head porting, etc.
Furthermore, you can suitably use in making jewelry, welding, wood carving, metalwork and more. Make your work easier and faster by using Syndent extended length carbide burrs.
Syndent can quickly furnish you with sharp and durable extended length carbide burrs at reasonable cost. We combine well between long longevity and competitive prices for Syndent extended length carbide burrs. Syndent perfectly can manage cost performance worries.
Whether with a stable source or limited budgets, Syndent can comfortably meet your delivery speed needs. We have the ability of doing independent research to develop CNC machine and increase equipment.
This greatly helps us maximize our production capacity when needed, delivering to you extended length carbide burrs. Syndent can promptly manage all your concerns regarding delivery speed.
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Syndent will check the raw material specifications of extended length carbide burrs before production.
Syndent automatically brazes extended length carbide burrs with silver in a low temperature.
We must make the jumping test on extended length carbide burrs after brazing. The tolerance is less than 0.1mm
Syndent examines the shank hardness of extended length carbide burrs after brazing, and tests the bending strength
Solid extended length carbide burrs need a shaping process from the carbide rod materials
Syndent CNC grinds the extended length carbide burrs teeth after the tests approved
Syndent polishes the extended length carbide burrs shaft, and its brazing position
Syndent makes your logo on the extended length carbide burrs, and stick your own label on the case.
Your Best Supplier of Extended Length Carbide Burrs
Syndent sells 90% of extended length carbide burrs and other products to European Countries and the USA. We also regularly take part in many exhibitions. Therefore, we obtain the latest information about numerous models of products quickly.
Also, you can mail us new samples from whichever corner of the world so we customize them. Thus, Syndent can keenly follow the market and develop new extended length carbide burrs for you every month. This helps you remain glued to your clients.
Syndent extended length carbide burrs are wear and corrosive-resistant, last longer, and don’t have any turnaround. We can make extended-length carbide burrs with matching features in response to your requests.
Syndent extended-length carbide burrs guarantee sharpness with a service life that outshines our competitors. We can confidently help you in replacing the most famous brands in the world. As long as you allow us, we can make a surprise for you.
Syndent extended shank burrs consist of sizes and models available on the market. You can freely choose a standard cutter, steel-cut or inox cut, etc. You can also order from us size ranges with head diameters between 0.5mm and 30mm. Whether you want nail, dental or industrial, Syndent can quickly supply.
Apart from extended length carbide burrs, we make more varieties of cutting tools. You can free selection of router burr, carbide burr for steel, carbide burr for aluminum, and more.
Contact us for a quotation of your extended length carbide burrs now!
Extended Length Carbide Burrs – Ultimate FAQ Guide
Are you looking for carbide burrs with extra-large shaft sizes?
Syndent is one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of extended length carbide burrs. With the help of these rotary files, you can grind and deburr long and narrow spaces conveniently.
Let’s move further to know about the types, specifications, and manufacturing process of Syndent extended length carbide burrs.
What Are Extended Length Carbide Burrs?
Syndent manufactures long length carbide burrs to work on spaces that regular burrs cannot reach. These burrs have long shanks.
The shank sizes range from 3 inches (75mm) to 12 inches (300mm). However, the most commonly used size is 6 inches (150mm).
As the length of the shank increases, the burr tends to jump more while machining. But Syndent make a better control on the balance.
Anyhow, Syndent recommends you to work at a slower speed while working with your extended length carbide burrs.
It is also known as long-reach carbide burrs. It is suitable for grinding, deburring, cutting, and milling in difficult areas to reach.
You can use extended length carbide burrs on variable surfaces and with multiple tools. Syndent manufactures long shank burrs with various shapes and cuts.
For your convenience, you can get customized shapes and sizes of your carbide burrs. Syndent’s high-grade tungsten carbide burrs help you attain the best results in whichever industry you work in.
What Is the Manufacturing Process of Extended Length Carbide Burrs?
Syndent manufactures extended length carbide burrs with the best raw material. The quality control team inspects every step of the procedure.
Highly efficient and advanced machines are used to provide you durable carbide burrs. Here are the steps Syndent follows to make the best rotary tools for you.
Raw Material Gathering
Syndent gathers the cobalt–tungsten carbide from state-owned suppliers. The QA/QC team then inspects the high-grade tungsten carbide.
After the approval, the material is then sent to the factory to start the manufacturing process. Syndent uses tungsten carbide for making extended length carbide burrs because of its robust nature.
Tungsten carbide burrs can work on variable surfaces, including hard steel and rock.
The raw flute and shank are joined together by the brazing technique. Brazing means that the base material (shank and flute) is not melted.
A filler material is used, melted, and filled to join both metal parts. Syndent uses silver as the filler material.
Silver is melted and brazed at a very low temperature.
After joining both parts and before attaining the final shape, Syndent performs a balancing test on each extended length carbide burrs.
Long shanks tend to jump more and need a solid balance to work smoothly. Syndent ensures that the tolerance level does not exceed 0.1mm.
After checking the balance of the extended length carbide burrs, Syndent conducts another test that is the bending test. Brittle burrs tend to break as soon as you start working on a hard surface.
To avoid such conditions, Syndent makes tungsten carbide burrs ductile and durable. The burrs are bent to a specific level to check the flexibility and resilience.
The bending test ensures that you can conveniently work on more challenging surfaces without the fear of damage or breakage.
Shaping & Toothing
After testing the balance and durability, the burrs get their shape. Precise grinding takes place to give the carbide burrs their predetermined shape.
The CNC machines grind the extended length carbide burrs and create sharp flutes. The QA/QC team ensures that the flutes have sharp and uniform teeth to provide you smooth and finished results.
To give the extended length carbide burrs a finished and smooth finish, Syndent polishes the shanks, flutes, and brazing points precisely.
In the end, the finished burrs are packed in exceptional cases. Syndent’s logos on the burrs and casing are a sign of high quality and durability.
You can get your company’s customized logos and name on the burrs and casing on demand.
What Are the Uses of Extended Length Carbide Burrs?
Extended length carbide burrs are specifically designed to reach long and narrow spaces. You can utilize these burrs for multiple functions. Like:
Deburring means, remove unwanted material from a surface. To remove undesired metal chunks from a long and narrow surface, extended length carbide burrs are an ideal solution.
Rotary burrs are suitable to shape a de-shaped metal piece. You can conveniently use carbide burrs to shape ferrous and non-ferrous materials.
Grinding a narrow has never been so easy. Syndent’s extended length carbide burrs provide you a smooth grinding experience.
The sharp flute teeth and high rotatory speed help you to perform the grinding quickly and effectively.
Hard steel, ferrous, and non-ferrous materials are easy to grind without the fear of breakage or getting hot.
With the sharp flutes of your extended length carbide burrs, you can conveniently cut any surface into small pieces.
The primary purpose of carbide burrs is to grind or deburr. However, you can cut a surface with your rotary files.
You may not get accurate results as a cutting wheel may provide you, but you can smoothen the edges later on by grinding.
Drilling is another function Syndent’s carbide burrs can perform significantly. Digging into any material, making holes, or enlarging holes is an easy task to do with your extended length carbide burrs.
The extended shank length allows you to dig in farther than a regular shank can do for you. You can attain variable shapes by digging in a material, like make curved corners, work on pointed holes, or arced holes.
It leads to our next question. Let’s read further.
What Are the Various Types of Extended Length Carbide Burrs?
Syndent manufactures extended length carbide burrs in variable sizes and shapes. These shapes allow you to work on various surfaces.
For example, to grind a right-angled corner, have a cylindrical burr with end cut, or work on curved or round edges, you may use a ball-shaped burr.
Let’s find out more about the various shapes and their uses.
Cylinder Shape Extended Length Carbide Burrs
It is an ideal burr to remove unwanted metal chunks from a flat surface. Cylindrical burrs are available with
- End cut
- Radius end
- Flat end
These ends facilitate you to work on multiple surfaces. For example, a cylindrical burr with an end cut can work on a right-angled corner of a flat surface.
Cylinder shape rotary file with a radius end is suitable to work on a flat surface with a round or arced angle corner.
Ball and Oval Shaped Extended Length Carbide Burrs
Machining around curved edges is possible with the help of a ball-shaped or oval-shaped carbide burr.
Giving a smooth finish without destroying the round corners can conveniently be done with the help of these burrs.
These two shapes are ideally used before brazing. The fast-moving round burr gives the surface a smooth finish which you can conveniently treat with a filler material later on.
Tree Shaped Extended Length Carbide Burrs
Long shanks are helpful to reach long and narrow spaces. Tree-shaped burrs are also known for their easy-to-reach property in challenging positions.
There are two types of tree-shaped burrs – pointed end and radius end. Pointed end burrs are suitable for grinding round edges on the corners.
At the same time, radius end files are helpful to contour corners with arc and curves.
Some other valuable shapes Syndent manufactures to suit your need are:
- Cone shape
- Taper shape with a pointed end
- Taper shape with radius end
- Flame shape burr
- Inverted cone shape carbide burr
In Which Tools Can I Use Extended Length Carbide Burrs?
Syndent’s extended length carbide burrs work at a very high speed. Die grinders are the best partner to work along with the high-speed rotary tools.
However, Syndent makes the shank head diameter of a standard size that suits most rotary tools.
Apart from die grinders, the rotary burrs can also effectively work with pneumatic rotary tools, pendant drills, hobby drills, high-speed engravers, and micromotors.
No matter which tools you choose for machining, the most important thing is that you fix your extended length carbide burrs firmly into the collet.
Loose and badly fixed burrs can result in serious injury.
What Is the Importance of Extended Length Carbide Burrs in Sculpture Making?
Sculpture making is a profession as well as a hobby for many. Sculptures are made on various materials like wood, stone, metal, plaster, clay, and many more.
Sometimes sculpting becomes difficult with chisel and hammer. Syndent has made it convenient for artists to create sculptures on hard surfaces.
If you are an artist, you can conveniently carve a wood log into a fine portrait. Variable burrs make it easy for you to chip out the desired piece.
Radius ends, pointed ends, and flat ends make it easy for you to create a required shape on your sculpture.
Syndent’s extended length carbide burrs are an added advantage to your tool kit. It can reach areas that a standard burr cannot grind.
You can reach a deep hole or make a deep cut with the help of a long shank burr. The handy small-sized rotary tools are easy to carry. A sculptor can conveniently have the rotary tool and grind the desired area.
At the same time, the fats moving burrs allow you to complete the sculpture in less time than chipping out with a chisel and hammer.
So, a sculptor can precisely understand the importance of fast-moving rotary tools. They are creating a difference in the field of sculpture making.
What Industries Benefit from Extended Length Carbide Burrs?
There is a vast range of industries that benefit from the extended length carbide burrs. Syndent’s burrs are helpful for professional sectors, but you can use them in your regular household maintenance services.
- Automotive industry
- Jewelry making
- Sculpture making
- Engraving and carving
For Whom Extended Length Carbide Burrs Are Useful?
People who benefit from extended length carbide burrs are:
- Model engineers
- Jewelry makers
- Boiler maker
On What Materials Can I Use Extended Length Carbide Burrs?
Syndent’s extended length carbide burrs facilitate you to work on various surfaces. With one carbide bit, you can grind multiple surfaces.
Ferrous, non-ferrous, soft, hard, any material you can treat with your carbide burr. For example, you can work on:
- Cast iron
- Stainless steel
- Hardened steel
Does High Pressure Accelerate the Milling Process?
Pressure is not the primary factor to grind or deburr. Sharp flute teeth are explicitly designed to give you the desired results without putting pressure.
Especially when it comes to extended length carbide burrs, you do not need to put more pressure. Unnecessary pressure will cause your burr to jump and wobble.
Wobbling may end up in uneven lines and unwanted results. Unwanted pressure can also damage your carbide burr.
A gentle force with firm gripping is all you need to attain the desired results. It is recommended to start your work at a slow speed.
Switch on the die grinder first and then put it on the workpiece. Slowly increase the pace of your die grinder and keep moving the rotating burr.
Forced pressure can result in blunt edges of your carbide burrs, and very slow speed can result in clogged flute teeth.
Where Can I Find the Best Extended Length Carbide Burrs?
For the past 11 years, Syndent is manufacturing top-quality tungsten carbide burrs. We manufacture high-grade extended length carbide burrs in advanced CNC machines.
Syndent provides you ideal carbide burrs at competitive prices as we are one of the leading carbide rotary tools manufacturers in China.
Syndent’s highly qualified and experienced engineers get top-quality raw material to make sharp and durable carbide rotary files.
Syndent has got all the machinery and welding plants from the USA. We use the silver brazing technique that makes your carbide burr solid and reliable.
The whole production process is undertaken under the guidance of the QA/QC team. Syndent’s quality control team inspects the quality, strength, durability, and accuracy of the extended length carbide burrs from raw material to final packaging.
Forty sets of 6-axis CNC machines work simultaneously to provide you on-time deliveries. Syndent offers fast deliveries, competitive prices, and attractive discounts on bulk orders.
Syndent’s customer services team works efficiently 24/7. You can contact us anytime to get your quotation or to get more information.
Do Syndent Supply Extended Length Carbide Burrs to My Country?
The popularity of Syndent’s extended length carbide burrs has spread all over the world. Syndent supplies top-grade carbide burrs to Asia, Europe, America, Australia, and the Middle East.
You can conveniently place your order to whatever country you belong to, and Syndent will provide you the required burrs in time.
We have got trusted and happy customers worldwide.
How to Check the Quality of Extended Length Carbide Burrs?
Syndent values your time and investments. For this reason, here are certain factors you must consider while buying extended length carbide burrs.
These factors will let you know that your burrs are of excellent quality. These are:
High-Grade Raw Material
Raw material plays a vital role in the durability and strength of the carbide burrs. Tungsten carbide is a solid material that makes your carbide burrs tough and durable.
Silver Brazing Technique
The point at which the flute joins the shank is one of the main factors to consider while selecting the best carbide burrs.
Syndent uses silver as the filler material to join both parts. We do not weld the flute but instead uses the brazing technique to make the burrs stronger.
Silver is brazed at a low temperature and filled adequately.
Quality is the main focus of Syndent’s manufacturing procedures. Every step from gathering raw material to final packaging is appropriately checked and examined.
Our experienced and trained staff controls the quality. Syndent’s engineers ensure that the production is according to international standards.
The quality assurance given by the engineers is the guarantee that you are buying high-quality burrs.
Precise Lab Testing
To provide you high-quality extended length carbide burrs, Syndent’s engineers perform professional lab tests on each burr.
The balancing test, bending test, and proper functioning test are conducted to ensure that you are getting the right burr for your industry.
Lab-approved burrs are a sign that you are getting high-grade carbide burrs.
Certifications are another essential factor that tells you that your burr is the best. Syndent has got numerous certificates that show high-quality production.
Fortune 500 trusts and claims that Syndent is the best extended length carbide burrs manufacturer in China.
What Preventions Must Be Taken While Working with the Extended Length Carbide Burrs?
You must always take precautionary measures while working with your extended length carbide burrs. Your safety is our priority. That is why Syndent provides you manual guide with your carbide burrs.
The precautions are:
- While changing or screwing the burr into the collet, ensure that the power supply is not intact.
- The air pressure of your air hose must not exceed 90psi.
- Ensure that your air hose is away from heat or any flammable object.
- Don’t put any sharp object near the air hose and keep the area clean from oil.
- Ensure that every connection is secured.
- Wear ear defenders, goggles, gloves, face shield, and breathing protection (if needed).
- Wear proper boots and clean the area from any slippery material like water or oil.
- Your workpiece and burr in the collet must be tightly clamped.
- It is recommended that you start your rotary tool first and then put the burr on the workpiece.
- While working with extended length carbide burrs, you must begin with a slow speed. Gradually increase the speed as you hold on to the tool correctly (speed guide is provided with your carbide burrs).
- The sharp flute of your burr is enough to attain the desired grinding results. You do not need to put excessive strain on the burr to get the results earlier.
- Avoid working at a very slow pace. It will end up in flute clogging.
- Immediately after grinding, do not touch the burr or the workpiece. With friction, both metals must be very hot.
- Your clothes must be fire-retardant.
- Your workshop or working area must be free from any flammable object.
- After use, unplug your rotary tool.
- Clean the burr after every use and keep it in a safe and dry place.
In How Many Cuts Are Extended Length Carbide Burrs Available?
Syndent manufactures many standard and unique cuts of the extended length carbide burrs. These cuts are helpful in various applications.
The three standard cuts are:
These burrs have a single spiral cut running upwards on the flute. These burrs are ideal for removing larger chips and attaining the grinding results faster.
You can conveniently use single-cut carbide burrs on copper, cast iron, stone, hardened steel, and hardwood.
To remove extra material aggressively from rigid materials, these burrs are an ideal solution. You can use single-cut carbide burrs for cleaning, milling, deburring, and eliminating heavy stock.
Double-cut carbide burrs are ideal for removing more minor chips from hard materials. Small chip removal results in a smoother finish and quick results.
Syndent’s double-cut carbide burrs are ideal to be used on ferrous and non-ferrous materials. You can use double-cut carbide bits for cleaning, polishing, deburring, grinding, smooth finishing, and removing more minor chips.
Syndent’s aluminum-cut carbide burrs are specifically designed to work on aluminum. You can also use them on non-ferrous metals and non-metallic materials.
These burrs remove heavy stock quickly and are ideal for deburring and polishing.
Besides the three standard cuts, Syndent manufactures some special cut extended length carbide burrs. These burrs are ideal for working on specific metals and materials.
The various special cuts are:
- Coarse cut
- Fine single cut
- Foundry cut
- Diamond cut
- Chipbreaker cut
- Fast mill cut
Is There a Special Way to Use Extended Length Carbide Burrs?
There are specific techniques you must follow while working with your extended length carbide burrs. By following these techniques, you can attain the best results.
- A moderate pressure gives you better results and a firm grip.
- Unnecessary stress may cause damage burr and uneven lines on the workpiece.
- Extended length carbide burrs tend to jump more with very high speed or excessive pressure.
- Working at a low rate can result in metal clogging on the flute.
- It is safe to start your rotary tool before putting the burr on the workpiece.
- Keep the burr moving. Grinding at one place for an extended time may result in uneven lines.
- Ensure that the burr in the collet and workpiece on the bench are tightly screwed.
- Try to move along the rotation of your burr to get better results.
- It is better to end in an ‘up’ stroke to get a smooth finish.
- Always choose a smaller in diameter bit than the working space. For example, if the hole size is 1 inch, Syndent recommends you to work with a half-inch or smaller in diameter burr.
How Can I Clean My Extended Length Carbide Burrs?
Metal clogging is a common problem to observe while working with your extended length carbide burrs.
It is not a big deal. You can conveniently remove the clogged metal from your burr by using the following methods.
If your burr has aluminum chunks clogged on the flute, firstly, try to chip out as much material with a stiff brush as possible.
After that, dip the burr in muriatic acid (HCL) for a while. Let the acid do its part. The acid will dissolve the aluminum leaving your burr neat and clean.
Ensure that you dip only the flute into the acid. Dropping the shank may cause damage to the burr.
The second way to clean your burr is to use ultrasonic waves. It is recommended to use if the flute is clogged with steel or material like that.
Run the carbide burr for about 2 minutes in an enzymatic cleaner. After that, rinse the burr with cold water.