The Rivet Hole Deburring Tool bundle by E-Z Burr includes 5 high performance HSS deburring tools for front and rear cutting.
Sizes: 1/8, 5/32, 3/16, 7/32, & 1/4
E-Z Burr High Speed Steel (HSS) tools are the industry standard for quick, effective and consistent front and rear burr removal. No other HSS deburring tool is this durable. By designing the blade to operate independent from springs and plungers, E-Z Burr has created a deburring tool with a flexible blade and a solid shank for optimum performance for deburring metal or plastic components. In addition, the patented E-Z Burr HSS deburring tool allows you to change chamfer settings, from extreme low to extreme high, and cutting blades without removing it from the holder. Once the desired chamfer is set, it won't change, even from blade to blade. The result is less downtime, more production, and higher profits.
HSS is known for its quality performance at low surface speeds to provide a good surface finish. It can withstand higher temperatures without compromising its hardness, which allows HSS to cut faster than high carbon steel. HSS also typically offers a high abrasion resistance when compared to carbon and other generic tool steels. The inherent toughness of HSS makes it an economical choice for doing batch runs or in a production environment when a reliable, stable performance is required. It is also the best choice when limited spindle RPM or horsepower is available. Unlike carbide, HSS can cut at slower speed and feed rates and therefore it is a great choice for deburring holes when using hand tools.
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