3/3/2016

Deburring Tool Speeds Work on Cast Iron

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Pferd’s Cast Cut line of high-performance carbide burs are designed for work on cast iron, providing high stock removal rate coupled with a smooth milling action said to reduce vibration and noise.

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Pferd’s Cast Cut line of high-performance carbide burs are designed for work on cast iron, providing high stock removal rate coupled with a smooth milling action said to reduce vibration and noise. According to the company, this tool achieves twice the stock removal rates of conventional double-cut burs thanks to its tooth geometry, which is a benefit for meeting high productivity demands of automotive customers. It is available in five standard SCTI shapes with a shank diameter of ¼".

The tool is optimized for coarse stock removal on all types of black, gray and white cast iron. In addition, with a cutting speed in the 1,500- to 2,500-ft.2/min. range (rotational speed of 12,000 to 20,000 rpm), it provides aggressive cutting action resulting in large chips and good chip removal. Combined with the metal removal rates, this tool saves on energy and cutting time as well as waste.

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