3/7/2018

Micro Tools Deburr Holes Smaller than 0.1"

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Cogsdill’s Micro Burraway series of tools will deburr both sides of holes ranging in diameter from 0.040" to 0.092".

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Cogsdill has introduced a line of micro deburring tools. The Micro Burraway series of tools will deburr both sides of holes ranging in diameter from 0.040" to 0.092" (1.00 to 2.33 mm).

The deburring tools are designed for applications such as medical parts, automotive parts and electronics, which can require small, precise holes. Materials can include aluminum, steel, stainless steel, titanium and composites. The line features replaceable cartridges that include the arbor and blade in addition to a holder that accommodates all the different cartridges.

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