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Getting rid of unwanted burrs after die casting processes, easely.

September 16, 2020
Getting rid of unwanted burrs after die casting processes, easely.

Rough burr cutters are a subset of rotary files that pull material linearly in the same direction as the circular motion of the tool. Unlike other manual deburring tools, rotary cutters help you have great control over work surfaces, and with multiple geometries there is always a suitable shape and size for the job.

The materials available for the manufacture of deburring bits are several and affect their cost and performance. Among the most common are those of high speed steel (HSS), tempered steel, but definitely the best performing are those of tungsten carbide and similar alloys (diamond carbide, nickel titanium, etc.). Once you have chosen the material for the cutter, you must choose the appropriate geometry for the job, material and expected finish.

Not all brands on the market can meet all these characteristics in the same item. Only a few can offer quality, durability, and variety of flutes and geometries to satisfy all the needs of the market.



MRA Carbide Deburring Bits (Muraki Real Advance)

The MRA line of carbide burrs are manufactured with Muraki's complete knowledge of more than 50 years in sintered metals; The wide variety of geometries ensures that you will find one that solves your difficulties. In addition, options in carbide alloys allow for general machining to machining difficult materials like stainless steel and heat resistant alloys, or analysis of specific problems by Muraki experts.

Different families of deburring bits series:

Series CB:Carbide for general machining.
Series AC: designed for cutting aluminum with geometries and edges that reduce or eliminate bloat.
Series HD: Special for cutting stainless steel and difficult materials.

MRA burrs applications:

Cross Cutting: most popular type of geometry with less resistance than spiral cuts, reducing vibration.
Spiral Cutting: type of geometry that allows greater depth and reduces work time. Although it has greater resistance to cutting, it increases speed.. 
Aluminum Cutting: increased gap between cutting edges to prevent bloat, increasing performance and maintaining smooth chip ejection

Geometries and application examples:

We invite you to know more on our website http://yamazen.com.mx, or contact your Yamazen representative for further assistence.

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