DEBURR MASTER

 

Deburr Master   tools are constructed with precision machined, solid tool steel and can be used on machines such as single or multi-spindle drilling machines, lathes, NC machine tools, machining centers as well as hand tools.

 

Each tool is fitted with a replaceable standard blade made of high-speed steel in Double Action (DA).

 

Simply adjust the setscrew in the shank end for desired chamfer based on the hardness of the material and the RPM’s being used. No special skills are required.

 

Deburr Master® tools are available in both inch and metric sizes.

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deburring tool one pass front back both sides

Type A Deburring Tool is available for holes with a diameter of 5/64" to 13/64"  or  2.0mm to 5.0mm

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Type B Deburring Tool is available for holes with a diameter of 7/32" to 1"  or  5.5mm to 25.4mm

Replaceable Blades are available in (DA) double acting for front and back deburring of holes

  

DEBURRING ON CROSS-H0LE

 

When deburring on a cross-hole, special attention must be paid to the relationship of the cross-hole diameter and that of the main bore.

 

The main bore must be at least three times larger than the cross-hole diameter or the hole will be damaged.  If the main bore diameter is 3 to 12 times that of the cross-hole then a blade with a 45 degree angle should be used (available by special order).  A standard blade can be used if the main bore diameter is more than 12 times that of the cross-hole.

cross hole deburring tools

DEBURR MASTER   TOOL SETS

 

DBS-101 (INCH SET) Includes:

1/8, 5/32, 3/16, 7/32 & 1/4 deburring tools

one extra blade for each tool.

 

 

DBS-105 (METRIC SET) includes:

3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 6.0 AND 7.0 deburring tools

and one extra blade for each tool.

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MACHINING ANALYSIS FOR DEBURR MASTER   TOOLS

 

Add dwell time when feeding the tool through the work piece to be deburred. 

The illustration and analysis below are for standard analysis for a high-speed steel cutter.

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machine analysis for deburring tools
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