REPLACEABLE BLADES

 

BLADE TYPES

 

Unless otherwise specified, each tool comes standard with a Double Action (DA) high-speed steel blade.

 

DA (Double Action) for deburring both sides of the hole.

BA (Back Action) for deburring only the back of the hole.

 

Tungsten Carbide coated blades available upon request.

DA BLADE                       BA BLADE

 

 

BLADE ASSEMBLY

 

1. Set blade on the pivot pin within the arbor.

2. Place the plunger through the back of the shank.

3. Insert spring through the back of the shank.

4. Tighten the setscrew in the rear-end of the shank but do not compress the spring to its solid condition.

5. The blade will not retract without the spring cushion. Damage to the hole and tool may occur.

BLADE REPLACEMENT

 

1. Loosen the setscrew at the rear of the shank. The blade will drop freely from the arbor.

 

2. Set the new blade on the pivot within the arbor and then tighten the setscrew to the desired adjustment.

Do not compress the spring to its solid condition as the blade will not retract without the spring cushion and

damage to the hole and tool may occur.

For Type A and Type B Tools

#110 For Type C Tools

BLADE REGRINDING

Blades can be reground 4 to 10 regrinds of 0.010" each.  See diagram below.