Diamond Sintered Burrs Bullet
- 5mm diameter
- 100 grit
- 2.35mm Shank
These Bullet shaped Diamond Sintered Burrs with a 2.35mm shank are perfect for engraving, carving and sculpting in glass, stone, ceramics and hard wood, plus grinding work in Lapidary and jewellery.
Due to the diamonds being sintered they are extremely durable. In order to get the best from our Bullet shaped Diamond Sintered Burs, please ensure to maintain their efficiency by occasionally cleaning the sintered burs with a dressing stone or aluminium oxide stick, use with water, let the drill do the work and apply very little pressure.
If you require smaller sizes, finer or coarser grits please contact us.
The same safety precautions and guidelines for our Diamond Drill Bits should also be applied for our Diamond Sintered Burs - masks, goggles and long sleeve tops to protect your arms from any flying bits of debris.
You might also like to read our article: 12 Things you Should Know About Diamond Drill Bits This article explains the term 'sintered' and informs the user of which diamond bit to use and how to use them.
- Shape: Bullet
- Diameter: 5mm
- Height 13mm
- Grit: 100
- Overall length: 48mm
- Shank: 2.35mm
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Hi, firstly thank you so much for all the helpful information I have found on your website! Before I buy, I'd just like to check that I have found the right thing. I make glass beads (COE104) on 4mm mandrels, and want to drill them to increase the size to take a 5mm outside diameter silver tube for coring. I will be using a dremel drill on a stand to do this. It's important to keep the hole absolutely central - is this the right thing for me to do that? I thought the pointy shape would help with centring the bead for drilling. Thanks so much. Emma
Hi Emma, thanks for your kind words, we aim to make the product information as helpful as we can.
Ordinarily, we suggest a bottle neck diamond core drill to drill a hole with a Dremel, however from your description it sounds as though you wish to enlarge a hole rather than create one and therefore, the sintered bullet burr will be ideal. You are correct in thinking that the pointed end will be helpful for this. You will also need an aluminium oxide stick to dress and clean the burr. If you have any more questions please contact us, we're happy to help.