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Diamond FG Dental Burrs Set (Pack of 6)


Set of 6 different burrs

  • Cone, 1.6mm diameter, coarse grit
  • Ball, 2.3mm diameter, medium grit
  • Flame, 1.6mm diameter, extra fine grit
  • Pear, 2.1mm diameter, fine grit
  • Inverted Cone, 1.6mm diameter, medium grit
  • Oblate Spheroid, 4.2mm diameter, medium grit

These high speed Diamond Dental Burrs with a 1.6mm (1/16") shank are of the highest quality and will sculpt, carve, pre-polish, and engrave mediums such as glass, stone, egg shell, ceramic, porcelain, shell and very hard wood. Use in your micro motor, pendant drill or hand held hobby drill. By using an adaptor in your drill you can convert the shank from 2.35mm to 1.6mm in order to be able to use these small FG burs in your drill.

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Diamond grit is precisely electroplated onto a 1.6mm steel shank

Shape: Cone

  • Overall length: 20mm
  • Grit: Coarse (100#)
  • Diameter: 1.6mm
  • Shank: 1.6mm

Shape: Oblate Spheroid

  • Overall length: 18mm
  • Grit: Medium (140-170#)
  • Diameter: 4.2mm
  • Shank: 1.6mm

Shape: Flame

  • Overall length: 20mm
  • Grit: Extra Fine (600#)
  • Diameter: 1.6mm
  • Shank: 1.6mm

Shape: Ball

  • Overall length: 20 mm
  • Grit: Medium (140-170#)
  • Diameter: 2.0mm
  • Shank: 1.6mm

Shape: Pear

  • Overall length: 19mm
  • Grit: Fine (325#)
  • Diameter: 2.1mm
  • Shank: 1.6mm

Shape: Inverted Cone

  • Overall length: 19mm
  • Grit: Medium (140-170#)
  • Diameter: 1.6mm
  • Shank: 1.6mm

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After using Diamond bit to start the engraving picture. What would be the next step in making the engraving brighter. After I get done with the Engraving picture on the glass it doesn't look like you can see it at all. I'm wanting to brighten up some of the picture not all of it but some of it to make the object stand out better.

James Carter

Hi James, 

If up to now you've only used diamond burrs, you may want to invest in some silicone and rubber polishers. These add shade and depth to your engravings.  This beginners kit we offer has all the bits to help you start off:

And these articles we wrote may also help: (this one will be most helpful for you)

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