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Small Diamond Ball Burrs. Set of 7 Assorted Sizes

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Set of 7 Small Diamond Ball Burrs, 1 of each of the following sizes:

0.8mm, 1.0mm, 1.5mm, 1.8mm, 2.0mm, 2.5mm, 3.0mm

Our popular Small Diamond Ball Burs sometimes referred to as 'Point' burrs are for engraving and carving on all hard materials such as glass, stone, ceramic, porcelain, shell and very hard woods. They have a 2.35mm shank and are suitable to use in a Rotary drill, pendant drill or Micro Motor.

If you would like to order these sizes individually, please click here.

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Description

  • 2.35mm Shank (3/32")
  • For carving, engraving, shaping and texturing
  • For use on all hard materials such as glass, stone, hard wood, ceramics, shell
  • Slow drill speed, not exceeding 12,000rpm
  • Use with plenty of water
  • Use in a hand held drill, hobby drill, pendant motor, micro motor, drill press

If you're looking to carve metal, antler or wood, try our small carbide ball burrs, also on a 2.35mm shank.

Always wear sufficient safety goggles and a face mask and be careful not to exceed a drill speed of 12,000rpm and use with very little to no pressure.

Disclaimer. Using rotary tools near water has never been, to the best of our knowledge, endorsed by any of the rotary tool manufacturers. If you do choose to drill near water or with attachments under water connected to your drill then you do so at your own risk. Please be aware that mixing electricity and water can be very dangerous.

Technical

Diamond grit is precisely electroplated onto a steel shank

Sizes: 0.8mm, 1mm, 1.5mm,1.8mm, 2mm, 2.5mm
Overall length: 45.5 mm
Grit: 240

Size: 3mm
Overall length: 45.5 mm
Grit: 180

Customer Reviews

Versand zu teuer, Bohrer defekt und verbogen
Great quality!! Nice variety to work with!
They do the job, thank you.
Burrs are functional; shape of the shank is more crude than a Dremel.
Excellent
As Above

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