Diamond burs are a tool used to grind, cut and shape hard materials such as metal or stone. They are available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes to fit different needs. They are used for a wide range of applications including grinding and shaping, filing, and carving hard materials such as stone, metal, glass and ceramics. They can also be used to smooth rough surfaces or remove rust and corrosion.
One of the most popular types of diamond burs are those with metallic binder. These are used for a variety of applications in dentistry and other medical fields. They have a strong metallic coating to protect the diamond from heat and are long lasting. They are more precise than traditional carbide burs and can save time since they can perform the same task in a shorter amount of time. They also tend to be less expensive than traditional carbide burs because they do not need to be replaced as often.
These diamond burs are a great choice for a number of applications, including placing final shape and minor details on dental restorations. They are also ideal for stripping hard materials such as metals, stones, and ceramics. They can be used in place of other rotary tools such as steel or ceramic burs. They are also a great option for cutting through harder crown material such as zirconia or lithium disilicate.
Aside from their use in dentistry, these burs are also commonly used for etching and gilding metals. They can create detailed designs and patterns on metals like gold, silver, bronze or copper to give them a unique look. They can also be used to create intricate patterns on glass and stone. The diamond is very sharp and can be cut through a wide range of material with little effort.
This set of 20 diamond coated burrs includes a mix of round, cylinder and pointed styles. It features a range of grits from coarse to fine to meet all of your carving needs. The 1/8″ shanks will fit Dremel and other rotary tools that accept a 1/8″ shank. These diamond burs are ideal for a range of tasks including shaping, grinding and polishing. They can be used on all types of metals, stones, glass, ceramics and other materials. They are a must-have for any serious carver or hobbyist.
These sintered diamond burs are available in a single-use or multi-use option. Single-use diamond burs are individually packaged and pre-sterilized, making it easy to have a new, sterile bur ready for each patient. The multi-use diamond burs are designed for longevity and allow the user to sterilize them as needed throughout a procedure. They also provide the ability to get more use out of each tool as they are not as prone to dulling as single-use diamond burs. diamond burrs with metallic