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    Porting burrs

    Any recommendations for source of GOOD long tungsten carbide burrs please?

    Mine are coming to the end of my life and I've a set of heads to finish.

    E bay items that I bought for about £10 each.. Howver e bay stuff have no makers details and you could just as well be buying a .50p Chinese marked up to £10.

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    i buy them from the welding centre in wisbech any good welding equipment supplier should have them
    at least dick turpin had the decency to wear a mask!

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    Garryson or Pferd are the ones I use, not cheap but last. even on stainless steels and duplex. the long reach are much stronger than other alternatives on the market.
    there are specials you can get for aluminium that don't clog but you end up with aching hands as they are super aggressive with low teeth count and can bite real easy and chuck you out of the way (as well as rake along the workpiece and cause damage)

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    i got these and they have lasted well Kev..


    https://www.chronos.ltd.uk/omega-sea...post_type=page


    the grey box ones.
    Medusa + injection = too much torque for the dyno ..https://youtu.be/qg5o0_tJxYM

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    i use msc for many of the cutting tools i use, good industrial quality tools at reasonable price. https://www.mscdirect.co.uk/CGI/INSR...=1356&Ntt=burr

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