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What are the parts of a hand-held
deburring tool?

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Flutes, tip, handle

Handle

hand-held deburrer handle The handle is the part of the tool that’s gripped by the user when working.

The handle is often made of plastic, with grips for comfort.

Tip

Hand-held deburring tool tip acts as a guide to help centralise the tool A sharp, pointed tip allows the user to find the centre of the machined hole and guides the tool into position, ensuring a neat result.

Flutes

Handle-held deburring tools have three flutes On most models, three flutes are machined into the tip of the tool.

These transport cut material way from the cutting edges, preventing chatter occurring and leaving a chamfered edge.

For more information, see our section: What is chatter?