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What deburring tool sizes are available?

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Handiburr chamferbit and a de-burrer cutter come in different sizes Once the type of deburrer for the job has been decided, you will need to choose a tool of the correct size. Both the hand-held chamfer bit and the deburring cutter are available in different sizes

Head diameter

Deburring tool head diameter; deburring cutter head diameter A deburring tool’s head diameter refers to the measurement across the widest part of the head. If this measurement is given, it indicates the maximum diameter of hole that particular model can deburr.
Deburring cutter; diameter of cut; deburring tool

Diameter of cut

More commonly, however, the deburring tool’s ‘diameter of cut’ will be listed. This information usually consists of two measurements – the minimum and maximum diameter of cut.

For example, a tool with a 5 -13mm (1364 – 3364) diameter of cut will deburr holes of between 5 and 13mm in diameter.

Angle

Which angle of tool do I choose **** Wikipedia image! Deburring tools can be purchased to give different degrees of angle to the chamfer.
90 degree tool tip produces a 90 degree chamfer hole, this is the nominal size for most countersink de-burring tools ***TB tool all rest Google pics The most commonly used size for tools which produce a deburred chamfer is 90 degrees.
60 degree de-burrer (zero fluted countersink) ****Google image Depending on the manufacturer, there are other angles available for purchase, ranging from 60 up to 140 degrees.

The angles can vary, but all work around this basic principle:

60 degree for centring an item **** Wiki image 60 degrees is used for centring items.
90 degrees for de-burring and chamfering ****Wiki image 90 degrees is for deburring and chamfering.
100 plus degrees for screw and rivet holes *** Wiki image 100 degrees or more is for screw and rivet holes.