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12/8/2018

Norton Carbide Burrs Designed for Surface Removal

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Burrs have a hardness of a tungsten carbide substrate and stronger tooth formulation

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Saint-Gobain Abrasives introduces a line of Norton Carbide Burrs designed for surface removal on demanding production runs with less changeovers. The burrs have a hardness of a tungsten carbide substrate and stronger tooth formulation due to a decreased tooth wedge angle and numerous cutting edges.

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