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Diamond Point Bur

Carve with precision and efficiency using our Drum Shape Diamond Carving Bur. This bur is designed for removing material quickly and efficiently, making it perfect for shaping and sculpting larger areas.

The drum-shaped diamond bur is a specialized tool used in various industries, including dentistry, jewelry making, and crafting. Its design features a cylindrical, drum-like head coated with industrial-grade diamonds.

This bur is employed in rotary tools such as dental handpieces or rotary machines to precisely grind, carve, or shape hard materials like metals, ceramics, stones, and composites. The drum shape allows for versatile use, particularly on curved or contoured surfaces, making it valuable for intricate work.

In dentistry, these burs are crucial for tasks like preparing teeth for crowns or veneers, adjusting fillings, or removing small amounts of enamel. They come in different sizes and grits, offering varying levels of coarseness for different applications, providing efficient and precise material removal.

  • Efficient Material Removal: Its drum shape allows for quick and efficient material removal, making it ideal for shaping and sculpting larger areas with ease.

  • Smooth Finishes: Despite its aggressive cutting action, this bur produces smooth finishes, reducing the need for extensive sanding or polishing after carving.

  • Versatile Application: The drum shape is versatile and suitable for a wide range of carving tasks, including shaping, sculpting, and detailing on various materials such as wood, metal, stone, and plastics.

  • Longevity: Constructed with high-quality diamond grit, this carving bur maintains its sharpness over extended periods of use, ensuring consistent and reliable performance.

  • Precision: The drum shape allows for precise control and maneuverability, enabling artisans to achieve intricate designs and details with accuracy.

  • Reduced Heat Buildup: The design of the drum shape minimizes heat buildup during carving, preventing potential damage to the material being worked on and prolonging the life of the bur.

Overall, the Drum Shape Diamond Carving Bur provides efficient material removal, smooth finishes, versatility, longevity, precision, and reduced heat buildup, making it an indispensable tool for artisans and craftsmen in various industries.

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Drum Shape

The drum-shaped diamond bur is a specialized tool used in various industries, including dentistry, jewelry making, and crafting. Its design features a cylindrical, drum-like head coated with industrial-grade diamonds.

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Tapered Cylinder Shape

The tapered cylinder end shape diamond bur is a specialized rotary tool with a cylindrical body that gradually tapers or narrows towards the end, creating a cone-like or tapered shape. Here's how this specific shape is beneficial for various tasks

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Diamond Carving Bur

Demo Shape

The diamond bur is a rotary tool used for cutting, grinding, or shaping hard materials. A demo shape diamond bur would likely refer to a diamond bur used specifically for demonstration purposes to showcase its capabilities and various shapes or profiles it can create.In a demonstration, a demo shape diamond bur might be used to illustrate:

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Diamond Carving Bur

Flame Shape

The flame-shaped diamond bur is a specialized rotary tool with a distinct flame or teardrop-like head coated or embedded with diamond particles. This shape offers specific advantages for various precision tasks

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Diamond Carving Bur

Taptered Cylinder Shape

Tapered cylinder flat-end shape diamond burs offer precision, controlled material removal, and the ability to access tight spaces, making them valuable tools for artisans, craftsmen, jewelers, and professionals requiring fine detailing and shaping

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Diamond Carving Bur

Tapered Inverted Shape

The tapered inverted shape diamond bur is a specialized rotary tool with a tapered, pointed head that narrows toward the tip and features an inverted (reversed) cone or pyramid-like shape. making them valuable tools for artisans, craftsmen, jewelers

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Ball Shape

The ball-shaped diamond bur is a specialized rotary tool with a spherical or ball-shaped cutting head coated or embedded with diamond particles. This particular shape is designed for various precision tasks,

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Diamond Carving Bur

Point Shape

The point-shaped diamond bur is a specialized rotary tool with a sharp, conical or pointed head coated or embedded with diamond particles. This shape offers specific advantages for various precision tasks

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Tapered Round Shape

The tapered round-end diamond bur is a specialized rotary tool with a rounded, cylindrical body that gradually tapers or narrows towards the end. Here's how this specific shape can be beneficial for various tasks

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Diamond Carving Bur

Cylinder Flat End Shape

The cylinder flat-end diamond bur is a specialized rotary tool with a cylindrical shape and a flat, square or rectangular end coated or embedded with diamond particles. This shape offers specific advantages for various precision tasks

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Diamond Carving Bur

Bullet Shape

The bullet-shaped diamond carving bur is a specialized rotary tool used for carving, shaping, and detailing hard materials. It features a tapered, bullet-like head that is coated or embedded with diamond particles, offering specific advantages for various applications

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Diamond Carving Bur

Flat Disc Shape

The flat disc-shaped diamond bur is a specialized rotary tool with a flat, circular or disc-shaped head coated or embedded with diamond particles. This shape offers specific advantages for various precision tasks

Lapidary diamond drill bits and diamond burs are essential tools for shaping, grinding, and finishing a wide range of materials with precision. These high-quality, long-wearing tools are made with diamond plated over steel, providing uniform cutting on a variety of materials. They are particularly useful for cutting and shaping brittle materials such as ceramics, glass, and crystal.
Diamond drill bits for glass, tile, steel, jewelry, granite, concrete, and finishing burs dental are just a few examples of the many applications for diamond burs. Electroplated diamond burs and Sintered Diamond burs are used for precise drilling and finishing, and for grinding where material removal is not a concern. diamond burs produce cleaner cuts and a higher polish than carbide burs.
When choosing a diamond burs, it is important to consider its grit. The diamond burs's grit determines the speed and type of polish. diamond burswith finer grits achieve a higher polish and finish, while ddiamond burs with coarser grits are suited for heavy material removal. diamond burs are available in both standard and disposable options. Standard diamond burs are reusable and should be sharpened and sterilized before use in another procedure. Disposable diamond burs are designed for single use and should not be reused in another procedure.
Our diamond burs head forming includes a wide range of shapes, including Electroplated Ball Diamond Bur, Electroplated Bullet Diamond Bur, Electroplated Cylinder Diamond Bur, Electroplated Diamond V-Wheels, Electroplated Flame Diamond Bur, Electroplated Flat Disc Diamond Bur, Electroplated Tapered Cylinder Diamond Bur, Electroplated Tapered Inverted Diamond Bur, Electroplated Tapered Inverted Cone Diamond Bur, Electroplated Tapered Inverted Cylinder Diamond Bur, Electroplated Tapered Rounded Cylinder Diamond Bur, Diamond Donut Burs Bit, Diamond Donut Burs Bit,Diamond Countersink Bits and Electroplated Pointed Diamond Bur. These tools are perfect for lapidary drill bit and other applications where precision and accuracy are essential.

Shapes and applications:

  1. Round (Ball) Bur: These burs have a spherical or round head and are often used for contouring, smoothing, and shaping various materials, including metals, ceramics, and plastics. They are also commonly used in dental procedures.

  2. Cylinder (Wheel) Bur: Cylinder-shaped diamond bur heads are used for flat or linear grinding and shaping tasks. They are suitable for edge bevelling, slotting, and creating flat surfaces.

  3. Conical Bur: Conical burs have a tapered head that allows for precision grinding and detailing. They are commonly used in dentistry for cavity preparation and tooth shaping.

  4. Flame Bur: Flame-shaped burs have a distinctive flame-like head and are used for creating concave surfaces and intricate details in jewelry making and metalworking.

  5. Inverted Cone Bur: These burs have a conical shape with the apex pointed upward, making them suitable for accessing tight spaces and contours. They are often used in dental and jewelry applications.

  6. Tapered Bur: Tapered burs have a gradual taper from the base to the tip, allowing for controlled material removal and detailing. They are used in various applications, including woodworking and metal engraving.

  7. Pear (Oval) Bur: Pear-shaped burs have a rounded head with a pointed end, making them versatile for a range of tasks, including engraving and shaping in jewelry and metalwork.

  8. Cross-Cut (Cross) Bur: Cross-cut burs have multiple diamond-coated edges in a crosshatch pattern. They are known for their efficient cutting and grinding capabilities and are used in a variety of applications.

  9. Diamond Disc Bur: These burs have a flat, circular head with a diamond-coated edge. They are commonly used for cutting, slicing, and grinding tasks.

  10. Needle Bur: Needle-shaped burs have a slender, pointed head and are ideal for fine detailing and precision work in jewelry making and dental procedures.

 

Performance

Diamond point burs are specialized rotary cutting tools used in various industries for precise and efficient material removal. Here's a rundown of their performance:

  1. Material Removal: Diamond point burs are highly efficient in removing materials such as metals, ceramics, glass, composites, and even hard stones. Their diamond-coated heads are incredibly abrasive, allowing for rapid material removal.

  2. Precision Cutting: These burs offer precise cutting and shaping capabilities due to their small size and fine diamond grit. They are used in intricate work where precision is crucial, such as in dental procedures, jewelry making, and delicate crafting.

  3. Durability: Diamond-coated burs are known for their durability. The diamond particles adhered to the bur's surface provide excellent resistance to wear and maintain their cutting ability over time, making them suitable for prolonged use.

  4. Versatility: These burs come in various shapes and sizes, allowing for versatility in their applications. Different shapes—such as cylinders, cones, spheres, or tapered shapes—enable them to perform a wide range of tasks, from grinding and cutting to smoothing and shaping.

  5. Smooth Finishing: Diamond point burs produce smoother finishes compared to some other types of burs. They are used for finishing touches and achieving a polished surface on materials that require high precision and a fine finish.

  6. Heat Dissipation: Their design and the nature of diamond coating allow for better heat dissipation during cutting, reducing the risk of damaging the workpiece due to excessive heat buildup.

  7. Applications: Diamond point burs find applications across diverse industries including dentistry, jewelry making, engraving, aerospace, automotive, electronics, and manufacturing, where precision cutting, shaping, or fine detailing is required.

  8. Ease of Use: They are generally easy to handle and operate with rotary tools, making them accessible for various professionals, craftsmen, and hobbyists.

Their performance in material removal, precision cutting, durability, and versatility makes diamond point burs a valuable tool in industries and applications that demand high-precision and efficient material manipulation.

Application

Diamond point burs, with their precision and versatility, find applications across various industries and fields. Here are some of their primary applications:

  1. Dentistry: In dentistry, diamond point burs are used for various procedures such as cavity preparation, shaping, contouring, and polishing dental materials like enamel, composite resins, and ceramics. They offer precise cutting for dental restorations and prosthetics.

  2. Jewelry Making: Jewelers use diamond point burs for intricate tasks like shaping and detailing precious metals (gold, silver, platinum) and gemstones. These burs help in creating intricate designs, engraving, and finishing jewelry pieces.

  3. Aerospace and Automotive Industries: Diamond point burs are utilized in manufacturing and repair tasks within these industries. They are used for precision cutting, grinding, and shaping of materials like carbon fiber, titanium, aluminum, and other tough alloys used in aerospace and automotive components.

  4. Electronics Manufacturing: In electronics, these burs are employed for precise machining of materials like ceramics, circuit boards, and even silicon wafers in semiconductor manufacturing. They assist in precision cutting and shaping electronic components.

  5. Medical and Surgical Instruments: Diamond point burs are used in the fabrication and repair of medical instruments, including surgical tools and implants. They help in shaping and modifying materials like stainless steel and titanium used in medical devices.

  6. Craftsmanship and Hobbyist Applications: DIY enthusiasts, craftsmen, and hobbyists use diamond point burs for various crafting tasks, such as woodworking, sculpture, model-making, and restoration work. They offer precision in detailed shaping and finishing.

  7. Engraving and Etching: These burs are employed in engraving and etching tasks on materials like glass, stone, and metal. They help in creating intricate designs and patterns with precision.

Diamond point burs' ability to perform fine, intricate, and precise cutting, shaping, and detailing tasks makes them indispensable across multiple industries where precision machining and material manipulation are required. Their versatility and durability allow for a wide range of applications in professional settings as well as for hobbyists and craftsmen.

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FAQ

Q: What is a Diamond Bur?

Diamond bandsaw blades are specialized cutting tools used in various industries for cutting hard and brittle materials such as glass, ceramics, stones, and composites. They feature a continuous loop of industrial-grade diamond particles bonded to a flexible steel band, providing high cutting efficiency and precision.
Q: How do Diamond Burs work?
Diamond Burs work by utilizing the abrasive properties of diamond particles embedded in their surface to grind away material. As the bur rotates at high speed, the diamond particles create precise cuts and smooth finishes on the workpiece, allowing for detailed and accurate shaping or finishing.
Q: What are the advantages of using Diamond Burs?

Diamond Burs offer several advantages over conventional cutting tools, including superior cutting precision, extended tool life, minimal heat generation, reduced vibration, and the ability to achieve intricate designs and fine finishes. They are also versatile and can be used for various applications.

Q: What are Diamond Burs used for?
Diamond Burs are versatile tools commonly used in various industries, including dentistry, jewelry making, woodworking, metalworking, and crafts. They are employed for tasks such as sculpting, deburring, drilling, polishing, and etching intricate details on hard materials.
Q: What types of materials can be worked on with Diamond Burs?
Diamond Burs are suitable for working on a wide range of hard materials, including metals (such as steel, aluminum, and titanium), stones (such as granite, marble, and quartz), glass, ceramics, composites, and hardened plastics. They are particularly effective for tasks that require precision and fine detail work.
Q: What shapes and sizes are available for Diamond Burs?
Diamond Burs come in a wide range of shapes and sizes to accommodate different applications and workpiece requirements. Common shapes include cylindrical, spherical, conical, flame, needle, and wheel, while sizes typically range from extra-fine to coarse grit.
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