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Deburring Blades & Handles

Deburring Blades & Handles

Pick the right blade for your application and attach it to a compatible handle to debur parts by hand.

Blades for Holes & Straight Edges (B)

Blades for Holes & Straight Edges (B)

Remove leftover bits of material and other surface flaws from straight and round edges. The blade has a slight bend before the tip that allows the operator to see the workpiece for accurate application.

Countersink Blades for Hole Edges (C)

Countersink Blades for Hole Edges (C)

Shaped like a countersink, these blades have a single cutting flute that removes leftover material from the inside edges of holes.

Blades for Heavy Deburring of Edges (E)

Blades for Heavy Deburring of Edges (E)

These blades are designed to withstand heavier or more frequent deburring action than blades for holes and straight edges. They remove leftover bits of material and other defects from edges and have a slight bend before the tip for workpiece visibility during use.

Blade Handles

Blade Handles

For a firm grip and operator control when hand deburring, attach a deburring blade to these blade handles. Trade letters listed reflect the blade styles that fit in the handle.