WORKSHOP: Cutting edge deburring tools

THERE are many ways to cut metal these days, including laser profiling, but most produce burrs or sharp edges in varying degrees. It is always good practice to remove burrs off anything you fabricate, to reduce the risk of future injuries.
WORKSHOP: Cutting edge deburring tools WORKSHOP: Cutting edge deburring tools WORKSHOP: Cutting edge deburring tools WORKSHOP: Cutting edge deburring tools WORKSHOP: Cutting edge deburring tools

Deburring Tools

Josh Giumelli

Any repair or fabrication project involving cutting, drilling or machining metal can produce sharp edges capable of significant injury. Burrs are produced whenever metal is cut but the severity depends largely on the method used. Grinding processes are the worst offender, often producing razor sharp edges capable of deep skin laceration. Machining will produce burrs, but generally cutting metal produces less burrs than grinding. 

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