6/6/2007

Carbide Slot Deburring Tool

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O. G. Bell Company's carbide slot deburring tool deburrs both sides of a slot after sawing, milling or undercutting.

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O.G. Bell Company's carbide slot deburring tool deburrs both sides of a slot after sawing, milling or undercutting. It chamfers corners with the flat sides of the tool, creating proper 45-degree chamfers on commutator bars. The special replaceable carbide bit has a true positive rake for cutting copper and other materials. The adjustable length handle extends from 5 1/4" to 8 1/4" overall length. The storage compartment is inside the handle for spare bits, screws and so on. The tool can be used in a straight line or offset to the left or right allowing the best slot visibility.

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