ATA Group Datasheets for Rotary Burs

Rotary burs are cutting tools with many closely-spaced cutting edges, often with negative rake angle, for finishing or deburring edges.
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Product Name Notes
Bur geometries designed for general purpose applications Most popular cut styles Advanced cutting geometry’s Allowing rapid stock removal Increasing production output Resulting in a smoother operation Breaking down the material...
Bur geometry designed for machining Stainless steel materials Developed cutting geometry - generating high stock removal on Inox components High performance grinding - ensuring production savings and reduced downtime Specifically...
Bur geometry designed for machining steel & cast steel materials Specifically developed geometry - Increasing machining output on Steel components compared to Standard; Double and Foundry geometry Aggressive cutting form...
Bur geometry designed for maximum stock removal on non-ferrous and plastic materials. Specifically developed cutting geometry Allowing rapid stock removal on non-ferrous and plastics materials Avoiding clogging Ensures smooth cutting...
Bur geometry designed for maximum strength, maximum power and maximum output. Enhanced geometry and deep fluting configurations Allowing maximum stock removal Increasing production output Increasing tooth strength Longer tooth life...
Developed cutting geometry offering Precise control High stock removal Improved surface finish Increased tool life Faster cutting action Application Bur geometry designed for machining Nickel and Titanium alloys Specific geometry...
With three state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities based in Ireland, the UK and the US, ATA designs, manufactures and distributes the most widely used burs in the world - with a selection...