Mike

Deburring Tool

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    I saw a video for a deburring tool that looks interesting.  Any of you tried one of these?  (by the way, they are not a sponsor or affiliate but I think they should be if the tool is good!)

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    I'm sure they work well. Clear quality variations between the top and bottom though. Might do one stud with the top one.....

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    I found a lot of mixed reviews for deburring chamfer tools in general.  It seems they work fine when used correctly but the price for the brand above is quite high ($90/usd).  There are other less expensive alternatives which may include Chinese knock-offs... but, if these tools have a limited lifetime the other brands may be a better alternative.

    Here's what I found on this tool:  https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=deburring+chamfer+tool

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    2 hours ago, 240260280 said:

    I have one already:

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    Too much work! And its not fun. 

    I'm a gadget freak and a little lazy these days :victorious:

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    Most of the bolts in the video looked like they needed the threads chased too. I'll stick with my tap and die set.

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    I've got a lot of tools (including some specific deburring tools), but I don't think I've ever had the need for that one pictured.

    Am I missing something? Are everyone's lug nuts boogered up at the tip or something?

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    9 minutes ago, Captain Obvious said:

    I've got a lot of tools (including some specific deburring tools), but I don't think I've ever had the need for that one pictured.

    That red swivel head deburring tool is specifically designed for machine shops, you take your work piece off the lathe/mill and clean up the sharp edges before moving to the next stage,  of course it can be used for other things as well.  A very satisfying tool to use as the blade is always in the best position for cutting.

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    Yes, that swivel one is one of the deburring tools I have. A couple different cutting blades for different applications.

    I just wonder if all these years I've been missing out on external deburring or something.

    And by the way... Not sure if you've ever been bit by one of those, but as innocent as they look at first glance, they can be nasty if you slip.

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