Burnishing Tools: Rub or Burnish Plated or Coated Parts to Expose and Polish the Metal Underneath – Solid Carbide
Create Shallow Marks on Hardened Steel, and Cast Steel Parts with Burnishing Tools
Burnishing Tools: Polish And Burnish Plated Metals
Burnishing Tools have a faceted style tip, and are typically used for shallow marks (up to .007″ deep). As they are not technically a cutting tool, they are used for applications that require shallower marks. They can be used for many different marking and engraving applications on a wide range of materials.
- Use for rotary marking and engraving.
- Rub, or burnish plated and non-plated surfaces.
- Remove plating or coating to expose and polish the metal underneath (for materials such as Black Oxide coated parts, hard Anodized Aluminum or soft Anodized Aluminum parts).
- Ideal for marking hard materials such as hardened Steel when deep engraving is not required.
- Mark Cast Steel parts or burnish through Scale to produce a clear and shallow engraved line.
- Burnishing Tools are an excellent option to use instead of a Diamond Tool on plated parts since the larger tip style creates wider lines which remove more material.
- Solid Carbide – premium, ultra-fine nano grade carbide for maximum tool strength.
- Manufactured in house.
- 1,000s of tools in stock & ready to ship!
- Tool Shank Diameters: 1/8″, 11/64″, 3/16″ & 1/4″.
- Tip Widths: .005″, .010″ & .020″.
- Solid Carbide: Produced from premium, ultra-fine nano grade carbide for maximum tool strength.
A Spring Loaded Engraving Tool is recommended when using a Burnishing Tool.
Use for Rotary Engraving & Drag/Scratch Engraving with:
- CNC Milling Machines.
- 2L Spring Loaded Engraving Tools.
- Engraving Machines.
- Industrial Marking Systems.
- Table Top and Top Loading Engraving Machines (4.5″ & 6.5″ OL).