Foredom 3/32″ (2.35 mm) shank CeramCut Blue Stones Assorted Shapes
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CeramCut Blue Stones
CeramCut Blue Stones have a unique ceramic and aluminum oxide grain structure. They are widely used on hard metals, including hardened and mild steel, steel alloys, chrome cobalt, titanium, platinum, and other ferrous metals. Also suitable for use on porcelain materials and wood. CeramCut Blue Stones maintain their shape and hold their cutting edge longer than any standard abrasive stones. They are non-impregnating and non-contaminating.
3/32" (2.35 mm) Shank Mounted Points
- Has ceramic and aluminum oxide abrasive grain structure superior in performance and life to standard aluminum oxides or silicon carbides.
- Widely used on hard metals, including hardened and mild steel, steel alloys, chrome cobalt, titanium, platinum and other ferrous metals. Also suitable for porcelain materials and wood.
- "CK" Stones remove material faster, run cooler, and last 3-5 times longer than other abrasives.
- Non-impregnating and non-contaminating.
- 45,000 RPM Max Speed.
- Made in USA.
A-CK300 - Large Ball Nose - 80 med
A-CK301 - Med. Ball Nose - 120 fine
A-CK302 - Small Ball Nose - 120 fine
A-CK318 - Flame - 80 med
A-CK322 - Small Inverted Cone - 120 fine
A-CK375 - Large Inverted Cone - 120 fine
A-CK332 - Ball - 120 fine
A-CK342 - Tapered Cone - 120 fine
A-CK350 - Large Cylinder - 120 fine
A-CK354 - Large Cylinder - 80 med
A-CK356 - Large Cylinder - 60 coarse
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