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    Ceramic Burrs

    Discussion in 'Removable' started by JMN, Mar 9, 2018.

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    1. Love them, use nothing else whenever possible

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    2. Meh. no great deal of change

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    3. Can't stand them.

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    1. JMN
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      JMN Christian Member Staff Member Donator Full Member

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      I've been seeing ceramic burrs for a while, but haven't had one come by I could play with.
      Anybody use them? What'd'ja think?
       
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      Not worth the extra money. I really didn’t see any difference in that way they worked, and they wore out faster than I expected. Also easy to break.
       
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      JMN Christian Member Staff Member Donator Full Member

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      Thanks! The breakage issue is what concerned me. The blade edges are tiny and we know how well sharp edges handle stress in these materials, even aside from the method used to join the metal shank.
       

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