Lukcase Double Cut Carbide Rotary Burr Set - 10 Pcs 1/8" Shank, 1/4"
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- Comes with 3 jaw chuck that offers accurate centering
- Equipped with a plastic storage case that makes it easy to store
- Made of high-quality material that provides an extended durability
- May not be too good with metals
Analysis of 100+ reviews for Lukcase Double Cut Carbide Rotary Burr Set - 10 Pcs 1/8" Shank, 1/4"
BestViewsReviews analyzed 4,461 reviews for 18 products in the Cutting Burrs category.
We analyzed a total of 124 reviews for this product out of which, 76 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 68% reviews were positive while around 29% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Lukcase Double Cut Carbide Rotary Burr Set - 10 Pcs 1/8" Shank, 1/4"
This product received a total score of 8.25 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
Users of this product said
If you're doing it right, and using the right bit, you can expect smooth cuts and no wear on rough stone for more than 30 hours.
The bits were larger, robust and took off more material than I had expected.
They work well and look great, even though they were made of wood and not stone.
I have yet to use the product, but I have given it a 5 star rating, and will be updating my review as needed.
I needed to drill out old epoxy and the bits just ate it all up more quickly than the tool I was using before.
Question & Answers
The description says 1/8", but the illustration shows 3 millimeter.
I just pulled one out of a measured version of the shank, it's 1/8th inch.
I want to add detail to a steel rod, how well do these hold up against that?
I use them for finishing work on guns and they are better than I expected.
I'm glad it works to smooth out welds, but how does it do on seashells?
This item works well on seashell.
Will it work with the Ryobi drills?
I don't think they would work well unless you're working with very soft material.
Is it possible to smooth out welds with these?
They cut well.