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Old January 14, 2010, 01:18 PM
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Originally Posted by dragoonxx View Post
found it, its a deburring tool...
McMaster-Carr
for those without to spend the money getting the expensive *but fast, I'd assume* punch
Used this kind of tool at my work many times, it's good for cleanup of light burrs and gives a good finish but it’s not good on heavy burrs such as ones left by jigsaw’s on steel. Cleanup with rotary tool or file first for heavy burrs.
The tool is awesome for taking the sharp edges off metal blanks that you are going to work with and probably for sharp edges of plastics too.
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