Machining Marks Removal and Surface Finish
The XEBEC Brush™ uses abrasive ceramic fiber material instead of abrasive grain. One single bristle consists of 500 -1,000 ceramic fibers that works as cutting edges, providing excellent cutting ability.
The XEBEC ceramic fiber has 3 features that enable CNC deburring & polishing:
- Overwhelming Grinding Power
- Uniquely developed ceramic fibers are the abrasives and its fiber content ratio is over 80%. Cutting edges that are made up from the tip of each fiber bristle create overwhelming grinding power. Has 60 times higher grinding power compared with nylon brushes and steadily removes burrs.
- Consistent Cutting Performance
- Due to the structure of XEBEC ceramic fiber, new cutting edges are always exposed. The brush maintains consistent cutting performance to the end, enabling CNC deburring and polishing,
- No Deformation
- Maintains its straight shape and does not spread out like a toothbrush even after repeated use. Thus, it is ideal for CNC deburring and polishing in mass production line.
XEBEC Brush™ Surface End Type
Ideal for machining mark removal and polishing sealed surface
The tool can be used with rotary tools and equipments that can control the rotational speed.
|Brush (Colour)||Product code||Brush diameter |
|Shank diameter |
|Bristle length (l) |
|Overall length (L) (mm)||Recommended rotational speed |
|Maximum rotational speed |
* The Brush size is approximate as the tip expands by rotating.
Precautions for Use For manual operation, do not exceed the maximum load of 2N. The Brush will break off when:
- being used beyond the maximum rotational speed
- being used beyond the maximum load
- being used with a pneumatic tool
Target burr size
Burr root thickness of 0.1mm or less (Burrs are easily bent with a fingernail)
Case Study: Precision / Deburring smaller holes
Material: Aluminum Alloy
Pre-Processing: Drilling process
Description: Ø0.3mm Drilling process
Tool Used: A13-EB03M （XEBEC Cutting Fiber)
Depth of Cut : 1.0mm
Before Deburring smaller holes
After Deburring smaller holes