Countersinks – deburr holes and make screw heads disappear
Since the edges of a drill hole in metal are very sharp, they should always be deburred with a countersink. In this way, you prevent cuts and contain a flat surface.
If you want to countersink the screw in the workpiece, then machine the hole with a countersink. Then drill a tapered hole to countersink head screws into the material. In this way, the head of the screw is flush with the surface of the workpiece.
Countersink and cross hole countersink
With the BAER countersink you create tapered shoulders or precisely deburr the drill hole. The countersink has two to three cutting edges. It is available in different hardnesses for different materials. This ensures that you achieve the best result with the right choice of tool. The cross hole countersink with its peeling cut ensures that the chips are carried out of the countersink through the cross hole.
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Existing holes are reworked with the countersink:
- Deburring - for smooth cut edges
- Sinking - for countersinking screws
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