Crown-cutting carbide

Aug. 1, 1997
A new specialty carbide with a unique cross-cut blade configuration designed to slice through precious and nonprecious metal crowns at speeds up to 300,000 rpm has been introduced by Brasseler USA.

A new specialty carbide with a unique cross-cut blade configuration designed to slice through precious and nonprecious metal crowns at speeds up to 300,000 rpm has been introduced by Brasseler USA.

Brasseler`s new crown-cutting carbide now has a longer, extended cutting head. The H34L double black-banded carbide is engineered with special rake angle blades to cut metal crowns without heat endangering vital nerve tissue. Crowns then can be spread open with a hand-spreader instrument (B 134) for complete removal.

For additional information or to place an order, call Brasseler USA at (800) 841-4522 or fax (912) 927-8671.

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