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    Quote Originally Posted by C-Bag View Post
    Just out of curiosity, can you do edges with the round deburring tool by wedging it against the handle and the round cutter against the edge to be deburred? Or are they strictly for holes?
    It may be possible but the tool isn't really meant for that; I've only used it for deburring holes because I have other ways of dealing with rectilinear deburring.
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    Thanks Marv
    Those are nice looking deburrs
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    Thanks Marv,

    Your disk-shaped deburring tools for small hole deburring have been on my "want to buy" list of deburring tools. These would be excellent for mechanical clock repairing. I should have bought this style of deburring tool years ago because everytime I look to buy, they are more expensive. In the mean time a made some hole deburring tools from carbide burrs ( see Small Hole Deburring Tools ). I think using even smaller diameter burrs would be useful.

    The carbide burrs are not as nice as the deburring tool made by Doug or your disk-shape deburring tools but these work well enough for a quick way to take the edge off drilled holes.

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    Those burrs you made look pretty kool Paul
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    Congratulations rossbotics - your Deburring Tool is the Homemade Tool of the Week!

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