TC burrs - TITANIUM cut


  • Outstanding stock removal rate and tool life due to the innovative tooth geometry.
  • Significantly increased aggressiveness, large chips and very good chip removal.
  • Comfortable working with reduced vibration and less noise.
  • Reduced wear on the tool drive due to impact-free work without chatter marks, thanks to the high concentricity.

Materials that can be worked:

  • Titanium
  • Hard titanium alloys


  • Milling out
  • Levelling
  • Deburring
  • Cutting out holes
  • Surface work
  • Work on weld seams

Matching tool drives:

  • Flexible shaft drive
  • Straight grinder
  • Robot
  • Machine tools

Recommendations for use:

  • Determine the rotational speed in each case depending on the titanium alloy you need to machine.
  • Reduce the rotational speed if excessive flying sparks occur. Depending on the titanium alloy you are machining, flying sparks may not be entirely avoidable.
  • If possible, use the tools on powerful drives with elastically mounted spindles to avoid vibration.
  • For the cost-effective use of burrs, work with higher rotational/cutting speeds.
  • Power recommendation for tool drives:
    • Shank diameter of 3 mm: 75 to 300 watts
    • Shank diameter of 6 mm: from 300 watts
  • Please observe the rotational speed recommendations.

Safety note:

The very high stock removal rate can cause discolouration on the shank. This does not constitute a safety risk.


TC burrs - TITANIUM cut

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