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CUTTERS, BURRS (FRAISES) & FLY Bambi Compressor Tubing


Concave Cutter Cup Burrs: to round off end points of various sizes of metal, for example on a claw set ring.


Flame burrs: very useful to open out casting flash (a slight film of metal over a whole/crevice).


Knife Edge Cutting Burr: perfectly textures deep grooves on jewellery.


Bambi Compressor Tubing


• Ø6mm tubing for Bambi compressor • Can be used with the compressor connector C41895 • Will fit all machines with a compressor connection that takes a Ø6mm tube


• Supplied cut to your required length (If you order 2 x 1 metres, you will receive a single 2 metre length


piece) Code


T54144 Description Ø6mm Tubing for Compressors


UOM Price 1 Metre


Price breaks available, see website BURR LUBRICANT


CUTTERS, BURRS (FRAISES) & FLY


Burr Lubricant Wax


Burr Lubricant Wax • Extends the life of burrs, saw blades, drills, gravers, taps & dies & diamond tools etc.


• Eliminates burr chatter to give smooth stone seats on settings


• Cleaner and easier to use than oils etc.


• Supplied in handy pad Code


Description O45554 Burr Lubricant Wax


A*F and Bush burrs are made in the EU which embrace exceptional quality and cutting shape edge superiority, expect only the best • Some of the popular style stone steel burr shapes are used for setting


• We stock a wide variety of sizes and shapes which cater for all your stone settings needs


• See the associated links for an excellent choice of practical stone setting books and equipment. We also recommend if you have not stone set before attend a course


• Various courses are available around the country at various colleges and universities. Remember practice is essential to become a quality stone setter


• Burrs are also popular for use when engraving, texturing and grinding.


• We have put some popular styles of setting/working practices when they use Cousins Material House steel burrs.


Ball Burrs: the most popular steel burrs used in jewellery stone setting, with its all round shape


Bearing Cutter 90° Burrs: the angle of this burr reflects the popular cut diamonds’ right angle


Bud tapered burrs: very popular for forming channel setting grooves, particularly on wedding rings.


Burr Lubricant Wax, USA


Burr “Cut-Lube” Lubricant Wax Unique lubricant in a handy stick dispenser for use with burrs, drills, gravers, saw blades etc. to reduce pull and drag. Adds life to your tools by reducing friction and is much easier and cleaner to use than messy oils.


The non-petroleum formula also helps prevent Burr chatter and ensures a smooth, even


stone seat on your setting. Also good for diamond tools.


• An amazing space-age lubricant which reduces pull and drag by reducing friction


• Extends the life of burrs, saw blades, drills, gravers, taps & dies & diamond tools etc.


• Eliminates burr chatter to give smooth stone seats on settings


• Cleaner and easier to use than oils etc. • Supplied in handy stick dispenser • Made in USA


Code B4181 Description


Burr Cut-Lube Lubricant Wax, A*F Swiss


UOM Price EACH Price breaks available, see website £4.50


These high quality tools are designed to create beautiful designs on jewellery, especially charms, bangles, earrings etc. Made for the professional craftsman to produce bright facets, backgrounds, cuts for setting stones etc., in gold and other precious metals.


The cutting edge is a chip produced from top grade, industrial diamond set in steel. Available in several angles and two shank diameters, popular 3mm & 4mm. Best used in handpieces at speeds between 30,000 & 35,000 rpm.


• American made • Length 32mm • Shaft Ø3mm or 4mm


UOM Price £2.95


EACH Diamond Fly Cutters


Some basic diamond terms: • Facet: a small surface side of a gemstone. • Table: the large flat top facet. It has an octagonal shape on a round brilliant diamond.


• Crown: the upper part of the diamond above the girdle.


• Girdle: the narrow rim around the diamond. The girdle plane is parallel to the table and is the largest diameter of any part of the stone.


• Pavilion: the lower part of the diamond below the girdle. It has a cone shape on round diamonds.


£3.95


• Culet: the tiny facet on the pointed bottom of the pavilion, parallel to the table.


• A*F Swiss • Porosity removers for platinum, gold and silver • These cylindrical burnishers are a remarkably rapid and efficient way of removing porosity, scratches and fire scale from precious metal castings


• Extremely long-lasting, excellent value • Made from highly polished tungsten carbide, the burnishers have either 12, 18 or


36 facets on the sides to eliminate pores and produce the desired effect


• Mounted on standard shanks 2.35mm (3/32”) – Maximum working speed 10,000rpm


Code


B9579C B9579B B9579A


Description Fine (36 facets) Rotary Burnisher


Medium (18 facets) Rotary Burnisher


UOM Price EACH £65.50 EACH £65.50


Coarse (12 facets) Rotary Burnisher EACH £65.50


ROTARY BURNISHERS (POROSITY REMOVERS)


Rotary Burnisher, A*F Swiss


DIAMOND FLY CUTTERS


702


COUSINS TRADE SUPPLIER


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