▶︎ The most important thing about this product
▶ ︎ Description
Premium nail cutter bit made of hard metal (cross-cut, narrow) for the thorough removal of cuticles, difficult areas and corns (clavus), for example.
Ideally suited for nail milling cutters from JCMASTER and JSDA, but also all other devices.
Carbide bits you use when working on the artificial nail. Bits & attachments made of carbide let you do a quick and effective job. They are available in different hardnesses and should fit perfectly on all commercially available nail burs.
Carbide bits are made from durable materials and are therefore very suitable for professional nail designers, but should never be used on natural nails. In order to remove modelage quickly and effectively, we recommend one Cylindrical carbide bit.
Tungsten carbide attachments are suitable for all common work on gel and artificial nails. You can also use hard metal bits to file the tip transition, file extension gels thinner and shorten or shape the nails.
Carbide attachments are characterized by their extremely low heat generation. They shine with a very high removal rate, so that you can quickly remove the old model. In addition, carbide bits are very wear-free and they also impress with their particularly high load capacity.
Ideal for long-term use.
Very good cutting ability, durability, efficiency, speed, easy handling and corrosion resistance make this bit a must-have for every nail lover!
▶ ︎ Areas of application
Editing of artificial nails / natural nails / foot care
Processing of the nail edge and cuticle
Editing of mycotic nails and corns
▶ ︎ Specifications
→ Weight: 2g
→ Shank Ø: 2,35mm
→ Milling cutter length: 7mm
→ Shaft length: 33mm
→ Total length: 44mm
▶ ︎ Scope of delivery
1x carbide bit (cross-cut)
1x protection for the bit
▶ ︎ Shipping costs
▶ ︎ Our recommendation
We recommend ours as a supplement Sanding sleeves , or Nagelfräser. Our nail designers explain in this article various Milling bits.
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