If the Brush deforms through usage, you can form the tips of the brush using a diamond disc blade.
Drilling machine or lathe can be used for forming.
Wrapping the Brush with tape makes truing easier by preventing the bristles from spreading out.
To cut off the Brush, cut from the side of the Brush using a diamond disc blade and sever it.
Set the depth of cut in a place as the Brush tips become flat.
Always wear protective goggles, gloves and masks when using the tool.
Wear long sleeves, tight cuffs, and clothing to minimize skin exposure.
Cutting particles and burrs may scatter within an area around the work as the brush revolves; please stay clear of this area.
The area around your work is hazardous in case flying pieces of fiber rods from the tools and grinding powder may scatter, enclose your working area to prevent other people entering, or have the people surrounding your work area protective equipment as well.
Follow the precautions for use and operation safety measures without fail.
If you fail to observe them, there are following risks.
• A tool or a part of a tool may crack, drop off, distort or break.
• Broken pieces of a tool or cutting particles may stick into your skin, or at worst stick into yours eyes, causing loss of sight.
• Dust generated by processing may bring up skin irritancy or allergy.