Cutters for removing gel Polish
The drill (cutter) is used not only in the dentist's office, but also in the nail salon. It supports hundreds of different tools, including gel Polish cutters, sanding and polishing accessories. Consider the nail Polish remover cutters in more detail.
It is not always advisable to remove the varnish with solvents. The method with cutters is quite simple and does not require the use of any chemicals, it does not consume materials. This mechanized removal of the coating takes 10-15 minutes for 10 fingers. Other advantages of mechanized cleaning:
The nail plate is not over-dried with solvents.
No evaporation of chemicals,
Can't cause allergies.
The removal tips are suitable for any nail cutter.
Cutters and nozzles for removing gel Polish are classified by material and shape. They are produced several dozen basic designs. In the Arsenal of the master there are several options that he chooses depending on the shape of the nail, the thickness and hardness of the layer. For example, viscous gel varnishes can only be removed with metal coarse-grained nozzles, but they are completely unsuitable for removing thin hard layers. Cutters are marked with color dots or rings, in a similar pattern that is accepted by dentists. A case is used for storage.
ü Nail cutters, as well as dental burs, must be sterilized chemically and or thermally. Refer to the manufacturer's instructions before thermal sterilization.
Only extended nails. Can not be used on natural nails.
For extended nails. Rarely-to remove a thick viscous coating.
For acrylic varnishes, for viscous and thick layers.
For precise work in the nail business, removing thin hard layers of varnish.
For sensitive nail plate.
The smallest nozzle. Process problem areas, correct defects on the applied layer.
5 microns (and below 5 microns).
The color marking indicates the category in which the milling cutter is grained. At the same time, it can be made of various materials. Manufacturers use a variety of solid compositions, composites, monomers (such as ceramics or metal), but providing sufficient strength so that the cutter does not crumble under significant centrifugal loads. Here are all common options:
Hard alloys are the best material for "fast" cutters, for those that do not require fine-grained, and which are designed for quick removal of gel Polish.
Steel. It is used for the most coarse-grained cutters, as well as for medium grain. The main advantage of steel-strength, cutters can work at high speeds of rotation of the drill, without the risk of rebound of the discarded elements. All other materials do not have this advantage.
Ceramics. The main advantage is low cost. Ceramics wear slower than steel, so the service life of this cutter is longer. The material is only suitable for fine-grained tips.
Corundum is the most hard and fine-grained tips. The material has a high cost, but for small manicure tools is quite suitable.
Diamond spraying. This technology is used for manicure tools of the highest class. The technology is only suitable for fine-grained and medium-grained tips.
Steel and carbide cutters and tips
For steel tips, high-hardness alloy stainless steel is used. Manicure professionals note the possibility of obtaining coarse-grained cutters, which are so necessary for fast work. They are all made of steel, because of other materials (such as ceramics), you can get an abrasive, not a cutting tool. Stainless steel perfectly withstands sterilization by any means: thermal, chemical and ultraviolet. The service life of carbide cutters is limited only by abrasion. At the same time, initially, their faces are calculated in such a way that they do not lose their cutting properties with minor abrasion.
Due to the low cost (in comparison with diamond and corundum) and ease of manufacture, ceramic for cutters is very popular. Features of the material allow you to make tips of complex shapes. On the cutter it is necessary to set a small and medium speed, but not high. If the speed of rotation is exceeded, the ceramic cutter becomes traumatic. If a corner bounced off the product, it should be thrown away. From the place of cleavage during rotation will crack under load. The average service life of a ceramic cutter is 2-4 times that of a metal one. It is made of ceramics popular among masters of manicure business cutter - "corn". It is in the Arsenal of almost every master.
Silicone plus carbide
These cutters are made from a flexible silicone base, which is added to the sharp abrasive grains of various sizes with sorting into fractions. This determines the class of the cutter (grain size in microns). For the grains themselves, tungsten carbide and other high-hardness carbides are used. Such a complex manufacturing technology allows you to get the main quality-safety. The body of the cutter is soft, so if you careless movement damage to the skin and nail plate will not be. Among them adopted its own light classification:
Green, khaki. The tips of this color are the most fine-grained. They are not used for removing varnish. They are necessary for grinding the finished coating. You will find the softness suitable for use by beginners.
Grey. Soft silicone cutters with medium grit. Apply them only to remove a layer of gel Polish on the edges of the nail plate with a sensitive nail and skin.
Brown. Universal soft tips for cleaning and trimming the edges of accidentally fallen gel Polish on the skin, but their main purpose-auxiliary cleaning of the stratum corneum of the skin around the nail. Due to its softness, the nozzle does not immediately damage living tissues, but only cleanses the stratum corneum.
Sand cutters and caps
This type is made of emery paper on a fabric basis. In comparison with all other materials (except carbide-silicone), this cutter has some softness, which is also done to ensure safety. The service life of these nozzles is small, but they have a low price. Sand caps are put on a rubber or have a non-collapsible design. Heat-resistant glue is used to glue the grains to the base. Sterilization of this type of cutters is recommended to be carried out by chemical means.
Corundum tips for the cutter
The use of corundum in manicure came from dentists. It is the hardest material available, with the exception of artificial diamonds. Accordingly, the cutters from it will have a very significant service life. Even with fairly intensive daily use, it can exceed 1 year.
Corundum is made using the same technology as ceramics: firing a preformed mixture. There is also another way when corundum grains have a polymer bond. This cutter is very strong, and thanks to this technology, it can have a complex shape, such as "corn" with teeth. When using a corundum cutter, it must be constantly washed in cleaning solutions. All components can withstand sterilization by any means.
Cutters with a diamond coating
Special tips for the nail cutter. The use of diamond chips also came to the industry from dentistry. Diamond cutters are white in color and look similar to ceramic, but much finer-grained. Coarse-grained milling cutter removes the layer much faster than fine-grained, but does not allow you to do fine work.
Due to its fine-grained nature, the diamond cutter is safe and is often used by beginners, since working with a coarse-grained cutter requires a lot of experience. If it is used incorrectly, it is easy to make a cut on the nail. It is much easier to provide the required smoothness of movements with a fine-grained cutter, despite the fact that the process of removing the artificial layer will take much longer.
Performance characteristics depend not only on the material, the size of the grain or teeth, but also on the shape. There are only five options and all these are bodies of rotation. The shape is selected according to the size of the nail plate, its sensitivity and the layer to be removed. There is a dangerous form with cutting edges, for example, cylindrical. Many cutters have faces that can leave a cut on the nail, or a cut on the skin, no. These include ball mills.
Due to the shape of the cone, the circumferential speed of the grains at the end is much less than closer to the shank. The master can work with either the thick end (rotates quickly) or the thin end (rotates slowly). That is, to carry out medium and fine work, you do not need to change the nozzle and switch the speed of rotation of the cutter. It is for this quality that cone cutters are so appreciated by professional manicure masters.
A variant of the cone is a needle cutter. The diameter of the tip is 1.2-18 mm. with this tool, the side rollers are cleaned and the pterygium is eliminated. It is a needle cutter that makes the most delicate work. The material for such a tool is corundum, or diamond chips. The cone cutter is used most of all by time. In the Arsenal of mechanized manicure tools they buy sets
Some masters also use a reverse cone. It is used to align the surface of the nail lining of various materials. The reverse cone is applied at a low speed of rotation, so as not to cause damage to the living nail and tissues.