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ToughBuilt left cut aviation snips
The design allows 2 cutting positions: rearward grip for maximum leverage forward grip for maximum control
€21.50 *
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ToughBuilt straight long cut aviation snips
The ToughBuilt Long Cut Plate Shears are designed to make long, straight cuts effortlessly. Forged blades with induction hardened cutting edges deliver up to 10 times more cuts than cast blades. They are built to last and are backed by a...
€22.50 *
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ToughBuilt straight cut aviation snips
They are built for long life and durability and backed by a Full Lifetime Warranty. The patent pending ergonomic grip design allows 2 cutting positions: rearward grip for maximum leverage, and forward grip for maximum control. The flush...
€21.50 *
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Toughbuilt Bulldog Aviation Snips
The design allows 2 cutting positions: rearward grip for maximum leverage forward grip for maximum control
€21.50 *
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ToughBuilt right cut aviation snips
ToughBuilt® Right Cut Aviation Snips are designed for effortless right-hand cuts. Forged blades with induction hardened cutting edges deliver up to 10 times more cuts than cast blades. They are built to last and are backed by a lifetime...
€21.50 *
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Midwest Offset Right Cut Aviation Snip 6510R
MIDWEST® Offset Right Cut Aviation Snips flow material away from blades and position the user’s hand above the material for best maneuverability when making long cuts or tight curves. Used for cutting straight or tight curves to the...
€30.31 *
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ToughBuilt straight offset long cut aviation...
The design allows 2 cutting positions: rearward grip for maximum leverage forward grip for maximum control
€22.50 *
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Stubai Pelican pattern snips 350 mm
Stubai 269011 Durchlaufschere: Das Meisterwerkzeug für präzise Schnitte Wenn es um präzise, lange und gerade Schnitte geht, ist die Stubai 269011 Durchlaufschere das Werkzeug der Wahl für Profis und ambitionierte Heimwerker. Entwickelt...
€60.16 *
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Wiss Plate Shears M1R 9-3/4" left cutting
the non-slip, serrated jaws of Wiss® Metalmaster shears are made of extra strong, wear-resistant molybdenum steel to deliver the extra power demanded by the strong lever transmission cope with heavy duty cutting of heavy material or...
€20.34 *
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Wiss 9-3/4" Compound Action Snips, Cuts...
Right cut, cuts right from tight curves to straight Cuts low carbon cold rolled steel Non-slip serrated jaw of tough molybdenum steel holds material firmly and uniformly spreads cutting force across blade edge Withstands strain of...
€20.35 *
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Wiss 9-3/4" Compound Action Snips, Straight,...
Straight cut, cuts straight and slight curves Cuts low carbon cold rolled steel Non-slip serrated jaw of tough molybdenum steel holds material firmly and uniformly spreads cutting force across blade edge Withstands strain of cutting...
€20.34 *
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Wiss 9 1/4" Metalmaster® Bulldog Snips
For Notching or Trimming Extra Heavy Stock Non-Slip, Serrated Jaw Made of Tough Molybdenum Steel Withstands Strain of Cutting Heavy Stock and Tight Curves Spring-Action for Fast Effortless Feed Handy Hang-Up Hole Cuts Low Carbon Cold...
€33.63 *
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Aviation Snips

All-purpose shears, also known as aircraft shears, rolling shears or plate shears, are the most popular shears because the design of their linkage allows them to exert greater force compared to other shears of the same size. They were originally developed for cutting aluminium in aircraft construction, which is why they are often called aircraft shears. They can cut aluminium up to a thickness of 1.02 mm mild steel up to a thickness of 0.511 or stainless steel up to a thickness of 0.405 mm.

There are three types of shears: straight, left and right cutting. Straight shears (usually with yellow coloured soft handles) cut in a straight line and in wide curves; left-cutting shears (usually red) cut straight and in a tight curve to the left; right-cutting shears (usually green) cut straight and in a tight curve to the right. These different cutting styles are necessary because metal is stiff and heavy and does not easily move out of the way when cutting around a curve. The respective styles move the material out of the way when cutting in the direction for which they are designed. The blades are usually serrated to prevent the material from slipping off.

Plate shears

In addition to the configurations described below, there are also upright and long-cut configurations. In the upright shear, the blades are rotated 90° to the handles. This configuration is more ergonomic and is often used in confined spaces. Long-cut scissors have long blades that make it easier to cut long, straight cuts. These shears are commonly used for vinyl or aluminium siding.

Standard scissors are designed for cutting steel or softer materials, although occasional use on stainless steel is not harmful. Special hard shears are available for cutting through harder materials, such as Inconel and titanium. They are similar in design to standard or offset fly shears, but have specially heat-treated blades. These scissors have a different coloured handle to distinguish them from the other standard types. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

All-purpose shears, also known as aircraft shears, rolling shears or plate shears, are the most popular shears because the design of their linkage allows them to exert greater force compared to... read more »
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Aviation Snips

All-purpose shears, also known as aircraft shears, rolling shears or plate shears, are the most popular shears because the design of their linkage allows them to exert greater force compared to other shears of the same size. They were originally developed for cutting aluminium in aircraft construction, which is why they are often called aircraft shears. They can cut aluminium up to a thickness of 1.02 mm mild steel up to a thickness of 0.511 or stainless steel up to a thickness of 0.405 mm.

There are three types of shears: straight, left and right cutting. Straight shears (usually with yellow coloured soft handles) cut in a straight line and in wide curves; left-cutting shears (usually red) cut straight and in a tight curve to the left; right-cutting shears (usually green) cut straight and in a tight curve to the right. These different cutting styles are necessary because metal is stiff and heavy and does not easily move out of the way when cutting around a curve. The respective styles move the material out of the way when cutting in the direction for which they are designed. The blades are usually serrated to prevent the material from slipping off.

Plate shears

In addition to the configurations described below, there are also upright and long-cut configurations. In the upright shear, the blades are rotated 90° to the handles. This configuration is more ergonomic and is often used in confined spaces. Long-cut scissors have long blades that make it easier to cut long, straight cuts. These shears are commonly used for vinyl or aluminium siding.

Standard scissors are designed for cutting steel or softer materials, although occasional use on stainless steel is not harmful. Special hard shears are available for cutting through harder materials, such as Inconel and titanium. They are similar in design to standard or offset fly shears, but have specially heat-treated blades. These scissors have a different coloured handle to distinguish them from the other standard types. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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