This Midwest snip is used for cutting straight or tight curves to the right
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- Order number: 2816510R
- Supplier Name: Midwest
- EAN: 0727226130327
- Length: 0,292 cm
- Width: 0,076 cm
- Height: 0,025 cm
- Weight: 0,408 kg
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 right. Best used in left hand. These snips feature GLIDETECH® FORGED BLADES: unequaled strength, longest lasting edge life, and the most precise cutting action. Blades are hot drop forged of molybdenum alloy steel and Austemper® heat-treated to best accept and hold their precision ground cutting edge. Blades cut complete from “pinch of the blades through their points” and pivot on a Grade 8 bolt that is threaded and affixed into the bottom blade keeping blades in precision adjustment, and if ever necessary, allowing them to be readjusted extending peak performance. Equipped with KUSH’N-POWER® (US D718,602, D719,808) compound leverage handle action which multiplies handle force while providing a soft, sturdy and comfortable grip. Made in USA!
The right tools since 1945
Midwest Tool and Cutlery Company (Midwest) began manufacturing metal shears and related hand tools in Sturgis, Michigan in 1945. Today, Midwest is a privately held Michigan company with manufacturing facilities in Sturgis, MI, Kalkaska, MI, and Caledonia, OH.
In its early days, Midwest was a manufacturer of the highest quality hand tools for many leading professional quality brands. Today, the company's Midwest Snips® national brand has become a leading hand tool brand both domestically and in many regions of the world. All models of Midwest Snips aerospace and sheet metal shears are manufactured by Midwest at its facilities in the USA.
As a leading innovator and manufacturer of metal snips and specialty hand tools, Midwest has developed and holds numerous product design and utility patents that enhance the performance of Midwest products.