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Compact, angled shear for precision cutting ergonomically designed

  • Cut paper, leather, plastic, wood veneers, and thin metal
  • Durable construction for long-lasting use
  • Non-slip handle for comfortable grip and control
  • Precision design allows for clean and accurate cuts

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Mini Angled Precision Shear

Item #: 88040
$17.95

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Compact, angled shear for precision cutting ergonomically designed

  • Cut paper, leather, plastic, wood veneers, and thin metal
  • Durable construction for long-lasting use
  • Non-slip handle for comfortable grip and control
  • Precision design allows for clean and accurate cuts

Ergonomically designed shear is a pleasure to use while slicing your way through all kinds of materials. Leaf spring action takes the work out of normal shears, which require reopening the handles manually to perform long line cutting. Super-sharp blades cut plastic, leather, rubber, paper, wood veneers and thin sheet metal with minimal effort. It even has a beefy outer serrated edge on one side of the jaw for sawing if needed. Overall length: 7-5/8”. Blade length approximately 1-½” long.

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11/7/2021 5:29 pm

The BEST clippers for removing 3d supports!!! BY FAR

by Raymond -

I debated wether I should make this review as i fear these might suddenly become harder to get. I've bought various snippers,clippers, devices for the easy removal of supports. I've gone hi tech with wonder cutter S (works great a little slow and have to be careful as resin affects the plastic) I've bought the expensive sprue cutters like citadel and tamiya. I've even bought jewelers saws to see if that would help. The 2 devices that have proven constantly useful 1. an oversized pair of nose pliers 12 shaft because of the torque it rips the supports off easily without damage to the print and these angled shears. The shears perform the best by far! I do resin printing primarily but i can't imagine it would be much different with fdm printers. If supports are a pain in your but grab a pair of these it will make your life much easier!