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WIRE STRIPPER /CUTTER FOR SOLID & STRANDED WIRE - 48-22-6109

Left cut snips are for making to the left and straight cuts. Right cut snips are for making straight and cuts to the right. Straight cut snips (not shown) are for making straight cuts and shallow cuts to the right or left. Right hand tin snips are suitable for cutting straight lines and cutting off in an anti-clockwise direction. Best suited for right handed use. hand tin snips are suitable for cutting off in a clockwise direction and for cutting straight lines. Best suited for left handed use. Types of Tin Snips. When shopping for tin snips, and specifically for aviation snips, you'll notice several types: straight-cut, right-cut and left-cut snips, often marked with yellow, green and red, respectively. Each is suited to specific cutting tasks. The forged steel jaws of these left-cutting or right -cutting snips are set at a 90- degree angle to allow easy gripping when cutting sheet metal in tight spaces or overhead. The operator can follow tight circular or square pattern left or right cuts with either a pushing or pulling motion. They are also useful for making long cuts through sheet metal, should you need to. However, you're going to make a long cut through sheet metal, especially a straight one, a pair of snips with offset handles is the way to go. Each color signifies a different direction that the snips are made to cut. Red snips cut left. Yellow snips cut straight or left and right. Green snips cut right. HVAC and sheet metal pros agree: When making long, straight cuts in thinner-gauge sheet metal, tinner snips are the way to go. They're a simple, economical, and durable cutting solution for many sheet metal and HVAC applicatioN.
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Left cut snips are for making 
to the left and straight cuts. 
Right cut snips are for making straight 
and cuts to the right. Straight cut snips
(not shown) are for making straight cuts
 and shallow cuts to the right or left.

Right hand tin snips are suitable 
for cutting straight lines and cutting
 off in an anti-clockwise direction. 
Best suited for right handed use. 
hand tin snips are suitable for cutting 
off in a clockwise direction and for 
cutting straight lines. Best suited for 
left handed use.

Types of Tin Snips. When 
shopping for tin snips, and
 specifically for aviation snips, you'll 
notice several types: straight-cut, 
right-cut and left-cut snips, often 
marked with yellow, green and red,
 respectively. Each is suited to specific
 cutting tasks.

The forged steel jaws
 of these left-cutting or right
 -cutting snips are set at a 90-
degree angle to allow easy 
gripping when cutting sheet metal
 in tight spaces or overhead. 
The operator can follow tight circular
 or square pattern left or right
 cuts with either a pushing or 
pulling motion.

They are also useful for
 making long cuts through 
sheet metal, should you
 need to. However, 
you're going to make a
 long cut through sheet metal,
 especially a straight one, a pair
of snips with offset handles is the 
way to go.

Each color signifies a 
different direction that 
the snips are made to cut. 
Red snips cut left. Yellow snips 
cut straight or left and right. Green
snips cut right.

HVAC and sheet metal
 pros agree: When making long,
 straight cuts in thinner-gauge
 sheet metal, tinner snips are the 
way to go. They're a simple, economical, 
and durable cutting solution for many sheet 
metal and HVAC applicatioN.

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Left cut snips are for making 
to the left and straight cuts. 
Right cut snips are for making straight 
and cuts to the right. Straight cut snips
(not shown) are for making straight cuts
 and shallow cuts to the right or left.

Right hand tin snips are suitable 
for cutting straight lines and cutting
 off in an anti-clockwise direction. 
Best suited for right handed use. 
hand tin snips are suitable for cutting 
off in a clockwise direction and for 
cutting straight lines. Best suited for 
left handed use.

Types of Tin Snips. When 
shopping for tin snips, and
 specifically for aviation snips, you'll 
notice several types: straight-cut, 
right-cut and left-cut snips, often 
marked with yellow, green and red,
 respectively. Each is suited to specific
 cutting tasks.

The forged steel jaws
 of these left-cutting or right
 -cutting snips are set at a 90-
degree angle to allow easy 
gripping when cutting sheet metal
 in tight spaces or overhead. 
The operator can follow tight circular
 or square pattern left or right
 cuts with either a pushing or 
pulling motion.

They are also useful for
 making long cuts through 
sheet metal, should you
 need to. However, 
you're going to make a
 long cut through sheet metal,
 especially a straight one, a pair
of snips with offset handles is the 
way to go.

Each color signifies a 
different direction that 
the snips are made to cut. 
Red snips cut left. Yellow snips 
cut straight or left and right. Green
snips cut right.

HVAC and sheet metal
 pros agree: When making long,
 straight cuts in thinner-gauge
 sheet metal, tinner snips are the 
way to go. They're a simple, economical, 
and durable cutting solution for many sheet 
metal and HVAC applicatioN.

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