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    Tin Snips, 8 inch/10 inch/12 inch

    Best low price tin snips for sale, made by high quality and hardness carbon steels, high frequency heat treatment process, size in 8 inch/10 inch/12 inch available. Using the tin snips is convenient and labor saving.
    SKU: T-TS-812
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    The tin snips has high quality and high hardness for cuttingĀ metal sheets. You can adjust the blade head through a screw on top of the tin snips. It has been polished the surface and coated with rust-proof oil, which has strong toughness. Our best tin snips are suitable for long time working.

    Specification

    Model T-TS-G T-TS-A
    Size 8 inch 10 inch 12 inch 8 inch 10 inch 12 inch
    Total Length 205mm 260mm 310mm 210mm 260mm 310mm
    Blade Length 60mm 80mm 90mm 55mm 70mm 100mm
    Blade Width 30mm 35mm 37mm 30mm 35mm 45mm
    Handle Width 50mm 50mm 50mm 90mm 105mm 110mm
    Cutting Range Below 0.8mm Below 1.0mm Below 1.2mm Below 0.8mm Below 1.0mm Below 1.2mm
    Weight 296g 631g 637g 338g 500g 698g

    Size

    • T-TS-G Tin Snips

    10 inch Tin Snips Size

    • T-TS-A Tin Snips

    12 inch Tin Snips Size

    Tips: What is a Tin Snips Used for?
    Tin snips are used for cutting sheet metals and other thin but hard materials that have various sizes and shapes to the required size. It is an ideal tool for professional metal workers and amateurs. Tin snips are commonly used for working around the house, such as cutting metals of furniture, fences and roofs as well as cutting leathers, plastics, and carpets. Some types of tin snip can be used for cutting iron gauze that are heavier metals with its tough blades. Tin snips are extremely suitable for cutting lighter mental such as copper and aluminum as well. However, it is worth paying attention to is that tin snips are not allowed to cut larger diameter or hardened steel wires and screws because they will damage blade edges of tin snips so that influence the usage of next time. Generally, the bigger the blade of tin snips, the thicker the metal that can be cut. Therefore, you could select a suitable tin snips according to the size of metal sheets.

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