A homeowner who is responsible for normal maintenance of his house is often regarded by the environment as a more or less driven carpenter. But the fact is that the "home sniper" is often much more than that. For further reflection, masonry and painting are often typical jobs for villa and townhouse owners. Almost as common is the metalwork. Even a wooden house construction has more sheet metal details than one often thinks. Therefore, one or a pair of sheet metal scissors are important tools in a well-versed home workshop.
When the professional sheetmaker cuts in a sheet with the same ease the amateur cuts paper, this is not just a matter of landing or daily workout for a long time. It largely depends on using the correct scissors for the correct plate. As in any other craft context, this profession also applies to sheet metal work. But, of course, home craftsmen will apply it with the utmost reason. Since metal-scissors are not particularly cheap, there is no need to get a set of "because they are good to have."
Only when you really need a sheet of sausage should you consider getting it and then be sure say that it can be used several times. There is seldom reason to buy a precious scissors for, to say, a single clip. In such a situation, it may be a cheaper solution to hire a professional sheetmaker or to outsource the work in question to a workshop.
Nobody learns how many different types of hand shafts for sheet metal and other metal available. A fairly ordinary tool catalog takes up the 50's and it goes without saying that there are only a few of these in the home town. Therefore, it is important to choose types that can be used in as many contexts as possible.
If you are not specially interested in working with leather, there is hardly any reason to pay the quadruple price for a so-called strip shawl when a hobbysax, which also prevails on metal wire and ink, as well, the few leather clips that you may need to do at the moment can be done.
Another thing to be careful about is the quality. A handshake that is not in the long run for what it is intended for is a bad investment.
Flat shafts can vary widely in size. Among these examples, the hobby axis is no more than 140 millimeters while the reinforcement steel ax is almost ten times larger. The price differentials are also large, from a few tens to a few thousand crowns and more.
Stainless steel hobbysaxen (1) has a slightly toothed cut, spring between the legs and locking device.
Goldsmithsaxes (2) that can have straight or bent cutters are intended for thin brass sheet.
The wire saws (3) have handles with grooved grip. Because it is also softly springy, it is handicapped-friendly. The sheets are made of stainless steel. The scissors are mainly intended for telephone wire and the like. The leaves may be faced and one of them toothed. The scissors fit both right and left hand. The same applies to Kraftsaxen (4), which intersects steel strips and thin sheets. Thumbs can be used in strong hands with strong clips.
Both the handpiece shears (5) and the hole shears (6) have induction-cured, shiny cut and open shards. Both are in grades 50, 80 and 120. Both (7) and (8) are so-called fasonsaxar. The former is intended for thinner sheet, the latter for up to 1.5 mm sheet and in a stainless steel grade grade. Even (9) is a fasonsax, but it has a significantly shorter cut and is equipped with gear, spring and locking lever. It can cut iron plate up to 1.6 mm and stainless steel.
The roof tile (10) is a so-called crossover. The nibble shoulder (11) is also a sheet saw. It has a gearbox, two fixed overcurrent and a toothed, movable underside of chrome-plated steel. All the cutters are interchangeable. With this scissor, you can cut both straight and fused sections without deforming the sheet. It is also provided with a protection that prevents cutting, nibbling sheet splatters against the face.
The wiper blade (12) is even more advanced. It has a special cut which makes it cut in both sheet metal and flat, corrugated or irregular shape. As soon as you cut, the trimmed sheet strip rolls so that the hand is left free. Bandjärnssaxen (13) is available in many different models. This is of a simpler type and can be used for, for example, thinner sheets. Other models have specially designed jaws that keep even tensioned band ends so that they can not bend and cause damage.
Bultsaxen (14) is available in several sizes. Just this has center cutters, but sideskar is also available. The largest type of just this model cuts a whole 13 millimeter bolt. But there are bunches that can handle about 20 millimeters. The bultsaxen (15) has side shovels and gearboxes and also handle 11 millimeters or 2x8 millimeters reinforcement iron. Other scissor tools, which are not included in the picture, are the reinforcement steel shears, which have a cutting capacity of 16 millimeters and which can also be used for bending. Wire saws in the year another hard-wearing, flat-steel cable steel cable. For this tool you should use a wiretape wound around the cutting position and the obstacle warp will be repaired.
A standard saw has the cutters designed so that it can cut in a right turn, in addition to straight cut. But there are also sk. left scissors.
Quality 50 refers to scissors for easier work in sheet metal with tensile strength up to about 590 N / mm2, which corresponds to 60 kp / mm2. The shades on these scissors are green-painted.
Quality 80 refers to professional-purpose scissors for sheet metal with a tensile strength up to approximately 1175 N / mm2, equivalent to 120 kp / m 2. The legs on these scissors are blue-lacquered. Quality 120 refers to scissors for stainless steel with a tensile strength up to about 1175 N / m m2, equivalent to 120 kp / m m2. The shanks on these scissors are red-painted.