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CUTTING


End or Top Cutters, Heavy Duty


Cutters for end castings, sprues, memory wire, watch mesh (milanais) bracelets and rod ends.


• Our end cutters are popular as they can cut close to work, making them great for precision cutting


• Multi leverage with return spring in handles • Most popular with precious metal scrap buyers


Please be advised that cutters are not guaranteed against breakage or damage.


Bergeon Swiss (Jaws 22mm x Length 240mm)


• 8mm cutting length • 8mm wide jaws • Flush cut • Lindstrom 8131


Code P19495 Description Flush Cut (8mm) Lindstrom 8131 EACH


UOM Price £33.75


• Cousins Swiss Style • Superb Swiss quality pliers • Tungsten carbide jaws, heavy duty. Ideal for cutting hard metal such as watch winding stems etc.


• Easy grip handles • Straight end cutting • Polished steel • Box joint • Length 240mm • Spring loaded (double leaf springs)


Code


Bergeon 6496 - Cutters for end castings, sprues, memory wire, watch mesh (milanais) bracelets and rod ends.


• The original mesh bracelet cutter/trimmer used for generations by the top Swiss watch houses


• Hardened steel cutting jaws make a clean cut with one closing action


• The pressure exerted is multiplied many times by the unique lever design


• It therefore requires minimum effort from the user • Approx. cutting capacity: Ø3mm 9ct gold • Semi Flush • Locking System • Length 240mm • Jaws Width 22mm


Code B0139 Description


Bergeon Swiss (Jaws 22mm x Length 240mm)


UOM Price EACH £97.10


Cousins (Jaws 16mm x Length 210mm)


C50139 Description


Cousins Swiss Style (Jaws 22mm x Length 240mm) Tungsten Carbide


UOM Price EACH £59.95


Lindstrom (80-Series) Cutters The technology that truly “started it all”


This Lindstrom 80-Series remains the top choice for the traditional user. This range of cutters offers unsurpassed cutting capacity covering a wide range of wire dimensions and types.


Cuts: • Micro Bevel Cut • Flush Cut • Ultra Flush Cut • See PDF for full explanation and pictures


Handling: • All cutters from the 80-Series are equipped with a precision screw joint


• This minimizes friction • Maximizes alignment of cutting edges


Hardness: • Lindstrom guarantee 63 to 65 Rockwell hardness


• Lindstrom state that their cutters are suitable for copper wire from Ø0.1 to Ø1.0mm. This can be used as a guide for other materials


• Cutters are industry standard and are not suitable for cutting stainless steel


Japanese - Cutters for end castings, sprues, memory wire, watch mesh (milanais) bracelets and rod ends.


• Locking System • Approx. cutting capacity: Ø3mm 9ct Gold • Semi Flush • Length 210mm • Jaw Width 16mm


Specifications: • Cut (Jaw Length) Lindstrom number


Please be advised that cutters are not guaranteed against breakage or damage


Click website “More Information” & “PDFs” for full specification.


Pliers with Plastic Jaws


See Page 943


• 12.5mm cutting length • 12.5mm wide jaws • Flush cut • Lindstrom 8151


Code P19501 Description


Flush Cut (12.5mm) Lindstrom 8151


UOM Price EACH £30.50


• 10mm cutting length • 10mm wide jaws • Flush cut • Lindstrom 8141


Code P19498 Description Flush Cut (10mm) Lindstrom 8141 EACH


UOM Price £28.95


Flush Cut (12.5mm) Lindstrom 8151 Flush Cut (10mm) Lindstrom 8141


• Opening 4mm Code


P5167 Flush Cut (8mm) Lindstrom 8131 Description


Cousins (Jaws 16mm x Length 210mm)


UOM Price EACH £19.95


Cousins Swiss Style (Jaws 22mm x Length 240mm) Tungsten Carbide


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