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Beadsmith 5 Piece Ergonomic Plier Set

Added 30 Jul 2017

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Beadsmith 5 piece ergonomic plier set. The pliers are about 13cm in total length (except for the side cutters, which are about 12cm). The set contains one pair of each of the following:

Chain Nose — the jaws of chain nose pliers are both semi-circular and meet along the flat edge. The width is largest near the pivot and tapers to a point at the tip. They are typically used to create angled bends in wire, close bead tips, open and close jump rings, and form loops.

Round Nose — like chain nose pliers, the jaw width is largest near the pivot and tapers to a point at the tip, but they differ in that both jaws are circular. These essential pliers have a variety of uses, such as: creating loops, eye pins, clasps and jump rings, coils and curved bends.

Side Cutter — these feature jaws that are angled and pointed so that they are nearly parallel to the handles, which makes the cut to the side of the cutter. These standard wire cutters are suitable for Tiger Tail, headpins, eyepins, and soft wire. They are NOT suitable for cutting memory wire, flex-wire, or steel wire.

Flat Nose — this style features two flat jaws which are used for gripping and holding wire and creating wider and broader angular bends, as well as flattening and straightening metal. They are also quite useful for opening and closing jump rings.

Bent Chain Nose — the jaws of chain nose pliers are both semi-circular and meet along the flat edge. The width is largest near the pivot and tapers to a point at the tip. Bent chain nose pliers have a 45 degree bend for getting into tight places. They are typically used to create angled bends in wire, close bead tips, open and close jump rings and form loops and can also be used for picking up small parts, and opening and closing jump rings.

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