ULTRAFLUSH CUTTING SHEAR 410A

The Ultraflush cutting shear cuts small or soft material with virtually no "pinch". It leaves a finished or near finished surface. CUT DIFFERS FROM THE 410T only in terms of smoothness, not in terms of how closely it will cut against an adjacent surface.

Xuron ULTRAFLUSH CUTTING SHEAR 410A
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 Xuron Corp. # xur410a
$11.99
 
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Xuron Corp. Item # xur410a
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  • Xuron Product Number: 410A
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Spotlight Review

 
"Perfect for smaller parts"
johniandresen
If you work with 1/72 scale or smaller, these are a must have. Perfect for small parts that you don't have the room to maneuver around without damaging

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Features

  • Micro-shear blade by pass and minimal outside bevel.
  • Light touch spring returns shears to its original position after each use.
  • The orange rubberized handle provides good gripping and comfort for precise control.

Specs

  • Xuron Product Number: 410A

Includes

One 410A Ultraflush Cutting Shear (4")


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Reviews

  
 
"Not the best cutters."
jdunwoody (Erie, Co.)
I bought these shears for the price. Well, I got what I paid for. There are some good points, they are sharp, and comfortable to use. The big problem with mine is the spring that keeps the jaws open wore out after two or three models. They still work, but without the spring to return the jaws open, it makes it hard on the old hand. I will be investing in a better pair.

 
"Cutting Shear"
Neel (Memphis, TN)
Bought more than 2 years ago. Still works perfectly Use only on plastic. You can cut/trim resin parts, but the cut will be very rough and it is hard to achieve a precise cut.

 
"Good,not great..."
Yardbirdandjimih
Seems to cut pretty close on plastic sprues but less so on non-plastic, I.e. rubber kit tires,etc.; tends to leave stubs. Still, a quality choice but I would not use on photo-etched parts.

Comments

Use ONLY on Soft Materials OR it will cause scarring on the edges.

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