Facom 110 mm Electronic Cutters
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Facom Micro-Tech Small Thin Cutters
This Micro-Tech series of small mesh cutters from Facom benefits from an exceptionally thin diagonal head (8 mm joint), which enables easy access to components and better visibility for work on high density circuits.
Types available are:
205-4813 - 405.8MT, 110 mm Semi-Flush Cutters, Copper and Nickel Ø: 0.2 - 1mm, Fe 30 HRc diam. 0,5mm
205-4829 - 406.8MT, 110 mm Semi-Flush Cutters, Copper and Nickel Ø: 0.1 – 1mm
205-4835 - 407.8MT, 110 mm Super Full Flush Cutters, Copper and Nickel Ø: 0.1 – 1mm
These Micro-Tech cutters features a flush cut that cuts through soft to medium hard wires quickly and efficiently. These cutters are able to cut through copper and nickel. Micro-Tech tools are specially designed by Facom for better gripping, cutting and handling of small components.
Features and Benefits:
Overall length: 110mm
Flush edge for quick and effective cutting
NF ISO 9654, ISO 9654, DIN ISO 9654, ASME B107.500
Cutters are hand tools used to cut through wires and are available in a range of shapes and sizes to suit a variety of tasks and applications. The most common type of cutter head is oval, tapered and angled. The type of cut produced depends on the bevel of the cutter. Semi-flush cutters are more durable and produce a quick cut rough rougher edges, whereas an ultra-flush bevel will produce a much cleaner cut but is susceptible to damage. Cutters are commonly used in applications such as:
What material is this cutter suitable with?
This cutter is suitable for use with soft to medium hard materials such as copper wire and nickel.
What is the maximum size diameter this cutter will cut?
These cutters can be used to cut wire up to 1mm
What sizes of Cutters are available?
Cutters come in a variety of sizes ranging from 110mm to 280mm (overall length). These cutters have an overall length of 110mm.
If a model type comes in different lengths, the jaws will be the same length but the handles will be either shorter or longer. They are usually light in weight due to the fact they are carried around a lot but heavier types with a wide jaw and thick blades are able to cut thicker wires.
Care and maintenance
Do not force cutters to cut through material that is too hard for them as it can damage the blades by chipping or blunting them. These hand tools can be cleaned with soap and water, especially the blades, to remove dirt which could cause issues with the joints and encourage corrosion.
|Type||Electronics Diagonal Cutters|
|Overall Length||110 mm|
|Maximum Cutting Capacity||1.0mm|