Original Press Release
Aven's Extra Large Wire Cutter is Suited for Heavy-Duty Tasks
Press release date: April 29, 2011
ANN ARBOR, MI - An extra large wire cutter with oval jaws is the latest addition to an extensive Accu-Cut line of professional-grade hand tools from Aven, Inc.
The 15mm semi-flush blades have an edge bevel that produces a small pinch on the tip of snipped wires. They can handle soft copper wire up to 1.9mm in diameter.
This heavy-duty tool, like three dozen other task-tailored Accu-Cut Cutters and Pliers manufactured in the United States, is designed for electronics fabricators, telecom technicians, skilled trades specialists and repair personnel. It can trim wire harnesses, aerospace connections and other metal leads.
High-grade carbon steel assures long-use durability for hundreds of thousands of cuts, while dual leaf springs provide smooth, consistent operation. Ergonomic handles have cushioned safety grips that help avoid electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage to electronics.
In addition to industrial and technology applications, the 140mm-long tool (5.5 inches) is practical for jewelry design, stringed instrument work, model building and crafts using memory wire. The 15mm-wide head offers expanded cutting range.
"Our premium tools uphold the same levels of quality, dependability and value as Aven optical instruments, inspection equipment and other precision items," says Mike Shahpurwala, president of the 28-year-old company based in Michigan.
For more information, call Aven at (734) 973-0099. A digital catalog is at aveninc.com.
Aven, Inc. manufactures and distributes high-performance precision tools and optical systems for industrial, scientific, research and education applications. More than 750 products include video inspection systems, integrated portable microscopes, video borescopes, task lights, stainless steel tools for lab use and precision hand tools such as tweezers, pliers, cutters, screwdrivers, crimpers, knives and alignment tools. Brands include Mighty Scope, iLoupe, iVue and Athlet.