To cut composite-grade materials is a very difficult task. These 11" shears are meant for clean long cuts into sailcloth, rope, canvas, leather, plastic, silk, cotton, nylon and other knitted fabrics. The blade angle and grinding is what sets them apart from competitors. The handles are right hand friendly and comfortable. It is an excellent shear for marine, clothing, electrical, cabling, upholstery, safety, and construction industries.
Sailcloth manufacturers, sail makers, riggers and rope manufacturers around in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe use these shears in their daily projects to cut fabric, thin ropes, sleeves and tapes.
Fabricators who use fiberglass and carbon fiber materials have replaced their current shears in favor of these heavy duty shears. Fabric using variety of composite materials prefer these shears over competition as we have experienced while acquiring new customers.
This family of shears consists of 9" (ATi-807), 10" (ATi-808) and 11" (ATi-809) shears; in sizes suitable for your application.
Micro-serrated blade for gripping materials during cut
Sharp blade to shear fabric easily
Non-serrated blade can be sharpened to extend life
Extended tang for durability and efficient force transfer
Adjustable pivot point to modify blades tension
Thermo-plastic elastomer handles for a comfortable non-slip grip
Right hand friendly (left hand shears in concept stages)
DuPont™, Kevlar® and Nomex® are registered trademarks of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company or its affiliates.
- Marine (high mass fiber weaves, sails, ropes, rigging)
Electrical (data cables, controls, insulation, felt)
Aviation (fiberglass, carbon fiber and composites)
Avionics (fiber cable, Kevlar shields)
Security (helmets, body armor, ballistic fabric, panels, gloves, jackets)
Upholstery (leather, leatherette)
Arts and Crafts
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