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Demo Video: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AynxZKUicTU Bolton Tools - HS-800 - 32" Hand Shear]
 
Demo Video: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AynxZKUicTU Bolton Tools - HS-800 - 32" Hand Shear]
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=Guide=
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'''PLEASE READ BEFORE USING'''
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This tool is strictly for cutting the following materials:
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*Aluminum, Brass, Copper sheet - 18 gauge - 0.05 inch
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*Mild steel sheet - 18 gauge - 0.05 inch
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'''This tool should NOT be used to cut the following:'''
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*Material thicker than 18 gauge
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*Bar stock, round tubing, or anything other than sheet
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*Hardened or stainless steel sheet
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'''Tips:'''
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*You can use C clamps to clamp the sheet on the frame.
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*'''BEWARE''' of pinch points on the shear where your fingers can get caught.
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*'''USE GLOVES'''. Cut sheet metal will be razor sharp!!
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*'''GO SLOW'''. The shear will have a tendency to bite and suck the sheet in
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and cut a curve.

Revision as of 18:08, 15 December 2018

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Model#: HS-800

Acquired from Bolton Group (product page here)

Bed width: 31 1/2""

Maximum shear mild steel thickness: 16 gauge

Packing size: 44" x 11.8" x 29.2"

Demo Video: Bolton Tools - HS-800 - 32" Hand Shear

Guide

PLEASE READ BEFORE USING

This tool is strictly for cutting the following materials:

  • Aluminum, Brass, Copper sheet - 18 gauge - 0.05 inch
  • Mild steel sheet - 18 gauge - 0.05 inch

This tool should NOT be used to cut the following:

  • Material thicker than 18 gauge
  • Bar stock, round tubing, or anything other than sheet
  • Hardened or stainless steel sheet

Tips:

  • You can use C clamps to clamp the sheet on the frame.
  • BEWARE of pinch points on the shear where your fingers can get caught.
  • USE GLOVES. Cut sheet metal will be razor sharp!!
  • GO SLOW. The shear will have a tendency to bite and suck the sheet in

and cut a curve.