JEGS Benchtop Metal Shear [8 in. Blade]
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JEGS 555-81740 Benchtop Metal Shear
The JEGS 81740 Benchtop Metal Shear lets you consistently and accurately cut sheet metal and bar stock. With its 8 in. long blade and throatless design, you can cut any shape without limitation on depth. The long 24 in. long handle provides added leverage to make cutting easy, and the side-mounted vice helps to secure the piece being cut. This tool can be installed on a workbench by the four mounting holes in the base, or clamped in a vice for lighter-duty jobs. Keep this shear on hand to be prepared for your next fabrication project.
JEGS 555-81740 Benchtop Metal Shear Features:
- Features a heavy-duty steel frame that bolts right to your bench top
- Heavy-duty steel base provides a solid mounting point and prevents tool distortion during cuts
- Throatless design has 8” high chrome blades to cut up to 1/4 “ sheet metal and shear up to 1/2 “ round bar
- Tool steel blades stay sharper longer and will cut through thicker material
- Ideal for shearing carbon steel plate and bars, cutting non-ferrous metal, or shearing plastic plate and bar
- Adjustable hold-down plate and top blade make accurate cuts throughout the stroke
- Yellow finish for great looks and long life
- Mounting hole size: 1/2 in.
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