There are two main points of the concept of design of majority safety cutters: one is the retractable blade safety cutter, in which safety mechanism must be deliberately been activated by the user by with drawing the thumb off the slider. Only then the blade retracts on contact loss with the material automatically into the knife body. Another one is a concealled blade design. A cutting gap which is less than 7mm and the fingers cannot touch the blade.
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HEWER, a well-known industrial safety cutting tool brand, is committed to making cutting operations more efficient, precise and safe with creativity and cutting-edge technology
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HEWER understand the predicament and care the people lives, we design and manufacture a variety of safety cutting tool, including safety cutters, deburring knives, ceramic cutters and safety scissors with our partners in worldwide.
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It was a good opportunity for HEWER to introduce our safety cutting tools in Japan
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IFSEC International, the UK & Europe's leading security event has finished in June at ExCeL London from June 18th to 20th. 27,000 security professionals gathered and shared the latest security technology in the show.
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In Thailand, Ministry of Labour By the Institute for Promoting Safety, Occupational Health and Working Environment (Public Organization) in collaboration with the Safety and Health at Work Promotion Association (Thailand), designated the 33rd National Occupational Safety and Health Administration, during 4 - 6 July 2019 at BITEC Bangna Exhibition and Convention Center. Bangkok.
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While you may have personal preferences for different reasons, the functionality of a serrated blade versus a straight-edged blade really depends on what you’re using it for. So, if you’re thinking about what type of blade you’re like to get, here are some pros and cons about serrated, straight and partially serrated blades.
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Deburring drilled holes is essential to the manufacturing process. Burrs that aren’t cleaned up can cause part failure by breaking off and clogging or damaging a part or an assembly or by cutting a wire or an O-ring that’s passed through a bore.
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