Wankebao full round punching pliers
A pliers is a hand tool used to hold, fix, or twist, bend, or cut metal wires. The shape of the pliers is V-shaped and usually includes three parts: the handle, the jaws and the jaws. It is generally made of carbon structural steel, first forged and rolled into a shape of a clamp, then subjected to metal cutting such as milling, polishing, and finally heat treatment. The handle of the pliers is designed in the form of a handle, a straight handle, a curved handle and a bow handle. When the clamp is used, it is often in contact with a live conductor such as a wire. Therefore, the handle is generally provided with a protective tube made of an insulating material such as polyvinyl chloride to ensure the safety of the operator.
The punching pliers are composed of a handle, a punching head, a pressing piece and a hole seat. The punching head is connected with one side handle, the hole seat is connected with the other side handle, and the two side handles are riveted together by rivets, and the cross-sectional shape of the punching head is Optionally, the pressing piece and the hole seat are provided with holes corresponding to the shape of the punching head. When the handle is gripped, the punching head can pass through the pressing piece and the hole seat, and the punching head and the hole seat are impacted by the punching head. The hole movement is very convenient and labor-saving.