|Part Number||95 61 190 US|
|Item Weight||2.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 2.4 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||95 61 190 US|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
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9561-712 Wire Rope Cutter 95 61 190 - 7-1/2 In
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- For medium hard wire up to 6 mmdia, e.g. Bowden cords, but also for cables and steel rods
- With opening spring and locking lever.
- Cutting edges additionally induction hardened.
- Special blade geometry prevents the wire rope fanning out.
- Item Weight 0.71 lbs.
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For a clean cut when working with all types of wire rope, look no further than the innovative Knipex wire rope cutter. This 7-1/2-inch model (95 61 190) cuts wire rope without fanning or splaying the ends, and it's ideal for cutting thicker wire rope — up to 1/4-inch. Fully forged from chrome vanadium heavy duty steel, this wire rope cutter also features precise crimping capabilities for end caps on Bowden cable sheaths and end ferrules for wire rope.
The smooth cutting capability is due to the unique shape of the cutting edges. The tool's induction hardened blades not only surround the workpiece but also overlap to provide a sheer cut, preventing wire rope from flattening, fanning, and splaying. The high leverage design require little hand force and provides a mechanical advantage to achieve an easier cut. The plastic-coated non-slip handles provide a secure grip in all applications. An internal opening spring helps reduce hand fatigue, while a handle lock keeps the handle in the closed position keeps the tool in the closed position during transport.
Quality in Every Detail
Sometimes we give our pliers a really hard time. We try to destroy them to find out what makes them good and long-lasting. Because we don't want to leave anything to chance, we take a long, careful look.
The steel Knipex uses is precisely hardened with a maximum of 0.8 percent carbon and defined parts of chromium and vanadium, guaranteeing optimum cutting performance and service life — even though it requires special production and costs a bit more. But our high product demands require this.
The rivet of our high-leverage diagonal cutter also has to stand up to a lot of stress. That's why we literally give it backup: we forge it straight onto the pliers. This means extra effort as we have to precision mill the rivet to a few hundredth millimeters. But satisfied users are worth this effort.
Knipex also looks closely at the small details. The angles, the sharpness, the hardness, the toughness of the cutting edges. The precision and smooth movement of the joint. The handle design and the finish. We keep reviewing these subjects, we research, we test, and we improve our pliers.
Headquartered in Wuppertal, Germany, Knipex is an independently-owned family enterprise steeped in tradition and specializing in the manufacturing of high-quality pliers. It all started back in 1882 when C. Gustav Putsch set up his own forge shop in Cronenberg (now a suburb of Wuppertal), and the company is now run by a fourth generation of that family. The world's leading brand in pliers today, Knipex is focused on the performance, service life, and ergonomics of its tools in order to meet the high expectations of professional users.
95 61 190 Wire Rope Cutters
At a Glance
- Induction hardened blades overlap to provide a sheer cut
- Comfortable work thanks to slim design and internal opening spring
- No splaying or fanning of the wire rope
- Opening spring ideal for repetitive work
- Bolted joint for precise blade guidance, readjustable
- Crimping capabilities
- Chrome vanadium heavy-duty steel, forged and oil-hardened
- Cutting capacity: Up to 9/32-inch for multi-conductor cable; 1/4-inch for wire rope; 7/64-inch nail and wire pin; 7/64-inch spring steel wire
- Length: 7-1/2 inches
- Weight: 11 ounces
- Handles: Plastic coated
Top Customer Reviews
with the product. I was replacing some (braided wire) shrouds and stays (the wires that hold the mast up on a sailboat), and nothing but a good specialty tool will do...anything else just frays the wire ends badly. The Knipex cutters are great. they cut cleanly, so the wire ends are easy to insert into the sleeves that are used to complete the rigging. I recommend this product.
The cutter left a clean, diagonal cut, with less than 1/4" of cable exposed beyond the railing end post. If you need a flush cut, this tool may not be for you. The instructions for the railing called for grinding off the excess cable. But the exposed ends were short enough that they fit under the decorative end caps, so I opted to forego the grinding.
MORE INFORMATION on Kinpex Wire Rope Cutters: Before you buy.
Here is a link to the Kinpex company video on how to use this tool. It also contains information not in the product description.
There are two very similar Kinpex wire rope cutters. This is the less costly version. The other one has red and blue handles. http://www.amazon.com/95-62-190-SBA-Comfort/dp/B005EXOYXC/ref=sr_1_2?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1361222282&sr=1-2&keywords=knipex+wire+rope+cutter
In the video Kinpex says it is ergonomically designed to reduce hand fatigue. I cannot confirm this, had I know before I probably would have paid the few extra dollars for that model.
The Crimper feature on these cutters (according to the video) are for "end caps and end ferrules" which keep cable strands from unwinding and splaying. THESE CRIMPERS DO NOT WORK ON ALUMINUM AND COPPER FERRULES FOR LOOPS AND SPLICES. Like "steel cable" and "wire rope" there's some confusion here. Swaging is the general term for squeezing together the ferrules to make loops and splices. (I didn't know this and thought I'd find out if for 1/16" wire rope I might not need the extra tool. Hopefully I'll save somebody this step.) It also makes very quick and clean cuts of small diameter rope, string, and bungee cords.
I've bootlegged wire rope cuts a dozen different ways--nothing is as clean as this tool. For piano wire 1/16" it's a little cleaner than using a bolt cutter, the cut edges are not square--more similar to bolt cutter marks, pinched with a ridge in the middle. For a lot of piano wire cutting the much smaller size of this tool is a plus.
Now off to find a swaging tool.....(And there are three kinds of swaging tools, one type for copper pipe, another for what we're talking about here....My head's spinnning.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it really does the job. cuts wire rope without fraying the ends.Published 2 months ago by Nicholas G. Pappas
Bought these to cut through seals at work but they don't cut through them. I got complaints from other people at work who used them and said that they didn't work for them,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by 2BoysMom
Tool was WELL worth the money for a deck railing project using 1/8" stainless steel wiring. Cut wire VERY cleanly, with NO fraying, and with little effort. Read morePublished 6 months ago by thesmalls
The handles need to be a little longer. Too much effort is required to cut 3/16" wire rope. It does make a clean cut.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Works as described makes clean cut on 3/16 cable takes two hands but works greatPublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
These were a gift for my husband. One of the guys that used to work with him had these. The guy quit and he wanted a pair just like them because they worked so well. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Joan
This is quite possibly one of the best tools I own. I had tried bolt cutters, chop saw, taping the cable before cutting and also a wire cutter from a big box store. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Michael G.