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Tools to cut plastic > Solution Details

Round tip scissors and High Tech Knives

Solution entered: 1/17/2008    Solution updated: 3/2/2008

We recommended round tip scissors and snips and forwarded the message to PFP to see if they had additional ideas. We also recommended Level 6 cut and puncture resistant gloves sold by Hexarmor. Some workers insist the box knife is the best tool for the job. We are looking at higher tech box knives that are safer. Search for "box knives" on the Internet.


SRS wrote back they intended to use a Vice-Grip type tool to hold the material in the bag.
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