Sharpening and Sharpening Seminars

Knife Sharpening

Shear sharpening

Shear sharpening

Difference between shears and scissors

    • Scissors “are characterized by two small blades (less than 6 inches long), which are riveted togethe”
    • “The term shears is used to describe scissors that more than 6 inches long. Shears can therefore be thought of as large scissors, which are designed for specific applications.”
    • “One common design difference between a scissor and a shear is that, typically, a shear has a larger handle on either one side. This is so that the user can accommodate more fingers into it, and apply more force needed to cut harder materials.”
    • ”Scissors have symmetrical, equally sized finger holes and are generally under 6“ in blade length, while shears have one smaller finger hole and one larger finger hole and are more than 6” in blade length.”

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