Tools and Equipment
Irwin Tools introduces 4-point snap blade
August 17, 2011 By Alyssa Dalton
August 17, 2011 – Irwin Tools has developed a new 4-point snap blade that snaps on the score to create four cutting points, doubling the number of cuts made by standard carbon blades, it says. According to Irwin, a main benefit of the blade is that it gives tradesmen instant access to a sharp new point without the hassle of having to constantly change blades. In addition, the four notches on the blade’s top edge allow for full blade extension, regardless of how many of the tips have been snapped off, says Irwin.
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