Wire wrapping is a fun, creative process that allows you to create your own unique piece of jewelry. It requires patience, skill, and precision – but it has never been easier with Xuron® tools! In this blog post we will discuss the different Xuron® tools for wire wrapping and give some tips on which ones work best and how to use them to produce beautiful pieces with ease! And finally, we’ll mention a couple of non-Xuron products that are also worth checking out.
Xuron® model railroad wiring tools are designed for the hobbyist, whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out.
From wire stripper to pliers, flush cutters and track cutters, Xuron Corp. offers what you need to make your layout look great and be fully functional.
Cable Ties, also known as tie wraps or zip ties, are commonly used in the industrial sector for bundling wire, cable and cords to keep them neat and organized. Consumers also regularly use them to secure totes, luggage and retail items. Their strength makes them appealing, but when cut without the right tool, it’s easy to cut or scratch yourself with a sharp edge. Our Cable Tie Cutter makes the task easier and safer.
Cable ties should always be cut flush to the termination point, leaving no spike on the cut end. This is especially important in a manufacturing environment. The spike is what could cause scratches or cuts to people doing wire and cable work.
Xuron Corporation’s Model 2275 Cable Tie Cutter offers an effective and safe solution for cutting plastic and nylon cable ties up to 7 mm wide. And, it leaves a nice flat cut on the cable tie.
Three tools no model railroader should be without are a good serrated pliers, a Micro-Shear® flush cutter, and a trustworthy, precise track cutter. Wouldn’t you agree?
And there’s never been a better time to lay your hands on all three than right now!
Xuron Corporation’s Micro-Shear® Flush Cutters are categorized by Series – each having their own unique features and benefits. Here, we will introduce you to our LX Series Micro-Shear® Flush Cutters and identify how they differentiate from our other cutters.