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5 inch Polishing Carbon Steel Jewelry Pliers, Round Nose Pliers, for Jewelry Making Supplies, 125mm (B032W)

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  • Gunmetal 5 inch Polishing Carbon Steel Jewelry Pliers, Round Nose Pliers, for Jewelry Making Supplies, Black, Gunmetal, about 12.5cm long
    Gunmetal 5 inch Polishing Carbon Steel Jewelry Pliers, Round Nose Pliers, for Jewelry Making Supplies, Black, Gunmetal, about 12.5cm long
    Gunmetal 5 inch Polishing Carbon Steel Jewelry Pliers, Round Nose Pliers, for Jewelry Making Supplies, Black, Gunmetal, about 12.5cm long
    Gunmetal 5 inch Polishing Carbon Steel Jewelry Pliers, Round Nose Pliers, for Jewelry Making Supplies, Black, Gunmetal, about 12.5cm long
    Gunmetal 5 inch Polishing Carbon Steel Jewelry Pliers, Round Nose Pliers, for Jewelry Making Supplies, Black, Gunmetal, about 12.5cm long

    01 Gunmetal

    SKU: P035Y

    US $0.81

    US $0.76

  • Platinum Carbon Steel Jewelry Pliers, Round Nose Plier, Black Handle, Polishing, Platinum, 125mm
    Platinum Carbon Steel Jewelry Pliers, Round Nose Plier, Black Handle, Polishing, Platinum, 125mm
    Platinum Carbon Steel Jewelry Pliers, Round Nose Plier, Black Handle, Polishing, Platinum, 125mm

    03 Platinum

    SKU: P035Y-P

    US $1.03

    US $0.98

Description

5 inch Polishing Carbon Steel Jewelry Pliers, Round Nose Pliers, for Jewelry Making Supplies, 125mm

So called inch Carbon Steel Jewelry Pliers for Jewelry Making Supplies, Round Nose Pliers inch means that the tong head is cone. It is used to bend sheet metal or metal wire into the roundness. It is one of essential tools for jewelry making. You may fascinated by these versatile and attractive Carbon Steel Jewelry Pliers for Jewelry Making Supplies, Round Nose Pliers.

Jewelry pliers are necessary and useful tools for jewelry making or jewelry repairing projects. In this tutorial, we'll show you different kinds of jewelry pliers and their usages, so that you can easily choose the right one.

Chain nose pliers - feature flat inner jaws that provide a secure grip in flattening crimps and holding small findings or components such as jump rings, head pins and ear wires. The thin tapered nose make it handy to manipulate small items. With the curve on the outside of the pliers jaw, you can make small loops and curves on the wire.

  • Grasping Small Parts
  • Open Jump Rings

Flat nose pliers - feature large rectangular surfaces on the the jaw tips, giving you a stronger grip when grasping small parts. They are the perfect assistant to hold the jump ring wire firmly when you open the jump ring with chain nose pliers. What's worth noting is that flat nose pliers with nylon jaws will not mar and scratch your wire when bending, shaping and straightening it.

  • Open Jump Rings
  • Shaping Wire

Needle nose pliers - also known as long chain nose pliers, have an exceptionally long nose, which makes it easy for them to get into small areas that are difficult to reach with fingers or other means.

Bent nose pliers - also known as bent chain nose pliers, are ideal for reaching into difficult and hard points. With the curved end design, you can grab small accessories from the desktop easily and firmly. It's the perfect assistant to open jump rings with chain nose pliers for work. Meanwhile, the curved angle design means you can see what you're doing without blocking your view.

  • Open Jump Rings
  • Shaping Wire

Side cutting pliers - feature an angled edge, when you press the handle, it will apply a great cutting force to the wire to separate the wire apart easily, used for cutting chains, eye pins, head pins, guitar strings, soft wire such as copper wire, aluminum wire and soft-alloy wire.

  • Cutting Wire
  • Cutting Chains

End cutting pliers - also known as end nippers. With flush ends, these pliers allow you to cut wire close to any surface, used for pulling nails or brads out of hardwood or flooring, also used for cutting soft cord or various soft wires such as copper wire, steel wire, iron wire, aluminum wire.

  • Pulling out Nails
  • Cutting Cord

Round nose pliers - feature smooth tapered cone jaws, perfect for wire wrapping and making eye pins, loops, earrings, jump rings, coils, but not fit for grasping small parts.

Wire looping pliers - also known as bail making pliers, feature multiple sized rings made in a single pair of pliers. As an example, you can make 6 different sized round loops easily with just one pair of 6-in-1 bail making pliers.

Wire looping pliers can be used to bend and shape wires to the size you need to customize your jewelry and accessories without marring your wire, perfect for making jump rings, bails, ear hook, S-hooks or other jewelry making findings.

  • Creating S-Hooks
  • Bending Copper Wires
  • Making Eye Pins

Split Ring Pliers

Split ring pliers - are designed to open the split rings more easily without distortion. Use this tool to save your fingernails and energy.

How to Use: Place the split ring on the straight jaw and then close the pliers. The hook jaw will make your split ring open. You can slide charms, clasps or other accessories you like into your split rings easily.

Crimping Pliers

Crimping pliers are specifically used to create rounded and secure crimps, instead of just flattening the crimp bead with regular pliers. This tool adopts two-step process, the first step is to separate the beading wire and the second is to close the crimp beads tightly with a professional finish.

How to Use: Place the split ring on the straight jaw and then close the pliers. The hook jaw will make your split ring open. You can slide charms, clasps or other accessories you like into your split rings easily.

There are other types of jewelry pliers available on our website, such as hole punch pliers and snap fastener pliers.

If you receive a pair of jewelry pliers that look like the picture below, please rest assured that it's not rusty and doesn't affect normal use. It's because the surface of the pliers is coated with anti-rust oil during the manufacturing process, which can be easily wiped off with a rag.