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A nibbler is a sheet metal cutting device that quickly rotates a punch to quickly remove tiny pieces of metal. A variety of sheet materials, including steel, aluminium, stainless steel, copper, fibreglass, plastic, and soft materials like paper or thin cardboard, can be cut through with this continuous motion.
Nibblers, which are typically used to cut sheet metal, have both commercial and industrial uses. In the 1980s, the aviation sector made extensive use of nibblers.
The Global Nibbler metal cutter market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Perfect examples of this include the Metabo NIV 18 LTX BL 1.6 cordless nibbler and the SCV 18 LTX BL 1.6 cordless sheet shears from LANXESS.
These products have been included in the assortment of cordless cutting tools offered by the professional power tool manufacturer based in Nürtingen.
polyamide 6 Durethan materials are used to create the housing shells, as well as the upper and bottom shells of the batteries, for both tools.
These injection moulding compounds make it possible to produce intricate, small, and highly functional housing parts that are lightweight, durable enough to handle daily chores, and also aesthetically pleasing.
Weight reductions to support more battery cells: For instance, the 18V battery’s black top shell is constructed from Durethan BKV50H2.0EF, a flow-optimised polyamide 6 with a 50% weight-to-glass fibre ratio.
Bright red and green: The battery’s lower casing is made of injection-moulded Durethan BKV30Q. The standard compound had an advantage over other compounds due to its red colour, good surface quality, and cost-effective processability in addition to its mechanical qualities.
The impact-resistant modified Durethan BKV130CS used in the device housing, on the other hand, is used to make the slender and high-grip half-shells.
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