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Pliers construction methods


Lap Joint Construction

Handles are formed independently and joined after forging. This method of construction is generally less expensive and produces more economical tools. Good alignment and precision. Some loosening from use can be expected.

Box Joint Construction

At the time of forging, one handle is formed around the other creating a joint referred to as a box. This construction is more expensive to produce, but maintains very good alignment, and longer life precision. The loosening from use is less noticeable in Box Joint Pliers.

Rivet Joint Construction

Handles are formed independently and joined with a rivet, after forging.