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  • How to Sharpen Curved Scissors
    July 16, 2021

    How to Sharpen Curved Scissors

    For curved scissors, when you clamp the scissors, one blade will curve down and around the wheel and the other blade curves up and away from the wheel. This makes curved shears a little intimidating to sharpen but with a...

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  • Sharpening Training with Wolff Industries, Inc.
    June 11, 2021

    Sharpening Training with Wolff Industries, Inc.

    I wanted to take a moment to highlight a couple of the ways you can receive sharpening training from Wolff Industries, Inc. Our goal is to support the sharpening industry by developing the best sharpening machines on the market, providing...

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  • How Scissors Are Made | American-Made Stainless Steel Scissors
    April 13, 2021

    How Scissors Are Made | American-Made Stainless Steel Scissors

    Wolff Industries, Inc. is the only company making industrial, plastic handle, stamped shears in the United States. The company produces these scissors at their Wolff Indiana, LLC. manufacturing facility in Columbus, Indiana. To make strong, industrial-strength, food-grade safe shears, the...

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  • Where to Find Our Product Manuals
    November 20, 2020

    Where to Find Our Product Manuals

    I wanted to provide a quick reference to where you can find all of our product manuals. We provide these manuals for free to anyone who wants to read them before purchasing a machine or for anyone who has lost...

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  • How We Define Sharpening Angles
    November 6, 2020

    How We Define Sharpening Angles

    The most common angle for the bevel on industrial scissors is 35° and on our Wolff® and KAI® shears, this angle is printed on the blade for easy reference. This is the angle that you set on your clamp to sharpen...

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  • How to Sharpen Pinking Shears
    May 18, 2020

    How to Sharpen Pinking Shears

    Pinking shears were designed to help keep natural fiber, woven fabric from fraying. This type of scissors may or may not cut man-made fibers. Pinking shears' teeth are cut at a slight angle allowing them to be opened and closed....

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  • My Scissors are Sharp. Now What?
    September 9, 2019

    My Scissors are Sharp. Now What?

    Your scissors are now very sharp. Close them several times normally, wipe clean, and test as follows: Pinking Shears: 1 to 2 layers, 8 to 11 oz. double knit cloth Kitchen Shears: 3 to 4 layers, 8 to 11 oz....

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