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General Design and Components Of Scissor

  1. Blades:

    • Material: Typically made of high-quality stainless steel, Japanese steel, or cobalt steel for enhanced sharpness and durability.
    • Length: Generally range from 4.5 to 8 inches (11.5 to 20 cm), with 5.5 to 6.5 inches being the most common for versatility.
    • Edges: The cutting edges are extremely sharp to ensure a clean cut. There are two main types of edges:
      • Convex Edge: Known for its razor-sharpness, allowing for smooth, precise cuts. Preferred for advanced cutting techniques.
      • Beveled Edge: Durable and suitable for various cutting techniques, though not as sharp as convex edges.
  2. Handles:

    • Material: Made from metal, sometimes coated with plastic or rubber for additional comfort.
    • Design: Ergonomically shaped to reduce hand fatigue, often featuring offset handles where one handle is longer than the other. This design promotes a more natural hand position.
    • Finger Rest (Tang): A small protrusion on the handle where the little finger rests to provide additional control and comfort during cutting.
  3. Pivot:

    • Tension Screw: The blades are connected at the pivot point by a tension screw, which can be adjusted to modify the tension and smoothness of the cut. High-quality scissors often feature a ball bearing tension system for a smoother action.

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