tin snips


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tin snips

Shears with a blunt nose; used for cutting thin sheet metal.
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Circular saw, electric drill, tin snips, tape measure, hammer, framing square, post-hole digger, shovel, and level.
A slot was cut in the tail end and a piece of scrap tin was cut with a tin snips for a rudder.
For tools, you'll need a handsaw, a combination square, a drill, a hammer, a screwdriver, tin snips, and a paintbrush.
Cut the screen to size with tin snips and secure it to the bottom of the 2-by-4s with galvanized staples.
For tools, you'll need a handsaw, combination square, drill, hammer, screwdriver, tin snips, and paintbrush.
With a hacksaw and/or tin snips cut a rectangular window from the can.
You need a permanent felt-tip marker or china marker; a ruler; a piece of 6-inch-wide, 37-inch-long aluminum roof flashing (available at hardware stores and lumberyards); work gloves; tin snips or old scissors; tracing paper; a pencil; a large nail; and masking tape.
You can use a sharp knife, scissors, or tin snips to do the job.
You need a permanent felt-tip marker or china marker; a ruler; a piece of 6-inch-wide, 37-inch-long aluminum roof flashing (about 45^ a foot at hardware stores and lumberyards); work gloves; tin snips (or old scissors); tracing paper; a pencil; a large nail; and masking tape.
We had an old lard can laying around that we cut with tin snips to fit over the top of the coffee can to provide added stability for the water font and insurance against fire.
Tools for assembly are a hacksaw, saber saw, tape measure, string, black marking pen, tin snips, craft knife, and electric drill with 1/4-inch bit.