Thursday, September 27, 2018 - 07:46 PM UTC
Meng presents the MENG MTS-035 Precision Flat-tip Tweezers and MTS-036 Precision Pointed Tweezers, specially designed for holding small parts.
These tweezers are made of stainless steel and polished to a mirror finish. The overall hardness of the tweezers is HRC30~35.

The special thickened design can effectively ensure the stability of the tweezers during use. Thanks to the angled front design, the tweezers can hold the parts firmly.
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I'm not entirely sure what these offer over the traditional Dumont style surgical forceps for us. I've used those both in modelling and in surgery for years now and they are certainly useful but coated more abrasive tips are far more useful. The only other thing is even the titanium dumont's are very prone to tip damage and so I tent to get cheaper ones that I can discard without remorse rather than try and re-shape tips with a Dremel wheel; they never come together properly even when refurbished professionally. With all of that said, if they are under $20 or so they are comparable to medium grade ones off of Amazon so would be a worthwhile counterpart.
SEP 28, 2018 - 12:15 AM
This would mean that I no longer have to bother my ophthalmologist for discard tweezers.
SEP 28, 2018 - 10:29 AM

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