Experiment of laboratory tweezers, Physics

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Laboratory tweezers

Very serviceable tweezers can be made from lengths of flexible strap iron used to place around boxes and creates for shipment.

The tweezers shown are about 12 cm in length. The pair shown in diagram a can be made by brazing or riveting two pieces of strap iron jointly and then bending and cutting to the proper shape. Those in diagram b were fashioned from a one 26 cm length of strap iron. The round head was made by pinning the centre of the strip around an iron rod of suitable diameter. The sides were then cut and shaped to size.

 

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