Angled fiber cleaver

Aug. 1, 1998

Angled fiber cleaver

The Oxford afc-2008 angled fiber cleaver has a stapler-like action. The fiber is placed in a large groove and set against a scale to give accurate cutting length. When the cleaver is closed, it clamps, tensions, and shears the fiber. A diamond blade then slices into the fiber at an angle to score the sheared fiber, which cleaves to give an 8 end angle, reducing backreflection to less than -60 dB.

sira Ltd.

Maidstone, Kent, UK

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