A crimping tool is a device used to conjoin two pieces of metal by deforming one or both of them in a way that causes them to hold each other. The result of the tool's work is called a crimp. A good example of crimping is the process of affixing a connector to the end of a cable.
What is wire stripping in banking?
2. | Wire stripping: managing compliance risk Wire stripping is the deliberate act of changing or removing material information from wire payments or instructions, thereby making it difficult to identify and restrict payments to and from sanctioned parties or countries.
What is the use of long nose pliers?
Some models have a cutting tool at the tip, especially for cutting wires and electrical work. Although they're commonly used to cut and bend small wires and electrical wiring, needle-nose pliers have other uses, as well. They can bend, cut and grip where fingers and other tools are too big or clumsy.