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Terminator® gloves have a special palm coating that is impregnated into the knit cloth to provide a non-tacky grip for assembly operations where nuts, bolts or screws are being turned with power tools. This polyurethane coating does not provide the necessary grip required for handling large sheet metal panels. In these applications, the ... Knit with MaxPly® Dyneema®, Terminator® gloves are cool and comfortable to wear These cut-resistant gloves have proven to be safe, durable, and cost effective in sheet metal and electrical assembly operations where dexterity is required The special palm coating provides a good grip in oily, wet or dry applications Re: Cut resistant gloves for sheet metal work I worked in a sheet metal shop for a couple summers growing up and no one wore gloves that I can recall. A few guys wore home made leather aprons to keep the sheet metal from cutting through their clothes though. I would think a good pair of leather gloves would probably be your best bet IMHO.