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Different Types Of Hammers - Introduction

The hammer is one of the most basic and familiar tools. It can always be found in the garage, in the trunk of your car and in any construction shop. The hammer is considered to be one of the oldest tools that we still use in everyday life – because it has been used for over 3 million years! Its main function is to hammer something – nails into the wall, beams in the construction and so on. Probably there are no adults who have never had to hold a hammer in their hands. But if you think it’s a simple tool, then you’re wrong. There are many types and kinds of hammers at Tool.com. If you need to round up some parts of a metal object, or you want to make a recess in a metal sheet, the best solution is to use Claw Hammer. This tool, as you can already understand from its name, is designed to give a rounded shape to objects – the creation of pits and notches, the creation of cylindrical shapes. If you have already imagined a hammer with rounded heads, you are mistaken. This ball peen Hammer looks just like you imagined in the previous version. The forming hammer has rounded ends, which are designed to form cups and vases from the inside. Such a tool is rarely found in a normal construction shop, mostly all of which are sold in specialized locations. Also, its shape can match the shape of the object that you process. In any case, forming hammers work exclusively with metals and give them a neat curved shape. In addition to the unusual working shape of the tool, the 500g/600g/1250g axe also has a non-standard handle. The handle of this type of hammer is wide at the end, in some cases even spherical, and the handle is narrowed to the attachment. It turns out that the narrowest part of the handle is at the point of intersection with the base of the tool.

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