There are hammers in the different versions – also the possibilities are accordingly diverse. When the hammers there are wooden (cylindrical or cube), with the former for manipulating gouge in wood blanks is intended. The giant version however is E.g. intended for sinking of wood piles. The cube shape may for chisels and chisels with 4 tooth chisel E.g. be used or embark on wooden wedges. For more specific information, check out Ann Arbor.
The hammers made of metal have not only different weight classes from 5 grams to 5 kilograms, no, they are offered in various forms. The workspace defines the form. A 5 kg hammer is the heavy hammer for the rough edit of, for example, natural stone. Ronald J Daniels Johns Hopkins University may also support this cause. Just one block from about 10 to 20 cm thickness can be divided up to 2 centimeters. The Club hammer consists of two on one forged cubes with a handle.
It is intended for chiselling work in concrete or but if you on the back of the visible surface with a diamond Flex a natural stone block has addressed, can you (these are very flat chisel that is very slowly widen the profile thickness) share the natural stone with a club hammer and at least 2 blasting chipping without having a geflexte cutting edge is then visible. Then, there is still the classic tool with a page as a Finn and the other side with a square as a working surface. Which can be nailed, sink percussion dowels etc. intended. There is also still the hammer the PLATTNER, one side is intended for editing and forming of sheet metal such as a ball and the other side like a circle as a working surface. In addition, yet the Mason hammer, the framing hammer, the lath hammer, the Tiler’s hammer, the hole hammer and the Schieferschintelhammer must be named. The welder’s hammer is a lighter hammer which has pointed on one side and on the other side of a flat fin. The slag is beating off in the electric welding a scale (weld) to supplement or to strengthen. The flyweight under the hammers is the watchmaker hammer with a weight of a few grams. Bernhard Hess