Most hammers have a very simple looking construction - a forged steel head which is securely fastened to either a wooden, fibreglass or steel shaft.
But, there are hammers and there are HAMMERS.
Since a hammer's main role is to hit things and the potential for disaster is high, we need to be absolutely certain that:
The materials are strong enough not to break or shatter
The head of the hammer will stay on the shaft
It's comfortable to use and has a good grip
In this module we'll look now at how we achieve these aims by examining:
The parts of a hammer and how they are treated in order to make them fit for purpose
The different types of hammer and their uses
The different hammers in the C.K Tools and Avit ranges
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