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HAMMERS & MALLETS


230 x 70 x Ø29mm (Stripes & Chequered)


260 x 65 x 18mm (13 Various Heads)


4 Circle (Blocking) & Dimples (Cutting)


Dimensions: • Pattern head size: Ø29mm • Head length: 70mm • Length of hammer: 230mm • Weight: 225 grams


Dimensions: Overall Length x Head Length x Head Ø x Patterns


Code H36074 Description


230 x 70 x Ø29mm (Stripes & Chequered)


UOM EACH Price £6.95


Texturing Hammer - Interchangeable Heads • Overall Length 265mm • Head Length 65mm • Head Ø18mm • Weight 425g


Head Patterns Include:


Brass flat - Brass Domed - Black Nylon Flat - White Nylon Domed - Round Pin - Square Pin - Tapered Cone - Dimple - Domed -Square Check - Horizontal Lines - Diamond Check - Waves.


Dimensions: Overall Length x Head Length x Head Ø x Patterns


230 x 70 x Ø29mm (Stripes & Holes) Code H41190 Description


260 x 65 x 18mm (13 Various Heads)


Pattern & Texturing, Superior Quality


Hammers - Pattern & Texturing - Superior Quality


Code


Dimensions: • Pattern head size: Ø29mm • Head length: 70mm • Length of hammer: 230mm • Weight: 225 grams


Dimensions: Overall Length x Head Length x Head Ø x Patterns


Code H36075 Description


230 x 70 x Ø29mm (Stripes & Holes)


UOM EACH Price £6.95


Superb double sided texturing hammers create a fantastic indent (cutting) or raised (blocking) pattern on your metals.


• “Cutting” is the official (Assay office) terminology for creating an indent pattern in your metals


• “Blocking” is the term for creating a raised pattern in your metal


• Experiment with our full range and give your work a unique, one off look by combining different pattern hammers


250 x 60 x 18mm (9 Various Heads)


• Well balanced, hickory wooden handles • For non- ferrous metals


How to use:


1. One must have a sturdy, flat work surface 2. Place a rubber planishing block on your surface (code D31265) and place a planishing block on top (Alternatively you can use the A34915 dual planishing block, an all in one tool perfect for the texturing hammer pattern process)


Texturing Hammer - Interchangeable Heads • Overall Length 250mm • Head Length 60mm • Head Ø18mm


Head Patterns Included: Plain - Single Hole - Single Round Raised Spike - Single Square Raised Spike - Single Pyramid Raised Spike - V Groove Stripes - Straight Groove Stripes - Diamond Chequered - Square Chequered


Dimensions: Overall Length x Head Length x Head Ø x Patterns


Code H36076 Description


250 x 60 x 18mm (9 Various Heads)


UOM EACH Price £16.95


3. Place your metal on the planishing steel block and choose a pattern hammer 4. Strike hammer pattern head over metal evenly to create fantastic effects


Dimensions: • Pattern head size: Ø29mm • Head length: 70mm • Length of hammer: 265mm • Weight: 330grams


Code H36051 Description


Cross Pattern (Blocking) & 6 Wide Stripe (Cutting)


UOM EACH Price £17.95


Planishing & Stretching Hammers - Planishing - Stretching


Planishing Hammer • Ideal for the metal smith, the tool for smoothing metals surfaces.


Stretching Hammer • Using this hammer allows you to really move the metal or expand its surface area. Perfect for making vessels or bowls


Dimensions: Weight x Overall Length x Head Length x Head Size


H36050 Description


Chequered (Cutting) & 6 Circle (Cutting)


UOM EACH Price £17.95


Cross Pattern (Blocking) & 6 Wide Stripe (Cutting)


UOM EACH Price £15.95


Chequered (Cutting) & 6 Circle (Cutting)


Code H36049


Description


4 Circle (Blocking) & Dimples (Cutting)


UOM EACH


Price £17.95


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