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Nov 20, 2008 | 12:52 PM EST

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A ball-peen (or ball-pein, see Spelling differences; also known in Europe and North America as ball pane[1]) hammer is a type of peening hammer used in metalworking. It is distinguished from a point-peen hammer or chisel-peen hammer by having a spherical or hemispherical peening head. Though the process of peening has become rarer in metal fabrication, the ball-peen hammer remains useful for many tasks such as tapping punches and chisels. The ball-peen hammer should never be used to drive nails, as a claw hammer would, as the head of a ball-peen hammer is made of very tough - but relatively soft - steel, making it ideal for hammering on harder metals. Continual nail hammering with a ball-peen hammer will "dent" and deform its face. The head of a claw hammer is exactly the opposite: It is made of very hard (hence, more brittle) steel, and is designed for hammering relatively soft nails. The two hammers are not interchangeable.

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glavcaglavca

Rated 1 / 5 stars

???wtf???

lol wtf is that?
like this guy under me said nice start I thought it will be a nice animation and all
but then that guy came and blagh...



YunsAvatarYunsAvatar

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Hmmmm

Well, I liked the little animation to start it, but that has to be one of the worst pictures I've ever seen of Will Smith.
Not to mention the attempt to cause seizures with flashing lights.
All in all, this isn't great.