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it is used to hammer stuff

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Different between claw hammer and peen hammer?

A claw hammer is used for pulling nails and is most commonly used by a carpenter or other wood workers A pien hammer is used by blacksmiths, mechanics and other metal workers.


Is the hammer a lever?

Depending on what you are using the hammer for. If the hammer is been used to pull up a nail then yes but if its been used to hammer in a nail then no. For something to be a lever it must have a fulcrum which the curve on the hammer works as as you try to pull out a nail.


What is rebound hammer?

A rebound hammer is a non destructive hammer used to test various things such as concrete.


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The part of a hammer that uses leverage to remove nails is the 'claw', usually located on the back of the hammer. The 'face' is the front of the hammer used to drive nails.


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