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Common Hand Tools

Subject : engineering
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1. The point where members or the edges of members are joined. the types of welding joints are butt joint - corner joint - and T-joint.






2. a prying tool with a nail slot at the end to pull nails out in tightly enclosed areas. It can also be used as a small pry bar.






3. A cut or channel made by a saw.






4. An adjustable carpenter's tool consisting of a steel rule that slides through an adjustable head.






5. A steel too used to indent metal.






6. A metal tool with a sharpened - beveled edge used to cut and shape wood - stone - or metal.






7. The process of bending - shaping - or cutting material by striking it with a tool.






8. A pin - usually round - that fits into a corresponding hole to fasten or align two pieces.






9. A device such as a bolt - clasp - hook - or lock used to attach or secure one material to another.






10. A tool used for heavy-duty dismantling of wood work - such as tearing apart building frames or concrete forms.






11. A nonadjustable wrench with an opening at each end that determines the size of the wrench.






12. A wrench - usually double-ended - that has a closed socket that fits over the head of a bolt.






13. A straight steel rod with a curved claw at one end that is used to pull nails that have been driven flush with the surface of the wood or slightly blow it.






14. To heat or fuse two or more pieces of metal so that the finished pieces of metal so that the finished piece is as strong as the original; a welded joint.






15. To damage the threads on a nut or bolt.






16. A claw hammer with a slightly rounded - or convex - face.






17. To cut slant at an angle that is not a right angle (90 degrees). The angle or inclination of a line or surface that meets another at any angle but 90 degrees.






18. A claw hammer with a slightly rounded - or convex - face.






19. Unit of measure used to describe the amount of pressure exerted (torque) to tighten a large object.






20. A joint made by fastening together usually perpendicular parts with the ends cut at an angle.






21. A piece that projects out of wood or another material for the purpose of being placed into a hole or groove to form a joint.






22. A scissor-shaped type of adjustable wrench equipped with jaws and teeth to grip objects.






23. perfectly horizontal; completely flat; also - a tool used to determine if an object is level.






24. A hammer with a flat striking face. The other end of the head is curved and divided into two claws to remove nails.






25. A square whose legs are fixed at a right angle.






26. A hammer with a flat face that is used to strike cold chisels and punches. The rounded end - the peen- is used to bend and shape sort metal






27. The turning or twisting force applied to an object - such as a nut - bolt - or screw - using a socket wrench or screwdriver to tighten it. Torque is measured in inch-pounds or foot-pounds.






28. Treated with heat to create or restore hardness in steal.






29. A hammer with a flat striking face. The other end of the head is curved and divided into two claws to remove nails.






30. a prying tool with a nail slot at the end to pull nails out in tightly enclosed areas. It can also be used as a small pry bar.






31. The turning or twisting force applied to an object - such as a nut - bolt - or screw - using a socket wrench or screwdriver to tighten it. Torque is measured in inch-pounds or foot-pounds.






32. Unit of measure used to describe the amount of pressure exerted (torque) to tighten a small object.






33. The straight sides or jaws of a wrench opening. Also - the sides on a nut or bolt head.






34. A tool used to remove nails.






35. To heat or fuse two or more pieces of metal so that the finished pieces of metal so that the finished piece is as strong as the original; a welded joint.






36. A device such as a bolt - clasp - hook - or lock used to attach or secure one material to another.






37. A steel too used to indent metal.






38. A wrench for gripping and turning a pipe or pipe-shaped object; it tightens when turned in one direction.






39. A smooth jawed adjustable wrench used for turning nuts - bolts - and pipe fittings. Often refered to as a Cresent wrench






40. A wench with an open end and a closed end.






41. A wrench - usually double-ended - that has a closed socket that fits over the head of a bolt.






42. A cut or channel made by a saw.






43. A scissor-shaped type of adjustable wrench equipped with jaws and teeth to grip objects.






44. To smooth out threads or edges on a screw or nut.






45. A non-adjustable wrench with an enclosed - circular opening designed to lock on to the fastener when the wrench is struck.






46. Perfectly vertical; the surface is at a right angle (90 degrees) to the horizon or floor and does not bow out at the top or bottom.






47. A tool used for heavy-duty dismantling of wood work - such as tearing apart building frames or concrete forms.






48. A metal tool with a sharpened - beveled edge used to cut and shape wood - stone - or metal.






49. Teeth on the gripping part of a wrench. Also refers to the number of teeth per inch on a handsaw.






50. A flat - steel square commonly used in carpentry.