Here is the sixth post in the series. As usual, I will try to answer questi
ons about their composition, size and how they can move. Pictures are provi
de via dropbox. There is one composite or single image per tool.
This wood and metal tool is approximately six inches long. The smooth woode
n cylinder is slightly tapered and spins freely.
This metal tool is approximately 12 inches long. The black metal part moves
freely along the metal shaft. The nut at the end has a metal screw inserte
d through it. The screw has a removable red plastic cover. The metal triang
le works well as a handle. I originally thought that this was hardware but
I am now convinced that it is a tool even though I do not know how it is us
This wood and metal tool is approximately eight inches long. Part of the me
tal edge may be removable/replaceable but it is very firmly attached. The e
dge is not sharp to the touch. I have obscured the name on the handle as it
is already too easy.
This plastic and metal tool is a little over six inches long. The 3-mm wide
oval opening is not closed as there is a slit at the end approximately 0.5
mm wide. The width of the slit can be forced to go from 0 mm to 1 mm (thus
varying the oval opening size) without permanently deforming the tool.