Here is the seventh post in the series. As usual, I will try to answer ques
tions about their composition, size and how they can move. Pictures are pro
vide via dropbox. There is one composite or single image per tool.
This is a metal tool approximately 7 1/2 inches long. There is a replaceabl
e razor blade normally inside the metal wire component. The blade can be mo
ved off center up to 1/4 inch in either direction. I have hidden the name o
n the handle.
This is a plastic and metal tool approximately 5 inches long. The jaws have
12 plastic triangular teeth and two metal half circle projections. The pla
stic teeth are in sets of six with four on one jaw and two on the other. Th
e two fit between the four. A simple tension springs makes it rest positio
n closed. I have hidden the name and patent number on the handle.
This is primarily a metal tool with some foam cushioning on the handle. It
is mounted on a section of 2x4.The grey metal part is approximately 9 inche
s long and three inches deep. Pulling the black handle/lever moves it from
fully open (7 inches) to almost closed (1 inch).
Obviously a hammer but whose? This wooden, metal and plastic hammer is appr
oximately 12 inches long. The handle is wood, the head is metal at the cent
er and plastic on the faces. The plastic faces are replaceable.
A simple metal tool approximately 8 inches long. It creates a quarter circl
e with a notch when fully open.