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Evolution of Hammers
Transcript of Evolution of Hammers
Hammers The oldest hammer ever
found was dated back to
30,000 B.C. the mechanical engineer is most
likely to be interested in designing this kind of tool, and they helped the hammer the most by adding the claw and the arch next to the head of the hammer, also the ball pein hammer is commonly refereed to as the engineers hammer the idea of the hammer and all that has
stemmed of of it has been highly useful
in the lives of everyone. from building anything you want that stays together, or demolishing the street to make way for better things. the hammer was an invention we as a world, almost cannot live without.
Impact on Society Origin of the Hammer Chris Cavette (2012). how hammer is made. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.madehow.com/Volume-4/Hammer.html. [Last Accessed 9/29/2012].
Mary Bellis (2012). The History of Hardware Tools. [ONLINE] Available at: http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/bltools.htm. [Last Accessed 9/29/2012].
Bob Vila (2012). typs of hammers. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.bobvila.com/articles/1092-types-of-hammers/pages/1. [Last Accessed 9/29/2012].
(2012). warhammers. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.strongblade.com/history/maceshammers.html. [Last Accessed 9/29/2012].
Bibleography 30,000 B.C.E 2012 oldest hammer found date which claw hammer
first thought to be created 75 C.E. After about 1500 C.E. many new types of hammers were starting to be crated. the ball peen hammer for shaping metal. the sledgehammer for demolition. gavels for the court of law. And my favorite masonry hammers because of their square head 1500 C.E. In 1894 Charles Brady King
invented the Pneumatic Hammer, a hammer which nails a nail in with compressed air, many varieties of this have also been invented, like the jack hammer, for demolition of things like concrete