Jeweler's Hammer in Plastic Rubber with 2-1/2-Inch Head Metal Smithing
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- If you work with metals, you will need a hammer with rubber and plastic heads to avoid scratches
- Use to flatten wire or other metal pieces
- Head is 2 1/2 Inch long Heads narrow to 5/8 inch 9 1/2 Inches total length
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If you work with metals, you will need a hammer with rubber and plastic heads to avoid scratches. Use to flatten wire or other metal pieces. Head is 2 1/2 inches long. Heads narrow to 5/8 inch. 9 1/2 Inches total length.9.5 Inches total length. PLEASE NOTE: We recommend eye protection with the use of any tools.
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Mine was in fine shape. The head was on evenly, the handle looked nice and wasn't loose, and I did not damage this taking it out of the packaging. So mine was not particularly fragile (since I wasn't super careful about handling it). And it was decently made. Though do beware, because there seem to be some quality control issues here based on what else I have read. Plus, I wouldn't say the materials from which it was constructed were the highest quality (but they were serviceable). I guess I was just lucky that the one I received was OK.
This does not damage the surface of the metal, which is nice. (I'm pretty much limiting myself to color-coated copper like Artistic Wire and plain -- dead soft -- copper wire.) This hammer doesn't flatten the wire like the metal hammer does, but it also seems to take much longer to get results (in terms of work hardening). It is possible that there is something lacking in my technique (I am new at this, like I said above, and am teaching myself from books) but I will say that this is pretty lightweight and that also might have something to do with it (I don't have this issue with my metal hammer, but of course that also flattens the wire, which is not always something you want.). For what it's worth, this really doesn't damage the metal, and that is nice.
Unlike a metal hammer, this is not noisy to use. I don't think this would be suitable for metal stamping, though. You just don't get enough force out of it to make an impression because it is so lightweight.