ballpein hammer


ballpein hammer
/ˈbɔlpeɪn ˌhæmə/ (say 'bawlpayn .hamuh), /ˈbɔlpin/ (say 'bawlpeen)

noun
a hammer having a head with one end shaped like a ball, suitable for beating metal.
Also, ballpeen hammer.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • bush hammer —    A steel stone carving tool, often with a large, brick like head, having two striking ends, each covered with rows of pyramidal metal points. Found in several sizes, some with a longer, thinner head. Bush hammers are used to dress the surface… …   Glossary of Art Terms

  • mallet —    A wooden hammer used to apply force to chisels in wood carving. Also see ballpein hammer, bush hammer, and claw hammer …   Glossary of Art Terms

  • dent —    A depression in a surface made by pressure or a hit. Also see carve, concave, dapping block, declivity, ear, fluted, hammers (ballpein hammer, bush hammer, claw hammer, mallet, manipulate, mortise, relief, repoussé, rugosity, subtractive, and… …   Glossary of Art Terms


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