power hammer

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Noun1.power hammer - a power tool for drilling rockspower hammer - a power tool for drilling rocks  
air hammer, jackhammer, pneumatic hammer - a hammer driven by compressed air
electric hammer - a hammer driven by electric motor
power tool - a tool driven by a motor
triphammer - a massive power hammer; raised by a cam until released to fall under gravity
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Larry Caudill-stocked 4 5/8" New Vaguero with Ron Power hammer and trigger.
This relatively small machine, which is often hand made, allows smiths to do many of the same operations as a power hammer while adding more control and expanding what one can do with hot metal.
The kit contains a 15% reduced power sear spring, two 30% reduced power hammer springs, a 15% reduced power top lever spring and two factory hammer springs.
But while EDF of France and Spanish-owned Scottish Power hammer UK customers with aboveinflation hikes, similar rises are banned in their own countries.
Madasci, who demonstrated techniques of her unique style which at times includes using a power hammer for large-scale pieces and coloring metal.
In his writ, he states that he can no longer "use a bench grinder, hand-belt sander, draw knife, gouge, chisel, lathe, large router or power hammer".
Al Osterman has built just about every kind of industrial machine and tool you can think of - metal lathe, milling machine, shaper, vise, reamer, rifling bench, planer, scraper, power hammer and more - by hand, and in miniature.
Although the Little Giant trip hammer (or "power hammer" as they were often called) was a popular brand in the early 20th century, it was by no means the first.