American Woodworking Tools by P. Kebabian, et. al., PDF

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The evolution from th e Stone Age to th e ages of metals was of grea t significa nce in th e history of man. The use of copper, bronze, and tin for tools, weapons, decorative orname nts, and household obj ect s ushered in th e Bronze Age . Sharper and more durable tools could be pr oduc ed more quickly by technological adva nces such as work hardenin g, sme lting and casting, for gin g, and heat tr eatment. Copp er , th e esse ntial element, was first work ed cold, by hamm ering, to make sma ll orname ntal objects such as th e beads and pin s found in an E gypti an grave fr om 4000 B.

By repeat ed heating and hammering, th e wroug ht iron was fa shioned int o bar s suita ble for working int o tools and other articles. The redu cin g of iron are requires a temp erature considera bly higher th an that for smelting copper or tin . But once thi s process was ma stered , iron - wh ose ores were widely distributed over th e surface of the earth 23 AMERICAN WOODWORKING TOOLS • - gained ascendancy over copp er and br onze for tool-making. Iron was a highl y valued preci ous meta l in the first centuries of its manufacture, worth five tim es as much as gold and fort y times as much as silver.

The earl iest flat woodworkin g saws were of hammer-hardened copp er or br onze , with Vsha ped teeth. These were abrading tools, operating on th e pull stroke , with whi ch th e workman FI G UR E 18 . Br onze ch isel. True form of chi sel with r ound handle and flat blade sha r pened on one side; an ancient Egyptian developm ent. (After P etri e) 27 --- AMERIC AN WOODWORKING TOOLS F IGU RE 19 . E gyptian saw, S ixth Dyna sty (2330 H. ) . Copp er or bronze, with V-shaped teeth , fr om a scene depicting sawing.

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