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Woodworking Hammers & Mallets

Hammers and Mallets are one of the basic core tools of almost ever trade. Many different forms of hammers and mallets have evolved over the years for specific woodworking tasks. Traditional joiner's mallets, that is the kind of mallet that you would typically hit a morticing chisel with, are all wooden with a rectangular head. Carver's mallets traditionally have a turned (round) handle and head. Japanese craftsmen often use a brass headed mallet on their chisels. Today, there are many options available, both traditional and more contemporary. For example, the Wood is Good Urethane headed mallets have the form of carver's mallets, but they also come in sizes and weights that are ideally suited for joinery. These are our personal all around for chopping dovetails and mortices favorites.


Woodworking Mallets

Click here!to view Mallets by Blue Spruce

Click here!to view Urethane Head Mallets by Wood is Good

Click here!to view Traditional Wooden Head Mallets by Springwood Industries

Click here!to view Lignum Head Mallets by The Best Things


Hammers

Click here!to view Brass Hammers by Grace USA

Click here!to view Plane Adjusting Hammers by Chester Toolworks and Grace USA

Click here!to view Jeweler's Planishing Hammer's by John Heinz

Click here!to view Veneer Hammers by Arno