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On this page you will find hammers with a cross pein. A cross pein is a "blade" that is perpendicular to the handle. The cross pein can be sharp, rounded, flat, smooth or textured.
A cross, ball or straight pein hammer can be used in metal work, stone work, blacksmithing or woodworking.
A cross pein hammer has a blad perpendicular to the handle.
A straight pein is parallel to the handle.
A diagonal pein is,... wait for it,... (diagonal) to the handle.
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Whats the difference?
Ball Pein Hammers have a domed face on one side and a cylindrical face on the other. Looks like this:
Cross Pein Hammers have have a blade perpendicular to the handle like this:
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Straight Pein hammers have a pein parallel to the handle like this:
Pein hammers are used by blacksmiths and metal smiths for shaping or peining metals. Some straight pein hammers are used for stone cutting or spalling.