Fretz Large Embossing Hammer


The Large Embossing Hammer is used to dome metal from the inside. The metal is stretched from the inside as it is supported on a sand bag or a depression carved in wood. Doming a piece of metal before raising makes it easier to control because the shape becomes rigid. The Embossing Hammer also leaves a very intereting dimpled texture on flat and slightly domed metal when hammering on the ouside of a form.

Face sizes 19mm and 14mm
Head length 102mm
Handle length 250mm
Type Large
$122.93

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SKU HT-90104
Shipping Weight 0.2490kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.003m
Shipping Length 0.024m
Shipping Cubic 0.000001000m3
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