Mallets spread the force of their blow across their broad striking face to distribute the impact and reduce marring and damage to surfaces. They are soft faced but have a solid head material without interchangeable faces like split-head hammers. Their double-faced head provides balance for a controlled strike and is made of soft materials that cushion the blow and absorb vibration. Wooden heads strike the most softly, followed by rubber, rawhide, plastic, lead alloy, zinc, copper, brass, bronze, and nickel-aluminum bronze (NAB).
Wooden mallets deliver a controlled blow to strike wood- or plastic-handle chisels, set dowels and pins, and form sheet metal. Also known as joiner's mallets, they hit more softly than other mallets to minimize damage to surfaces. Wooden mallets are commonly used to position wood pieces in carpentry and framing applications.
Wooden Mallets Wood Handle, sorted by Head Weight, ascending
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