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Chisels for Metal

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Chisels for metal cut, chip, and shape metal workpieces and surfaces. They cut metals that are softer than the chisel material and make rough cuts that may need finishing if smooth edges or surfaces are required. Their striking head is hit with a hammer to drive the chisel's cutting edge into the metal. They are commonly used for blacksmithing and metalworking.
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Cold Chisels

Cold Chisels
Cold chisels drive their flat, wide cutting edge to cut and chip metal. Also known as flat chisels, they are cold formed to increase hardness. They cut sheet metal that's too thick for tin snips, slide under and break off corroded or frozen rivet heads and nuts, chip through chain, remove burs, and more.

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Cold Chisel Sets

Cold Chisel Sets
These sets include multiple cold chisels in different tip sizes to make cuts and chips of various sizes. Cold chisels drive their flat, wide cutting edge to cut and chip metal. Also known as flat chisels, they are cold formed to increase hardness. They cut sheet metal that's too thick for tin snips, slide under and break off corroded or frozen rivet heads and nuts, chip through chain, remove burs, and more.
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Tether-Ready Cold Chisels

Tether-Ready Cold Chisels
Tether-ready cold chisels accept a lanyard that connects to an anchor point, preventing injuries or loss if the tools are dropped. They are commonly used when working at heights. Cold chisels drive their flat, wide cutting edge to cut and chip metal. Also known as flat chisels, they are cold formed to increase hardness. They cut sheet metal that's too thick for tin snips, slide under and break off corroded or frozen rivet heads and nuts, chip through chain, remove burs, and more.

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Cape Chisels

Cape Chisels
The tip of cape chisels flares out from the shaft and tapers to a point to form a slim cutting edge that cuts keyways, seats, grooves, and slots in metal. Also known as crosscut chisels, they slide into tight spaces and make cuts without binding in the slot. They are commonly used to chip a series of grooves into a workpiece and to start cuts, which can be finished with cold chisels.

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Diamond-Point Chisels

Diamond-Point Chisels
The diamond-shaped tip of these chisels reaches into hard-to-access areas to remove debris and cut V-shaped grooves. Diamond-point chisels square corners in slots and keyseats, punch holes, and expand marks from a center punch.

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