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Engine hand tools
Terms in this set (17)
open end wrench
A nonadjustable wrench with an opening at each end that determines the size of the wrench.
Box end wrench
A six- or twelve-sided wrench that completely encompasses a nut or bolt head.
Have one box-end and one open-end of the same size.
A wrench with a movable jaw that can be adjusted to fit different size bolts or nuts.
These wrenches have box-type sockets of varying sizes that can be attached to a handle, which in turn can be attached to an extension.
A hexagonal (six-sided) wrench that fits into a recessed hexagonal hole. Use commonly with set screws.
pincers with parallel, flat, and typically serrated surfaces, used chiefly for gripping small objects or bending wire.
A fastening tool that turns screws
tools that multiply the force of an arm swing to perform a variety of installation tasks
come in several configurations, such as center punch, starting punch, aligning punch, and pin punch.
A hand tool for cutting pipe or tubing squarely.
tools with raise fine cutting edges used for smoothing metal surfaces
Tools made of steel that have a sharp cutting edge; used to chip or cut metal of wood
clamping device bolted to a stand used to hold items steady while performing tasks on the object be clamped
Tool used to view locations that are not visible from any vantage point
type of handsaw that's used to cut metal
spinning tool that provide the motion needed to turn a drill bit used to cut holes in wood and metal
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