A10. The different types of metal-cutting tools are:
Snips and shears
Taps and dies
A11. Hawks-bill snips are used for cutting circles
A12. Hacksaws are used to cut metal that is too heavy for snips or boltcutters.
A13. Taps and dies are used to cut threads in metal, plastics, or hard rubber.
A14. The different types of punches are:
Drift or starting punch
Hollow shank gasket punch
A15. The center punch is used to mark the center of a hole to be drilled.
A16. A prick punch is used to mark the intersection of two layout lines.
A17. The different types of taps are:
A18. Taper taps are used for starting a tapping operation or for tapping through
A19. The different types of dies are:
Round split adjustable dies
Two piece collet dies
Two piece rectangular pipe dies
A20. Two-piece rectangular pipe dies are used for cutting internal American
Standard Pipe threads.
A21. Screw and tap extractors are used to remove screws and taps without
damaging the material being worked on.
A22. Pipe cutters are used to cut pipe made of steel, brass, copper, wrought iron, or
A23. Tube cutters are used to cut tubing made of iron, steel, brass, copper, or
A24. Flaring tools are used to make flares in the ends of tubing.
A25. The different types of screwdrivers are the standard, clutch tip, Phillips, Reed
and Prince, offset, and ratcheting.