Discussion :: Workshop Technology - Section 1 (Q.No.23)
The cold chisels are made by
Answer: Option D
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|Partha said: (Jul 20, 2013)|
|Material of cold chisel is required hard and enough strength.
We know that forging makes stronger parts than any other process.
For this chisel made from forging.
|Ashutosh said: (Jul 30, 2014)|
|Forging requires preheating before hammering and cold chisel formed by cold work pressing as cold extrusion etc.|
|Mohit Aggarwal said: (Jul 15, 2015)|
|Cold chisels are forged to shape and hardened and tempered (to a blue colour) at the cutting edge.|
|Sagar said: (Jan 16, 2016)|
|What does word 'cold' indicate here?|
|Kiran said: (Jan 29, 2016)|
|A cold chisel is a tool that can cut through "cold, " i.e. unheated, metal. This is in comparison to other blacksmith tools that are typically used only after the metal has been heated. Sometimes these chisels are also called "coal chisels".|
|Kamaljit Singh said: (Apr 3, 2016)|
|Answer D is right because strong components are formed by forging.|
|Nabeen P.A said: (Apr 6, 2017)|
|A cold chisel is a tool made of tempered steel used for cutting 'cold' metals, meaning that they are not used in conjunction with heating torches, forges, etc.|
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