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The cold chisels are made by

[A]. drawing
[B]. rolling
[C]. piercing
[D]. forging

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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