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Further notable succ ess was to come to R oot at Colt 's Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company, wh ere he designed dr op hammers for forging and a number of machines for firearms manufacturing pr ocesses. Like Douglas, th e Collin s Company had a large busin ess, both domestic and foreign. Axes and machetes were maj or export items, shipped to South Ame rica and Au stralia. Collin s also pr oduced hatchets, adzes, cast-steel sledges, and stone hammer s, but its chief item was th e axe it ad vertised as "T he Standard of th e W orld.
Rectangu lar head with gnarled and swirl ing grain is ma de from th e burl of a tr ee. Length of head, 5 ~ inches. 44 Som e Basic Tool s • splitt ing. The heavy m aul , kn own as a "beetle" or "comma nder," was m ade wit h a head six inches or more in di am eter and at least a foot long . The carpenter used th e com ma nde r to drive together th e joints of house an d barn timbers. "Bee tle rin gs" are very fre q uently listed in estate inventori es, which gives us some idea of th e value th e colonists plac ed on iron and iron impl em ents.
The alloy becomes fluid at a lower temp erature th an does copp er alone, making it easier to cast int o tools, and it is substantially hard er th an copper. T ools with br onze cuttin g and sha ping edges were more effic ient th an copper-edge d tools. They could cut, chip, scra pe, and bore faster, needed less fr equ ent sha rpening, and lasted longer . Bronze supplanted copper slowly, over severa l hundred years, durin g which both metals were in general use. Bronze Age cultures of varying durations encompassed virtua lly every part of th e civilized world .
American Woodworking Tools by P. Kebabian, et. al.,