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An upholstery hammer (also called a tack hammer) is a lightweight hammer used for securing upholstery fabric to furniture frames using tacks or small nails. Many styles have two faces, one face usually being magnetized to aid in placement of tacks (this face has a split surface to make its magnetic hold stronger). Once started, the tacks are driven with the other face. To apply tacks rapidly an upholsterer will hold tacks in the mouth and spit them, head first, onto the magnetized face of the hammer. Staple guns have largely replaced tacking as an upholstery technique.

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  • Le ramponneau est un marteau de tapissier à manche en bois dont le fer comporte deux parties utiles de forme allongée et étroite, adaptée aux clous à enfoncer. Souvent la tête est recouverte de cuivre, afin de ne pas bosseler la fragile tête des clous de tapissier (clous à garnir) et des semences. Il existe plusieurs types de ramponneau : * le ramponneau à pied de biche ; * le ramponneau à bout aimanté ; * le ramponneau à bout en plastique ou en résine, utilisé pour les clous décoratifs. * Portail de l’ameublement (fr)
  • An upholstery hammer (also called a tack hammer) is a lightweight hammer used for securing upholstery fabric to furniture frames using tacks or small nails. Many styles have two faces, one face usually being magnetized to aid in placement of tacks (this face has a split surface to make its magnetic hold stronger). Once started, the tacks are driven with the other face. To apply tacks rapidly an upholsterer will hold tacks in the mouth and spit them, head first, onto the magnetized face of the hammer. Staple guns have largely replaced tacking as an upholstery technique. (en)
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  • Le ramponneau est un marteau de tapissier à manche en bois dont le fer comporte deux parties utiles de forme allongée et étroite, adaptée aux clous à enfoncer. Souvent la tête est recouverte de cuivre, afin de ne pas bosseler la fragile tête des clous de tapissier (clous à garnir) et des semences. Il existe plusieurs types de ramponneau : * le ramponneau à pied de biche ; * le ramponneau à bout aimanté ; * le ramponneau à bout en plastique ou en résine, utilisé pour les clous décoratifs. * Portail de l’ameublement (fr)
  • An upholstery hammer (also called a tack hammer) is a lightweight hammer used for securing upholstery fabric to furniture frames using tacks or small nails. Many styles have two faces, one face usually being magnetized to aid in placement of tacks (this face has a split surface to make its magnetic hold stronger). Once started, the tacks are driven with the other face. To apply tacks rapidly an upholsterer will hold tacks in the mouth and spit them, head first, onto the magnetized face of the hammer. Staple guns have largely replaced tacking as an upholstery technique. (en)
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  • Ramponneau (fr)
  • Upholstery hammer (en)
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