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Tool Talk Discussion Forum

How about a cool old tool

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sms

02-08-2018 09:23:38




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I have these old snips, one jaw between two so it removes a strip. I think it was for tin knockers and they crimped the end with the side jaws. Any other ideas?

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hd6gtom

02-08-2018 19:20:34




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 Re: How about a cool old tool in reply to sms, 02-08-2018 09:23:38  
I have plier like tool that crimps the pipe. I would sure hate to do more than 1 or 2 pieces at a time with them. Old hardware store I hung out at in the early 1960's has a roller type tool that you slid the end of the pipe into, clamped it down on the pipe and turned a handle to crimp pipe. He could make you any length of pipe you needed.



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Mule Meat

02-08-2018 12:40:16




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 Re: How about a cool old tool in reply to sms, 02-08-2018 09:23:38  
Pexto Shear/crimping pliers.
Used for installing coal and wood stove Pipe.



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guido

02-08-2018 10:11:45




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 Re: How about a cool old tool in reply to sms, 02-08-2018 09:23:38  
Hello sms,

Yep! tin knocker crimper, mine has is a little less rust, Guido.



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Dusty MI

02-08-2018 09:43:51




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 Re: How about a cool old tool in reply to sms, 02-08-2018 09:23:38  
[quote="CVPost-Adirondack case gu"](reply to post at 10:38:51 02/08/18) [/quote

Most likely they were used to cut round pipe/ducts.



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Adirondack case guy

02-08-2018 15:32:07




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 Re: How about a cool old tool in reply to Dusty MI, 02-08-2018 09:43:51  
I know what they were used for. I was asking how the locking joints in stove pipe was formed.
Loren



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Adirondack case guy

02-08-2018 09:38:51




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 Re: How about a cool old tool in reply to sms, 02-08-2018 09:23:38  
That is a neat old tool. Fore runner to the modern day electric ones I guess.
I have often wondered how they made the locking joints in stove pipe back in the early days. Did they use some sort of rollers to form them???
Loren



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sms

02-08-2018 16:41:25




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 Re: How about a cool old tool in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-08-2018 09:38:51  
My parents had an old hardware store and in the back room was a set of rollers that would make stove pipe from a flat sheet in one pass. But I don't know about the lock joint. I do remember that the end of the rolls were open so it is possible some sort if joint could have been made. That is more then 45 years ago so I don't know. Sorry we didn't keep some of that stuff.



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Adirondack case guy

02-08-2018 18:18:18




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 Re: How about a cool old tool in reply to sms, 02-08-2018 16:41:25  
I have seen the rollers to form the pipe also, but never the seam forming tools.
Loren



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