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The Rhino Hammer is an effective but brutish air-powered tool for removing tabbed parts from a sheet of laser-cut steel. Here’s how:
Here it is on slightly larger parts:
And knocking parts out of a 1/4″-thick grade 50 steel sheet:
As someone whose hands go numb when using a sander for too long—yes, even with the silly vibro-gloves on—I cannot imagine using this tool at length. I understand that they made it handheld for convenience’s sake, but I do not envy that worker, or at least I wouldn’t in ten years’ time. I’d love to see some ergonomics-minded design firm tackle this.