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Tool History

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Do you like and enjoy using and working with tools? If so, then you'll appreciate the following articles on the history of tools. It's very interesting to learn how certain tools were designed and developed. Some tools that were designed in a different time period haven't changed much over the years and are amazingly still on the market today. Others have gone through a revolving door of design changes to get where they are today. So, if you like tools, then you'll enjoy reading the history behind them.

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