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Plumb Co. - yesteryearstools.com

Plumb also added files to their production capabilities but they are considerably less known about than the other lines. The company continued to make hammers and hatchets after they were purchased by others and although axes were continued for quite some time, it appears that the mainstay of the Plumb brand still remains with hammers and hatchets.…

Plomb Tool Company - Alloy Artifacts

Company History. The Plomb Tool Company had its beginning in 1907 as a small blacksmith shop in Los Angeles, operated by partners Charles Williams, Jacob Weninger, and Alphonse Plomb. Its earliest tools included items such as hand-forged chisels and punches, intended primarily for ……

P&C Factory: 1941-1990 – The History of P&C Tools

Plomb has to temporarily close down and promptly files an appeal. Whether the Portland P&C Plomb factory temporarily shuts down is unknown. The company estimates it will have to pay $540,000 in profits and costs to Plumb and a total trademark switch could cost them about $1,000,000. [3]…

Plumb Apex Tool Group EIS

[The recent joint venture of Cooper Tools and Danaher Tool Group affords a broader line-up of leading hand and power tool brands.] Striking tools from Plumb®, a brand from APEX Tool Group, were first produced in a small Philadelphia blacksmith shop in 1856, and Plumb® has since risen to become the most popular brand of hammers and axes in the world.…

S-Z Tool Archives

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Plumb Manufacturing Thread BladeForums.com

Jan 18, 2020 · Thanks for the thread. Interesting that Plumb advertised its axes as having "twice the life". Below is an ad from the December 3, 1921 Saturday Evening Post which said that the bits were "double tempered for two full inches above the cutting edge".These days, ANSI standards call for hardening at least a half inch back from the cutting edge, and Council Tool aims for 1-1/4 inch from the edge.…

Plomb Tool Company [Page 4] - Alloy Artifacts

Page 4 of an article on the Plomb Tool Company. ... Plomb's contract production relationship with J.P. Danielson apparently went well, as in 1947 Plomb acquired the company, and afterwards J.P. Danielsion operated as a division of Plomb Tool. Later production of adjustable wrenches (from 1948 onward) dropped the broached opening, but otherwise ...…