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Preparation for Peening
TM 9-254 3-4. Staking - Continued Figure 3-8.  Staking Reticle and Retainer Ring 3-5. Peening. a. General.  Peening is a method used to move or stretch the surface metal of the work in a definite direction. Probably the best example is the simple riveting-over of a bolt to keep the nut from unscrewing.  The tools necessary to do a  peening  job  will  vary  somewhat  according  to  the  size  and  accessibility  of  the  work.    The  ball,  cross,  or  straight  peen hammer (fig. 3-9) is all that is necessary to do a job of peening.  The roundness of the working edges or faces of these tools make indentations in the work rather than cuts, thereby moving the metal without destroying it. Figure 3-9.  Peening Tools 3-8

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