Cutting Tools, Hand Tools, and General Equipment Industry

This subgroup includes: - Household cutting tool industry, such as knives, forks, spoons, etc. - Other cutting tool industry, such as machetes, serrated knives, razors, and scissors. - Blade and knife blade industry for machines or mechanical equipment. - Hand tool industry, such as pliers, screwdrivers, etc. - Non-motorized agricultural hand tool industry. - Saw and saw blade industry, including circular saw blades and chainsaw blades. - Interchangeable tools for hand tools, whether powered or not, such as drills, hammers, grinding knives, etc. - Press tool industry. - Blacksmith tool industry, such as forging tools, anvil stands, etc. - Mold and die box industry (excluding ingot molds). - Chisel tool industry. - Lock, key, wrench, hinge, and similar industries for building, furniture, vehicles, etc. - Short knife or dagger, sword, bayonet, and similar industries. This subgroup does not include: - Other metal goods industries such as hollowware (pots, kettles, etc.), dinnerware (bowls, platters, etc.), flatware (plates, flat plates, etc.), see 2599. - Hand tools driven by power, see 2818. - Ingot mold industry, see 2823. - Precious metal tableware industry, see 3211.

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