A Fuller is a rounded or beveled groove on the flat side of a blade, such as a sword, knife, or bayonet (shown). Although 19th century romantic fancy referred to them as "blood grooves", their purpose is to lighten and strengthen the blade, rather than to allow blood to flow from a stabbed person.
A fuller is a hand held form tool usually with a wooden handle, but often an air cooled wire handle. It resembles a hammer but is not used for striking but is struck by an appropriate sledge hammer to impart its shape to the workpiece.
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