The ax is a hand tool that has been around for centuries and is used for cutting, chipping and shaping wood. The basic features and usage purposes of the axes, which have many different forms, are the same. Basically they are all formed by a combination of a head and a handle. Commonly produced and preferred axes are wooden handles and steel forged axes. The axes, which vary in size according to the area of use, are produced in a variety to meet every need today. The inclined structure of the head of the ax gives a sharpness that will facilitate the cutting process, and thus the force required for cutting is minimized.