Eclipse parallel and centre punches are precision hand tools designed for metalworking and woodworking applications. The parallel punch, typically made from high-quality hardened steel, features a cylindrical body with a flat striking end. It is used to create consistent, even depressions in a workpiece, serving purposes such as marking hole locations for drilling or centering tasks. The centre punch, on the other hand, is used to make a small dimple or indentation at the exact centre of a hole location, facilitating accurate drilling and preventing drill bits from wandering. Both Eclipse parallel and centre punches are valued for their durability, precise construction, and ergonomic design, making them indispensable tools for achieving accuracy and efficiency in various precision-driven projects.