Woodworking Tools For Your Home Wood Shop
April 21, 2011 | Author: edisonchase | Posted in Home & Garden

If you’re a beginning woodworker, there are a variety of tools (Heavy Duty or Hand Power) you’ll need for your workshop. The most important ones depend on what you plan to do and how much space you have available. This article will discuss some of the most important woodworking tools for your home shop.


Tape Measure

Measure twice, cut once. A retractable tape measure is indispensable in your shop. If possible, you should look for a design that has markings in both metric and standard format. A tape measure that’s lockable will also make your job easier.

                            WORKING WITH CIRCULAR
WORKING WITH CIRCULAR

Circular

To cut and split wood we use cutting machine, which is circular. There are two kinds of wood cutting machine. The tablesaw and Circular Saw. It is the most important woodworking tools. You’ll make many cuts with it over its lifetime. You’ll need plenty of space to get one in your workshop though. If you’re just starting out, a contractor tablesaw will provide you with sufficient power and still be light enough for portability.


Planer

After a wood cut, wood processing stage next is shaved of wood. Planer will processed wood to be smooth and straight. Wood shaved machine also have two types of heavy duty and handpower . The function of both the same but have different resources and capacities.


Sander

One of the next important power tools is the sander. You can always finish wood by hand with sandpaper. However, a powered design will get the job done much easier. There are various (Heavy Duty and Hand Power)  types of sanders, but beginners should look into random orbital designs to start out.


Drills

Drills are also important hand tools to have in your workshop. They’ll come in handy when you need to make holes in wood. It’s best that you have an assortment of drill bits on hand too. You can choose drills powered by an electric cord or a battery. Battery-powered drills offer portability but lack the power offered by corded designs.


Dust

If you want to keep your workshop tidy, you may want to invest in a dust collection system. A wet/dry shop vac should be sufficient for most people. However, a dust collection system can be attached to various power tools so you don’t have to clean up the mess manually.


Level

Levels are also important hand tools. You’ll always need to keep one handy if you want to cut pieces that are perfectly horizontal or vertical. A layout square is also useful for making straight lines, and some even give you the ability to make 45-degree angles with ease.

These are some of the most important woodworking tools to have in your workshop. The most important investment should be the tablesaw, since you’ll be using it to make many cuts. Investing in a good dust collection system or shop-vac will also help you keep the place clean.

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