A hammer with a flat face that is used to strike cold chisels and punches
To cut on a slant at an angle that is not a right angle (90 degrees)
A metal tool with a sharpened, beveled edge used to cut and shape wood
A hammer with a flat striking face. The other end of the head is curved and divided into two claws to remove nails
A pin, usually round, that fits into a corresponding hole to fasten or align two peices
A device such as a bolt, clasp, hook, or lock used to attach or secure one material to another
Perfectly horizontal, completely flat. Also, a tool used to determine if an objects level
a tool used to remove nails
a wrench with an opened and closed end
a flat steel square commonly used in carpentry
describing a surface made smooth by using a tool called a plane
perfectly vertical, the surface is at a right angle, to the horizon or floor and does not bow at the top or bottom
A square whos legs are fixed at a right angle
an adjustable carpenters tool consisting of a steel rule that slides through an adjustable head
unit of measure used to describe the amount of pressure exerted to an object
the point where members or the edges of members are joined
a wrench, usually double ended, that has a closed socket that fits over the head of a bolt
three square file
bevel edge chisel
A tool that fits into a head of a screw to turn it
A type of saw that is reinforced that keeps the thin blade from resorting
A wood saw worked by one hand
Used to prune small trees
Design to smooth out wood
Used to cut or shape wood or stone
A length of tape or thin flexible metal
Used for smoothing or polishing woodwork or other surfaces
Pencil that is rectangular or elliptical to prevent from rolling
Used for braking things or driving in nails
A tool for drawing circles and arcs
Woodworking or metalworking tool used for marking and measuring wood
Triangle shaped used for marking wood or metal
measure diffrent types of angles
to hold wood from moving when cutting
lectrical motor that rotates a replaceable drill bit to make a hole in wood, plastic, or meta
machine that drills wholes
used to cut precise shapes and curves
fine tuning your wood projects
used to guide the piece through the saw
phillips screw driver
flat screw driver
open end wrench
stright claw hammer
sliding tee bevel
Drives nails easily into wood and takes them out of wood
You use it when cleaning out mortise joints or to scribe wood
They have sensing plates that scan the wood beneath
You need this to carvers, to clean out joints,and to saw cuts
Means horizontal, and plumb is vertical
Helps put screws in where you need them to be
You use them to drive _____________ into the wood so they are flush or right below the surface
This is adjustable, and you can lock it at the angle you want to mark, making it much more time-savvy to mark multiple angles.
The _____________ is a triangle that you can use to mark square cuts on stock.
You can flatten a piece of wood, add a curve to it, or square your work.
You can even get digital______ now that leave no guesswork as to whether you were inside or outside the line
You’ll need____ for 45 and 90-degree joints, and pipe____ to reach for long stretches
You usually use a___with a power tool, to guide the piece through the saw
Other ___, with their variety of cutting surfaces and angles, will come as the need arises.
They are important for achieving smooth, quality cuts
It can hold up to 500 lbs.
You drill things with this tool
Some_______ have an adjustment knob on each end of the fence, others on just one end.
________features perforated sheet metal and resembles a food grater.
Used for rough cutting shapes in the board, but especially for removing waste from dovetail joints (one of the most common wood joints)
Used for chopping mortises (rectangular holes) into the side of your board for insertion of a tenon.
Used checking the squareness of boards (when planing them to final dimension), scribing dovetail joints, measuring the depth of mortises
Used for taking and repeating a measurement over and over again on a work piece.
Used for transferring a measurement and repeating it over and over again
Used such as trimming tenons & other joinery, cutting rabbets, removing waste for hand cut moldings
Paper with sand or another abrasive stuck to it, used for smoothing or polishing woodwork or other surfaces.
A straight strip or cylinder of plastic, wood, metal, or other rigid material, typically marked at regular intervals, to draw straight lines or measure distances.
A brush for applying paint
A saw with larger teeth (fewer teeth per inch) for cutting with the grain of wood.
Short hand saw with a tapered blade used to cut curves or irregular shapes.
A saw with very fine teeth and is often used in a miter box for cutting angles. The thin blade is reinforced with a ridge of thicker metal along the back of the saw
A tool used for removing material from a surface.
A tool having one end of the head hemispherical and used in working metal.
phillips head screwdriver
flat head screwdriver
needle nose pliers
curved claw hammer
slip joint pliers
ball peen hammer
open end wrench
radial arm saw
you use it for marking a mortice and tenon joint
every carpenter needs one
use this for fine sawing of joints
beat your mortice chisel with this
used for marking out and measuring
this type of chisel is mainly for paring work
carry this to put nails in and out
use this to work out the length and width of the room
a tool for smoothing your timber
this tool is only for removing nails
a general purpose cutting tool used on site
a type of fixing put in with a hammer
a type of fixing put in with a pozi drive bit
a tool that can be used to mark a straight line over a long distance
use this for small nails
this tool cuts round corners
tool for putting in screws
tool for measuring small pieces of work accurately
a plane especially for going across the grain
when you've finished you can use this to clear up
put all the rubbish in here
pick up piles of sawdust with this
protect your ears with these
protect your eyes with these
protect your hands with these
a joint seen on the corners of drawers
a joint used for door linings
a joint used when making windows and doors
WHAT TYPE OF HAMMER IS MOST COMMON FOR AIRCRAFT MECHANICS?
USED TO BREAK LOOSE VERT TIGHT FASTENERS, ADDITIONAL LENGTH ALLOWS FOR MORE LEVERAGE
TYPE OF WRENCH THAT HAS PARALLEL JAWS ON EACH END
PLIERS THAT GRIP WIRE AND LOCK SECURELY ALLOWING THE KNOB TO BE PULLED FOR UNIFORM TWISTS
WRENCH THAT HAS HEXAGONAL CROSS SECTIONAND IS IN THE SHAPE OF THE LETTER "L"
COMES IN SHALLOW, DEEP, 6 AND 12 POINT OR UNIVERSAL
TYPE OF SOCKET THAT LOOKS LIKE A BIRDS CLAW
LONG HANDLE PLIERS USED FOR APPLYING FORCE TO JAWS THAT CAN ADJUST
ADJUSTABLE END WRENCH WITH 1 FIXED JAW AND OTHER JAW THAT SLIDES ON A GROOVE MOVED BY A WORM GEAR
TYPE OF BIT HOLDER THAT CONSIST OF THE BIT AND HOLDER
CUTS SAFETY WIRE, COTTER KEYS AND OTHER SMALL METALS
SCREWDRIVER WITH BLUNT POINT AND STAR OR CROSS SHAPE
SCREWDRIVER WITH A WEDGE SHAPE FLAT TIP
SERRATED JAW FOR GRIPPING ROUND OBJECTS AND FLAT JAW FOR FLAT MATERIAL
PLIERS WITH LONG NARROW JAWS USED TO HOLD WIRES OR SMALL OBJECTS
6 OR 12 POINT WRENCH THAT RATCHETS
LONG HANDLE WITH WIDE SERRATED JAWS THAT SECURELY HOLDS SAFETY WIRE
CLOSED END WRENCH USED TO APPLY MORE TORQUE
MULTIPLE SIZE MEASURING DEVICE TO MEASURE CLEARANCES IN CRITICAL AREAS
LOCKING PLIERS WITH A KNOB THAT ADJUSTS THE OPENING OF THE JAWS
WRENCH THAT HAS OPEN AND CLOSED END WITH SAME SIZE
A metal tool with a sharp beveled edge.
A device such as a bolt.
A cut or channel made by a saw.
The process of shaping by striking it with a tool.
A steel tool to indent metal.
Metal handle-end of a file.
A rotating twisting force.
Scissor-shaped adjustable wrench.
Used for cutting miter-joints.
A device used to lift and lower a load.
Weighted head tool.
A tool with a blade to remove wood
A woodcutting tool with a thin steel blade with sharp teeth
A device to make work easier
A tool made of steel to shape or cut wood
A short-handled hammer with a large head made of wood, rubber or plastic
Tool that drives nails into wood
Tool that bores holes
Tool that holds pieces together
Metal piece that holds wood together
A fastener that twists into material to hold materials together.
A tool that twists fasteners into and out of materials
An abrasive paper to smooth an edge or side of wood
Metal tools that are used to hold and turn bolts, nuts and round pieces.
Metal tools used to tighten nuts and bolts
Takes 1/16" of wood off of the project in the process of leveling and smoothing the project
Power tool that cores out edges, designs, or purposeful holes
Tape that helps contractors measure everything
A tool that enables architects to draw blue prints at a particular scale
A tool to help mark measurement on wood that can be erased
A power saw that makes scrolling and angled cuts