Wood has been used for making buildings and furniture since time immemorial. With the evolution of time a great deal of development has taken place in the wood working practices among the carpenters. From hand operated chisels and saws to machine operated gadgets, carpentry has undergone a sea change in the last few decades.

Carpenters use various woodworking machines to transform wood into the desired shape.

Commonly Used Wood Working Equipments

Some of the commonly used wood working equipments include biscuit joiner, nail gun, chainsaw, drill, and wood squares.

Woodworking Machine: It is used to treat wood and is driven by electric motors.

Biscuit Joiner: Biscuit joiner, also known as plate joiner is used to drill a semicircular opening in the wood-composite panels.

Chainsaw: A handy tool for working wood, this mechanical saw is used in cutting and pruning logs. It is also used in controlled logging activities and in removing dead branches and leaves, or collecting dry tree stumps and fallen twigs.

Drill: It is used to make holes in wood and some of the common drills in use include cordless drill, hammer drill and drill.

Jigsaw: A tool containing the stenciled design in a small piece of wood cut.

Nail Gun: It is used to drive wooden nails into planks. It is powered by compressed air and uses flammable gas, propane or butane. Nail guns enable the carpenters to drive the nails with precision without the risk of bruising the fingers. It is one of the most popular tools in any carpenter’s kit. Nail guns can fire nails of various sizes into different depths effortlessly and can be used for redundant jobs like roofing, plaster boarding and framing.

Wood Router: It is a log out area of a massive piece of wood and is used for shaping wood and cutting grooves and edges.

Sander: Powered by electric motors, this powerful tool is used for smoothing the surface of wood. The sandpaper in a belt drive revolves quickly to peel off paint and varnish, while the wood will be smoothed off by the finer papers.

Rotary Tool: A multipurpose tool that can be used for cutting, carving and polishing wood pieces. It is safe for freehand use as it has a low torque.

Electronic Wire Finder: It is an extremely useful device that can be used to find hidden wires and timbers. It comes handy in various situations like when hanging pictures and shelves on dry-lined walls.

In addition to the tools that are listed above, several other portable power tools are commonly used in wood working. There are rechargeable tools too in the market, which enables the carpenters to work smoothly even during power black outs

Wood Working Tools Guide for Buyers

Safety is the most important feature to bear in mind while buying wood working tools. Sharp and motor powered, most of these tools can be dangerous if not used with caution. Use adequate eye protection while working with wood to prevent accidents involving wooden chips being thrown in. Gloves are useful to prevent injuries from wood splinters. Wear a mask to prevent sawdust inhalation while working with wood.

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Source by Vaiv Jais