Basic woodworking tools

If you just start with woodworking, here is a list of the basic cutting tools that you should own …

Rip Saw
The rip saw is used to cut through the wood grain. It is generally used at full stroke at 60 ° angle

Cross-cut saw
The junction saw is generally used by woodworkers to cut against the wood grain. The best way to use it is to apply full smooth sawing at a 45 ° angle.

tenon saw
The backpack is like a rectangular saw with small teeth and a stiff spine along the top of the blade. Useful for fine joinery work and especially good when cutting tail joints. It has a Japanese counterpart called Dozuki.

Dovetail Saw
Originally created in Japan, the tail neck saw has 7 inches long teeth for better control. For improved ripping performance, the saw teeth have been modified in the western version. You can use the tail iron saw to use diagonal cuts for the single crosscut shaft.

Perfect for cutting through metal objects. It is also often used to cut dew and thin wood strips. Easy to replace leaves. and match the material you want to cut.

The keyhole says that it is a narrow blade that allows you to cut along the curves or at short distances. Useful in those parts of the project where it is difficult to insert a normal saw.

This is a tool used for leveling or carving. It looks like an ax, but with its head perpendicular to the handle.

Side Cutter: Usually used to cut electrical wires. The jaws are at an angle that allows you to only cut the thread of the thread.

Bent Nose Needle: Used in narrow areas or areas that are difficult to access.

Needle Nose: With long thin jaws, this tool can help you reach very narrow areas.

Lineman tongs: used for cutting and twisting of wires.

Slip Joint: They have a sliding joint to better grip larger objects. Often they come with a built-in wire cutter. Typically, the sliding screws have both flat and curved surfaces on the jaws.

Bit Brace
It consists of a tissue, a pommel and a chuck. It is usually used with screw bits or spoon pieces. However, the bit is usually compatible with other boring devices.

Spoke garden is a cutting tool of 2 in-line handles with a small flat-like screen mounted in the middle of the center. There are all kinds of ghosts in the market, both in wood and cast iron bodies.

Taper Reamer
The tapered chute is a cutting tool used to rotate cylindrical bores in cone-shaped structures.