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TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT - ANSWERS

V. Ryan 2011-2017

 

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Name each of the tools / equipment shown below.

Describe a typical use of each.

 
NAME: Woodworkers Try Square

TYPICAL USE:

Used to mark out accurate ninety degree angles. Useful when marking out joints such as mortise and tenons, finger joints and dovetail joints.
   
   
NAME: Bevel Edged Chisel

TYPICAL USE:

Used when cutting joints such as dovetail and finger joints, removing material to create an accurate fit. Can also be used to shape natural or manmade wood based materials.
   
 
   
NAME: Tenon Saw

TYPICAL USE:

Used for cutting wood based materials to length. Often used for cutting joints such as dovetail and finger joints.
In the workshop, the tenon saw is regarded as a general saw
   
   
NAME: Coping Saw

TYPICAL USE:

Used typically for cutting unusual shapes such as curves. Often used when a fretsaw is not available. Can be used to remove the waste material when cutting dovetail or finger joints.
   
   
NAME: Hacksaw

TYPICAL USE:

Used for cutting metals such as steel. Can be used to cut both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Blades of varying teeth per inch (TPI) are available, allowing the user to select the right blade to suit the materials he/she is cutting.
 
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