Woodworking Tools – How to MAXIMIZE Your Tool and Supplies Budget – Get the Most Bang for Your Buck

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When outfitting a new woodworking shop, there’s a definite few basic tools that any aspiring carpenter can’t do without. Wood shop tools can get expensive really fast, but there’s no need to spend lots of cash on fancy tools right away.
In fact, there’s no reason at all you can’t start out with the very simple set of tools outlined below, and build your collection of tools as time permits once you start making money with your woodworking projects.
For measuring tools, you’re going to need a large tape measure, compass, and a combination square for those accurate angles and measurements.
A minimum set of cutting tools include a mitre box and saw for accurate angles and lengths. A hack saw and a coping saw for cutting odd shapes is a must have.
A wood plane is handy, for shaping, along with a set of sharp chisels are good for accurate shaping. Add in a utility knife and a couple wood rasps, and you’ve got shaping covered for now.
A few hammers, and a mallet will be needed, nails, screws and screwdrivers, adhesives and wood clamps round out your basic woodworking joinery needs.
You’ll need some safety items like eye and hearing protection along with a pretty good dust respirator not those dumb paper dust masks.
Some necessary power tools include a drill and drill bits, spade bits and hole saws, a hand held jig saw, a circular saw, a router including some basic router bits. You will also need to have an orbital pad sander, and belt sander for hogging out large amounts of material quickly.

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