An arbor press is a hand operated press that uses leverage to exert downward force of 1-5 tones. An awl is a small pointed tool used for piercing holes in materials such as leather.A backsaw has a stiffening rib on the edge opposite the cutting edge to allow for greater precision and control.A crimper is a hand tool for joining two or more pieces of metal together by deforming them slightly.An impact driver is a hand tool that provides rotational force in response to an impact such as a hammer strike. This is used to loosen fasteners that are stuck. A jointer is a tool for preparing a wooden edge for fixing or joining to another.A lathe is a machine tool that rotates a workpiece for performing various tasks such as shaping, cutting or sanding.A milling machine is a machine tool that uses rotary cutters to remove material from a workpiece.A miter saw is used to make accurate crosscuts at various angles and depths. This is often used to make joints known as miters. A plane is a tool for flattening, smoothing and reduce the thickness of wood.A plate joiner, also known as a biscuit joiner, is a woodworking tool for joining wood.A ratchet is a device that applies rotary force in one direction while preventing force from being applied in the opposite direction. Most commonly used as a ratchet wrench that allows you to turn a fastener without having to continually reattach the wrench. A router is a woodworking power tool that has a flat surface with a spindle in the middle that can be used to remove material from wood. Often used to create shaped edges and joints.A socket is an attachment for a wrench such as a ratchet wrench that fits a particular type of fastener. A soldering iron heats metal known as solder to join workpieces.A trowel is a small hand tool for digging. Essentially a small shovel. A wedge is a triangular tool that can be used to create leverage. One of the simple machines of antiquity. Often used to split things, detach things or lift things up.
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