working with timber tools (tool and picture (Wood plane , Chisel, Rasp,…
working with timber tools
tool and picture
the wood panel is a tool that's used to shave wood off of strip.
the chisel is a tool that has a bladed end for carving or cutting a hard material such as wood, stone, or metal by hand, struck with a mallet, or mechanical power.
the rasp is a tool that is used to remove fine amounts of material from a peace of work (something)
A bench hook is a workbench accessory used in woodworking, and its purpose is to provide a stop against which the piece of wood being worked can be firmly held, without having to use the vice, this saves time.
although there are many different hammers we'll be focusing on the claw hammer used foe pounding nails into wood or other material and the back or"claw" is used for leveraging nails out of the wood or material.
the file is used to remove fine amounts of material.
a mallet is a hammer that has a rubber or wood head and is used to knock wooden peace together and to drive dowels or chisels.
The try square is primarily used to measure right angles (90 degrees) but is also used to measure material in general.
The ruler is used to make small, medium or large measurements the lines and numbers show how long that is.
The marking scribe is used to make a mark or an indentation.
The tenon saw is primarily use to cut material by running the blade or teeth
Marking gauges are used to make a scrape or line on a material for later cutting.
A coping saw is a type of bow saw used to cut intricate external shapes and interior cut-outs. It is widely used to cut moldings to create coped rather than miter joints.
The bevel gauge is used to make perfect angles buy copying them and the it holds the same length so you can make the exact same angle.
the vice is used to hold down objects or material such as timber.
The G clamp much like the vice is used to hold objects or material in place and hold material together if they are being glued.
When planing small pieces, hold the plane firmly and move the work piece across the blade not the other way. If possible, anchor the plane against your body for stability.
where safety glasses/goggles, make sure the handle is not lose and use the right size for the job.
use the right sized rasp and secure the wood with a vice or other clamping device.
use a vice to hold the bench hook in place securely.
where safety glasses or goggles and strike the nail squarely.
Do not use a file as a pry bar, hammer, screwdriver or chisel.
When using a file, grasp the handle in one hand and the toe of the file in the other.
As always where safety glasses or goggles and make sure your peace of material is safely secured and not damaged as if you knock it hard enough in might fly out or shatter and brake.
The thicker wooden part of the handle should be over the edge of the surface, allowing the metal part to lie flat across the surface. Hold the handle against the edge of the material. The metal part is now positioned at a 90° angle compared to the edge.
Although the ruler is pretty harmless you can still hurt someone or yourself while using it don't throw it around and don't be silly with it and everything should be fine.
The wood scribe has a sharp edge and can be dangerous if used incorrectly so just don't be silly with it.
With the Tenon saw you should use the right size of the saw for the job always use eye protection never test sharpness with hand and make sure material and the saw are good to go.
while using the Marking gauge you should always have safety glasses on and keep your hands away from the blade
With the coping saw you have to be careful with the blade to evade injury and where eye protection.
with the bevel gauge it's good to keep your hands away from the cutting blade and where safety glasses to stop the wood chips from getting in your eyes.
With the vice just be careful not to clamp anything else like your finger or hand.
This coggle has been made so the tool, use and safety are all the same colour all you have to do is match the colour and you've found what you're looking for!