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Basic Hand Tools
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Carpenter's tool used to drive and pull nails.
A common tool with a rubber head designed to protect the surface being struck.
A tool used to put in slotted screws.
Flat or Slotted head screwdriver
A tool used to put in cross-head screws.
Phillips head screwdriver
This screwdriver has a star-shaped tip that is useful for replacing such parts as tailgate lenses;it is widely used in household appliances as well as lawn and garden equipment.
This screwdriver conforms to screws that can also be operated with hex keys; it is suitable for socket-head screws that are recessed.
A prying tool with a nail slot at the end to pull nails out in tightly enclosed areas. it can also be used as a small pry bar. It is usually 2 inches wide and 1 inches long.
Flat bar/ Pry bar
has two claws, one at either end,and is ground to a chisel- like bevel slant on both ends. You can use it like a claw hammer to pull nails. You can also drive it into wood to split and rip apart the pieces.
A nonadjustable wrench with an opening at each end that determines the size of the wrench.
form a continuous circle around the head of a fastener. The ends have six or twelve points. The ends come in different sizes, ranging from 3/8 inch to 1 5/16 inches.
Have two types of wrenches one of the ends of the wrench is open and the other is closed or box-end. this wrench can speed up our work, because you don't have to keep changing wrenches.
A hexagonal steel bar that is bent to form a right angel. Often referred to as an Allen wrench.
Hex key wrench
A smooth-jawed adjustable wrench used for turning nuts, bolts, and pipe fittings. Often referred to as a Crescent wrench.
Adjustable end wrench
to hold and bend wire and to grip and hold objects during assembly operations. They have adjustable jaws.
Slip Joint pliers
a wrench for gripping and turning a pipe or pipe-shaped object; it tightens when turned in one direction only
are used to get into tight places where other pliers won't reach or to grip parts that are too small to hold with ou fingers.they are useful for bending angles in wire or narrow metal strips.
Long Nose pliers or Needle Nose
You use to cut heavy or large-gauge wire and to hold work.The wedged jaws reduce the chance tha wires will slip, and the hook bend in one handle gives you a better grip.
Pliers or Side Cutters
have serrated teeh that grip flat, square, round, or hexagonal objects.You can set the jaws in up to five positions by slipping the curved ridge into the desired groove.
Channellock or Groove-Joint Pliers
clamp firmly onto objicts the way a vise does. A knob in the handle controls the width and tension of the jaws. You close the handles to lock the pliers. You release the pliers by pressing the lever to open the jaws.
Vise Grip or Locking Pliers
It is used to determine if a surface is level or plumb. It has three vials filled with alcohol.
Spirit Level (Bubble Level)
An L-shaped tool used to mark or measure materials and check for uniformity and "square".
Carpenter's square or Framing square
A type of carpenter's square made of cast aluminum that combines a protractor,try square, and framing square.
Rafter angle or Speed square
An adjustable carpenter's tool for identifying and marking angles.
This measuring tool can be a steel tape and are usually wound into metal cases. There is a hook at the end of the tape to hook over the object you are measuring.
A flexible tool commonly used by a seamstress to measure shapes that may not be straight, such as the waist on a person.
Cloth measuring tape
These clamps have a ratchet mechansim that quickly slides into place. You squeeze the trigger to hold fast and squeeze again to release the grip.
A double screw clamp with wooden jaws. Useful in furniture construction and repair.
This clamp has a C-shaped frame. It is used primarily for clamping metalwork. The clamp has a metal shoe at the end or a screw.Using a T-bar, you tighten the clamp so that it holds material etween the metal jaw of the frame and the shoe.
you use your hand to open the spring-operated clamp.When you release the handles, the spring holds the clamp tightly shut, applying even pressure to the material.
A rectangular piece of steel or aluminum is the spine of the clamp. It has a fixed jaw at one end and a sliding jaw with a spring locking device that moves along the bar.
A saw with small teeth (more teeth per inch) for cutting across the grain of wood.
A saw with larger teeth (fewer teeth per inch) for cutting with the grain of wood.
Hand saw with short thin blade held by a bow-shaped frame used to cut irregular shapes in wood.
Short hand saw with a tapered blade used to cut curves or irregular shapes.
Key hole saw
A saw used for cutting metal.
A steel hand tool with small sharp teeth used for sharpening or shaping.
They have six or twelve gripping points. The end or the socket that fits into the handle is square. Sokets also come in different legths. The long socket is called a deep socket.It is used when normal sockets will not reach.
Sockets and Ratchets wrench sets
A tool used for removing material from a surface.
Tool used to drive nail heads below the surface.
A frame with legs, used to support pieces of wood being sawed.
A woodworking tool for cutting, shaping, or smoothing wood.
An all purpose knife used for cutting.
Eye protection to protect eyes from the impact of foreign objects.
Eye protection to protect eyes from all directions.
Face and eye protection against flying debris.
A ruler able to accurately measure great lengths.
A tool used to measure "to scale".
A tool used in the building trades to make a straight line on a vertical surface.
Mouth and nose protection against airborne particles.
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