|Angle Grinder||Angle Grinders are versatile tools that can grind metal and cut tile, stucco and pavers, rout out mortar, plus they can sand, polish and sharpen.|
Useful for woodworkers and DIYers, Angle Grinders are used well for cleaning up pitted or rusted metal surfaces and can smooth out welded
|Anvil||A heavy iron or steel shaped block with a horn shaped spur on which metals are hammered into shape during forging.|
|Awls||Awls are used for making small holes in narrow timber. They are divided in to 2 types. Birdcage awls are square blade ground to a point and|
Bradawl have a round blade ground to a flat edge. This is used across the grain of the wood primarily for starting holes for screws to prevent
|Bevel||The carpenter's sliding bevel is used for determining existing angles and for transferring angles onto a workpiece. It is important that the fixing|
device securely tightens the blade to prevent movements once an angle has been set, without obstructing the work.
|Bolt Cutters||A bolt cutter, sometimes called bolt cropper, is a tool used for cutting chains, padlocks, bolts and wire mesh. It typically has long handles and|
short blades,with compound hinges to maximize leverage and cutting force. There are numerous types of Bolt Cutters; Angle Cut, Center Cut,
Shear Cut, End Cut & Clipper Cut.
|Calipers||Calipers are used to measure the distance between two opposite sides of an object. The bowlegged caliper is used to measure outside dimensions,|
with the straight-legged caliper used to measure inside dimensions.
|Claw Hammer||Finish carpentry and light-duty nailing jobs. Features two sharp, beveled edges for gripping and drawing out stubborn nails.|
|Corded Drill||Maybe the most popular power tool ever, the corded drill is a true jack-of-all-trades. Bore holes in a range of materials, drive screws and nuts, brush|
away paint and rust, sand edges and stir paint – these are just a few of the tasks this tool can accomplish.
|Cordless Drill||All the benefits of a corded drill, but without a tether. Allows you to work on top of a ladder, on damp ground and without the tangles of a cord. The|
tradeoff is that a cordless may not be able to handle more rugged work or have quite the power of a corded.
|Drill Bits||Drill bits are cutting tools used to remove material to create holes, almost always of circular cross-section. Drill bits come in many sizes and shapes|
and can create different kinds of holes in many different materials.
|Electronic Level||This tool makes use of blinking lights and a beeping signal to indicate level, plumb, pre-selected and unknown angles.|
|Hand Saw||The most common and recognizable of all handsaws. Has a wide, tapering blade with teeth cut along one edge and a handle riveted to the wide end.|
Two basic types: crosscut and rip. Most effectively used to cut large, wide or thick pieces of wood.
|Keyhole Saw||A small saw with a short, narrow blade and a tight turning radius. Smaller than a compass saw, it can also cut light metal.|
|Levels||A spirit level, bubble level or simply a level is an instrument designed to indicate whether a surface is horizontal (level) or vertical (plumb). Different|
types of spirit levels may be used by carpenters, stonemasons, bricklayers, other building trades workers, surveyors, millwrights and other metalworkers.
|Masking Tape||This is sold in rolls in various widths. Useful for keeping straight lines when separating colours, e.g walls etc.|
|Marking Gauge||These are used for making marks on timber or sheet metal. Other types can be used for marking out areas on floors where items can be stacked.|
|Pliers||Pliers are a multi-purpose hand tool with opposing jaws for gripping, bending and cutting. The two cross metal limbs provide tough leverage for|
multiplying the strength of the user's hand. Pliers are an essential part of every toolbox, as they have multiple uses about the home.
|Riveter & Rivets||A tool for applying Rivets when joining two pieces of sheet metal together.|
|Screwdriver||A screwdriver is a tool used to turn (or "drive") screws into something.|
|Spanner||A tool with a shaped opening or jaws for gripping and turning a nut or bolt.|
|Trowel||A small handheld tool with a flat, pointed blade, used to apply and spread mortar or plaster.|
|Tweezers||Small delicate tools for delicate gripping work.|