Tool For Cutting Wood : With Images and Uses

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  1. Tool For Cutting Wood  

There are many tools available for cutting and shaping a block of wood to a required shape and size. We will see a tool for cutting wood with images and uses.

 

Name ImageUse
1. Mitre sawMitre sawUsed to make angled cuts for molding, trim work, etc.
2. Scroll sawScroll sawUsed to cut intricate curves and joints.
3. Table sawTable sawUsed for cutting across (crosscut) and with (rip) the wood grain.
4. Band sawBand sawUsed to cut curves, even in thick lumber.
4. Circular sawCircular sawUsed to make cuts in a straight line on pieces of lumber.
5. Reciprocating sawReciprocating sawUsed to cut and rip out the materials around doors, windows, etc.
6. Radial ArmRadial armUsed to cut against the grain of the wood (crosscut) but can also cut with the grain (rip).
7. JigsawJig sawUsed for cutting shapes and curves in wood.
8. ChiselschiselsUsed to cut, sculpt, scrape, or shape wood.
9. AxeAxeUsed for chopping, splitting, chipping, and piercing.
10. Coping SawCoping SawUsed to cut intricate external shapes and interior cut-outs in woodworking.
11. Bow SawBow sawUsed for cross-cutting branches or firewood.
12. Tree Loperstree lopersUsed for pruning trees and tall shrubs.
13. Pruning SawPruning SawUsed to trim shrubs and trees.
14. PlanesPlanesUsed to smooth wood surfaces.
15. Crosscut crosscut Used for cutting a block of wood across the grain.
16. Router router Used for making cutouts, duplicates from a pattern, etc.
17. Wallboard Sawwallboard sawUsed to create holes for utility plugs, fixtures, piping, and electrical outlets.
18. Veneer sawUsed to cut veneers, thin sheets of wood.
19. Rip cut sawRip cut sawUsed for woodworking when you want to make rough cuts.
20. Keyhole sawkeyhole sawUsed for cutting in tight spaces and making internal cuts.
21. Chain SawUsed for tree felling, limbing, bucking, pruning, etc.
22. LatheLatheUsed for shaping metal or wood.
23. HacksawsHacksawsUsed for cutting through materials such as plastic, steel, etc.
24. Japanese SawUsed in woodworking and Japanese carpentry that cuts on the pull stroke.

 

 

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