A coarse file, used mainly on wood,having separate conical teeth.
A drill that is spun using ahand-turned crank.
A smaller version of a regular hacksaw, which is a c-shaped handlewith a replaceable blade.
Any of various devices, usually havingtwo jaws that may be broughttogether or separated by means of ascrew, lever, or the like, used to hold anobject firmly while work is being done on it.
A tool featuring perforated sheet metal andresembles a food grater. A surform consists of asteel strip with holes punched out and the rim ofeach hole sharpened to form a cutting edge.The strip is mounted in a carriage or handle.
A tool consisting of a solid head,usually of metal, set crosswiseon a handle, used for beatingmetals, driving nails, etc.
A pointed instrument for piercingsmall holes in leather, wood, etc.
A tool or device for cutting, typicallya thin blade of metal with aseries of sharp teeth.
A hand held block that consists ofstrong paper coated with a layerof sand or other abrasive,used for smoothing or polishing.
A C-shaped clamp having ascrew that is threaded throughone tip in the directionof the other tip.
A hand tool for turning a screw, consistingof a handle attached to a long, narrowshank, usually of metal, which tapersand flattens out to a tip that fitsinto the slotted head of a screw.
A punch for making shallowindentations in metal or woodwork, as to center drill bits.
A strip of wood, metal, or othermaterial having a straight edgeand usually marked off in inchesor centimeters, used for drawinglines, measuring, etc.
A device for testing the squarenessof carpentry work or the like, or forlaying out right angles, consistingof a pair of straightedges fixedat right angles to one another.
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