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Carpentry hand tools (BTEC Diploma Level 1 Construction - Unit 14)
Transcript of Carpentry hand tools (BTEC Diploma Level 1 Construction - Unit 14)
Carpentry hand tools
Marking out tools
A nail punch is used to
punch nails below the
surface of the timber.
A marking gauge is used to mark a single
line along the timber edge
A tri-square can be used to set out
lines accurately on timber. You can
also check that pieces of timber
are 90°or at right angles on the corners.
A sliding bevel can be used to set out angled lines on timber and also measure various angles.
A tenon saw is used to cut woodwork joints or small pieces of timber.
Bevel edged chisel
A bevel edged chisel can be used to cut out a housing joint.
A smoothing plane can be used to plane sawn timber
A mallet can be used for gently tapping joints together or hitting chisels when making housing joints.
The wheel brace hand
drill is used with a drill
bit to drill holes in timber.
A bradawl is used to start or form small holes in timber.
A screwdriver is
used for driving
in and removing