Tools used in the workshop

For the rest of us, you might find a few tips on what tools to have at home. How to equip a small home workshop well
Today\’s market has a great variety of products for the “professional” or “handyman” workshop. You can buy both hobby and professional products, in a variety of price ranges, and both brand-name and non-brand-name products.
For home use, tools from the hobby series are sufficientas long as they do not “interfere” with professional work and follow the manufacturer\’s instructions
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are among the most common tools in the home. While some are simple enough to drill holes only, you want to choose one that also has impact , reverse, and speed control. Don\’t let concrete or stone get in the way while you work. When buying, one would be interested in the size of the hole that can be drilled in the material, and of course the power of the drill.

For long, straight cuts, an old-fashioned circular saw(or circular saw, muffle) is best. However, they cannot be carried everywhere, as they are part of the structure needed for accuracy. For more complex holes (for example, for countertop sinks), a jigsaw with an oscillating blade is needed. When choosing, look at the power, depth, and, if necessary, cutting angle settings.
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Grinding and milling
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with drills can be used, but belt sanders are more suitable for larger areas. To create various grooves, edges, or decorations, use a straight line milling machine . A stacked milling machineis used to make wood joints (cross, vertical, frame, and corner)

. Use hammers and nails, drills and screws, screwdrivers and bolts with nuts. Also use, for example, glue gunsand staple guns , as well as [66] meters [67], and various [68] detectors [69] to detect wires and water pipes inside walls that you do not want to encounter when drilling. For measuring distances, accurate laser rangefinderscan be purchased.