Sometimes you ask me about which woodworking tools to buy and which hardware store I bought mine from. So in the following links you can find information about some of the electric woodworking and do-it-yourself machines I use in my workshop and in my videos.
Power tools for woodworking and do-it-yourselfers
Let’s take a look at the most typical woodworking and woodworking DIY power tools (although perhaps over time this will expand):
The hand jigsaw:
This is one of the most versatile woodworking tools we can have. And rightly one of the first power tools that the hobbyist buys along with the drill.
The circular hand saw:
A woodworking tool that will help us to increase the cutting capacity we have in our workshop. This will allow us to dare with projects that would take us an eternity and a lot of effort with the jig saw. On the other hand, it can be a dangerous power tool for beginners and not so beginners.
The electric screwdriver: I can assure you that I have destroyed my arms putting in and taking out screws with the hand screwdriver. Now it’s a quick and easy job. The only power tool that should be battery operated.
The wood router: This woodworking tool is often the great unknown of the beginner. But when we discover it, we immediately realize how big a leap our woodworking projects are going to take. It will hardly become our favorite tool.
It is because there are always things that escape us, I am more of those who believe they are learners of everything rather than masters of nothing. But in the articles I intend to give as broad an overview as I can of the electric woodworking machines that are commonly used in DIY woodworking tasks.
This information is based on my experience using these woodworking machines and on data I have collected. In each case I will tell you what particular power tool I have, what things about those woodworking and DIY tools I like or dislike, or if I am satisfied with it.
This page will be completed little by little, so it will continue 🙂