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Tool Identification Tool Identification and Use as Photographed and Prepared by Doug Best
1. Adjustable Wrench
Turning various size nuts and bolts.
4. Ball Pein Hammer
2. Ball Pein Hammer Hammering metal.
Flaring top of hole for recessing head for flathead screw or bolt.
17. C Clamps
4. C Clamps Clamping two or more pieces of metal together.
5. Chalk Line Reel Marking straight lines. Contains chalk and string
6. Long Nose Pliers Reaching into recessed areas.
7. Circular Carbide Saw Blade Blade for use on portable circular saw.
8. Regular Socket General-purpose socket for turning nuts & bolts.
43. Drill Press Vise
10. Drill Press Vise Holding stock while drilling.
67. Hack Saw
11. Hack Saw Sawing metal.
12. Slip Joint Pliers Adjust for holding various size material.
92. Nail Hammer
13. Nail Hammer Driving nails.
93. Nail Set
14. Nail Set Countersinking nail heads Tapered shank and cupped point
15. Masonry Bit Nailing in concrete, brick, or block.
99. Pin Punch
16. Pin Punch Driving out metal pins Straight shank and blunt tip
111. Pipe Wrench
17. Pipe Wrench Turning and holding metal pipe
18.Combination Square Determining 45 & 90 degree angles.
115. Portable Circular Saw
19. Portable Circular Saw Sawing wood in construction projects
20. Combination Wrench Turning hex & square nuts & bolts.
137. Sledge Hammer
21. Sledge Hammer Heavy hammering
22. Groove Joint Pliers Gripping when greater pressure is needed.
23. Coping Saw Cutting curves & irregular cuts.
155. Tape Rule
24. Tape Rule Straight or curved measuring
25. Try Square 90 degree squaring.
26. Open End Wrench Turning square head nuts & bolts.
27. Level Leveling & plumbing.
28. Portable Jig Saw Making irregular cuts.
29. Portable Electric Drill Drilling holes with an external source of electricity.
30. Straight Shank Drill Bit Drilling metal.
31. Speed Bore Bit Wood-boring bit for electric drill.
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