Here are our most commonly used tools in the shop.
Kobalt Miter Saw
Great for cutting boards to length and cutting angles for picture frames, door trim, etc.
Kobalt Table Saw
We use this tool often for ripping boards to desired width.
Bosch Orbital Sander
This tool saves time and elbow grease for a nice smooth finish on all your wood projects.
Craftsman Drill & Driver Set
A reliable set for drilling holes and fastening screws.
Craftsman Bench Planer
If you're upcycling and want to resurface wood, a bench planer is a must have.
This tool is an economical substitute for a band saw and useful for cutting out strange shapes.
This is a great tool to help fancy up your projects a bit either by rounding over edges or adding a more intricate detail to edges.
Keep those fingers safe! Push blocks are a MUST when sending work pieces through the table saw.
A Measuring Tape and Carpenter's Pencil
Spend a little time to check your angles before fastening boards together. It can help save a headache later.