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Tool Identification By:Gord Darling Construction Technology Adjustable Wrench Turning various size nuts and bolts. Allen Wrench Turning hex head socket screws. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Tool Identification


1
Tool Identification
  • ByGord Darling
  • Construction Technology

2
Adjustable Wrench
  • Turning various size nuts and bolts.

3
Allen Wrench
  • Turning hex head socket screws.

4
Aviation Snips
  • Cutting sheet metal.

5
Ball Pein Hammer
  • Hammering metal.

6
Bar Clamp
  • Clamping large sections of wood together.

7
Bent Nose Pliers
  • Reaching obstructive or awkward places.

8
Bolt Cutters
  • Cutting bolts steel rods.

9
Box End Wrench
  • Turning hex head nuts and bolts.

10
C Clamp
  • Clamping two or more pieces of metal together.

11
Chain Saw File
  • Sharpening chain saw file.

12
Chalk Line Reel
  • Making straight lines.

13
Circular Carbide Saw Blade
  • Blade used on portable electric saw.

14
Cold Chisel
  • Cutting metal.

15
Combination Oil Stone
  • For sharpening and honing cutting tools.

16
Combination Square
  • Determining 45o and 90o angles.

17
Combination Wrench
  • Turning hex and square nuts and bolts.

18
Compass
  • Drawing circles.

19
Compass Saw
  • Cutting wood in close places.

20
Coping Saw
  • Cutting curves and irregular cuts.

21
Cordless Drill
  • Drilling holes with a tool that uses a battery
    pack.

22
Countersink
  • Flaring top of hole for recessing head for
    flathead screw or bolt.

23
Diagonal Cutting Pliers
  • Surface and diagonal wire cutting.

24
Drift Punch
  • Aligning holes.

25
Drill Press Vise
  • Holding stock while drilling.

26
Dust Mask
  • Protects the respiratory system from airborne
    particles.

27
Emery Dresser
  • Smoothing face of grinding wheel.

28
End Cutting Nippers
  • Cutting ends of wire, nails and small bolts.

29
Finishing Nail
  • Nailing boards where head will not be noticed.

30
Framing Square
  • Squaring cut corners and laying out stairs and
    rafters.

31
Glass Cutter
  • Cutting glass.

32
Groove Joint Pliers
  • Gripping when greater pressure is needed.

33
Hack Saw
  • Sawing metal.

34
Half Hatchet
  • Cutting and fitting wood.

35
Half Round File
  • Curve and flat filing.

36
Hammer Drill
  • Power drilling in concrete, brick or block.

37
Hand Screw Clamp
  • Clamping wood together.

38
Level
  • Leveling and plumbing.

39
Line Level
  • Leveling between long distance points.

40
Long Nose Pliers
  • Reaching into recessed areas.

41
Machinists Vise
  • Holding metal firm while working.

42
Masonry Bit
  • Boring a hole in concrete, brick, or block.

43
Miter Box
  • Cutting angles.

44
Nail Hammer
  • Driving nails.

45
Nail Set
  • Countersinking nail heads.

46
Nailing Gun
  • Rapid nailing using air, gas, or electricity.

47
Open End Wrench
  • Turning square head nuts and bolts.

48
Phillips Screwdriver
  • Turning phillips heads screws.

49
Pin Punch
  • Driving out metal pins.

50
Pipe Wrench
  • Turning and holding metal pipe.

51
Plumb Bob
  • Vertical plumbing to locate points.

52
Portable Circular Saw
  • Sawing wood in construction projects.

53
Portable Electric Drill
  • Drilling holes with an external source of power.

54
Portable Jig Saw
  • Making irregular cuts.

55
Portable Electric Sander
  • Power tool used for smoothing surface.

56
Putty Knife
  • Applying and smoothing putty.

57
Roofing Nail
  • Nailing tin, aluminum, fiberglass or asphalt
    roofing.

58
Router
  • Making edges or designs in wooden surfaces.

59
Rubber Mallet
  • Hammering to avoid marring surface.

60
Safety Glasses
  • Protects eyes from the impact of foreign objects.

61
Safety Goggles
  • Protects eyes from liquids and vapors.

62
Screwmate
  • Drills and countersinks flat head wood screw
    holes.

63
Side Cutting Pliers
  • Holding and/or cutting wire.

64
Sledge Hammer
  • Heavy hammering.

65
Slip Joint Pliers
  • Adjust for holding various size material.

66
Slotted Screwdriver
  • Turning slotted screwdriver.

67
Speed Bore Bit
  • Wood boring bit for electric drill.

68
Straight Shank Drill Bit
  • Drilling metal.

69
Tape Rule
  • Straight or curved measuring.

70
Torx Screwdriver
  • Turning torx-head screws and bolts.

71
Try Square
  • 90o squaring.

72
Vise Grip Pliers
  • For extra firm gripping.

73
Wood Chisel
  • Dressing and shaping wood.

74
Wood Mallet
  • Driving non-metallic objects.

75
Wood Rasp
  • Coarse filing of wood.

76
Wrecking Bar
  • Ripping and prying.

77
Designed By
  • Gord Darling,
  • Sydenham High School
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