7 Amazing WoodWorking Tools Available On Amazon

7 Amazing WoodWorking Tools Available On Amazon

7 Amazing WoodWorking Tools You MUST Have

7 BESSEY® Cabinet Face Frame Clamps BES8511
US– https://amzn.to/2JarZZp
UK– https://amzn.to/2kIcxZB
India– https://amzn.to/2J7HwgF
Canada– https://amzn.to/2LR21M9

6 wolfcraft Bevel Plus Mitre Box
UK– https://amzn.to/2JbCqfg
Other– https://www.westfalia.net/shops/tools/measuring_equipment/measuring_and_planning/protractor_sets/1598013-wolfcraft-bevel-gauge-plus-mitre-box.htm

5 Deluxe Bench Dog Kit https://www.woodpeck.com/dbdk-A.html

4 Blum Eco Drill – M31.1000
US– https://amzn.to/2Jnl16E
UK– https://amzn.to/2sB0ssM
Canada– https://amzn.to/2LSxq0Q

3 wolfcraft 3-D-angle
US– https://amzn.to/2JnJrN3
UK– https://amzn.to/2xBaWy8
India– https://amzn.to/2J7FrAY

2 BC4-M2 Box Clamps
US– https://amzn.to/2LheyHp
UK– https://amzn.to/2kGD49L
India– https://amzn.to/2J7FGrN
Canada– https://amzn.to/2J4qe3O

1 DEWALT FLEXVOLT
US– https://amzn.to/2kIdXDp
Canada– https://amzn.to/2sqPZRo
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20 Replies to “7 Amazing WoodWorking Tools Available On Amazon”

  1. Half the fun of working with wood is figuring out little quirks of each board/piece and trying to work with it or work it out.

  2. i used to make wooden furniture, high end stuff, and those bench dog things "woodpecker" brand, would be great, if under $100 or at least under $200, i'd buy a set, otherwise i'll mill my own

  3. That's not how you do an inside baseboard corner. The piece to the Left is cut at 90 degrees and installed. The piece to the right gets cut at 45 degrees reverse angle and then cut following the edge with a coping saw at a 45 degree angle. Even a novice like me can get this right with a minimum amount of sanding to adjust if for a perfect fit. If I'm too far off I just cut it again in my power miter saw. Also on joining two pieces of wood I prefer my Dowel Jig. My favorite woodworking tool is the Prepping Weapon for hand sanding. I believe it is for Body work. I have different colors for the different grits.

  4. Could they not, at least for demonstrations, employ people who do not suffer from jitters when handsawing, as seen here in the spot of the miter box combination ?

  5. those box clamps – sucked wood's ass !! and he said EASY — yup. I would rather shave my balls with a 4" grinder – these tools are for the JOE SCHMOES that DON'T KNOW any better !

  6. I don't see much use in the cabinet clamps. That kind of joints, especially using screws, is not something you'd do often, on fine furniture.

    The arbitrary angle cutting guide is easily replaceable by a regular angle gauge plus a decent electric miter saw. You get things done faster that way too.

    I don't trust the wolcraft 3D angle to keep its dimensional stability over many years, due to it being made of plastic.

    The box clamps don't seem to be able to deal with different thicknesses of the two sides that need clamping.

    The bench dogs are nice – but retired.

    The blum drill guide with integrated drill bits is nice. But with a very narrow niche – putting on blum hinges.

    DeWalt wireless tools are but one of many choices. Most likely, best fit in some cases and less so in others, depending on the kind and amount of work you do, and the money you get for it.

    Worthless clip, IMO.

  7. The smart box clamps are rubbish they are not as easy as it shows to get the pieces square. I recomend the Bessey version.

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