Basic Set of Tools for the Woodworking Beginner
Basic Set of Tools for the Woodworking Beginner
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I want to trust what you are saying, but you may work for Abstergo. I’ll proceed with caution;j
Can you use more lame terms and examples 🙂 thanks
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thank u sir
I’m a 2nd generation Carpenter And a pro tattoo artist. I want to learn more About this craft but my Father passed away when I was young
And I feel that he would have loved to keep his tradition going
Thumbs up for the assassins creed shirt.
I think I would of made a caveat to that list Mark.
That chisel set needs a very simple sharpening system.
How about a good carpenters pencil, speed square or similar and a crusty fm radio?
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Hello I’m nine I’m getting into wood work and at school we doing it every Friday and this helped a lot thank you
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What about the miter saw for a starter?
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wheres a good place to get this stuff for cheap?
I see you didnt rank them…which is really impossible…
But I’d have to put the circular saw number one.
1. Circular Saw
That’s just how I would rank them if I had to…but of course that doesnt make sense.
Its kinda like saying a cars engine is more important than its wheels.
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super informative – thanks for the video!
great videos, very informative, you work is beautiful!
Low quality jigsaws are horrible, that’s not a good recommendation. I agree with the rest of this list.
This guy is a templer
Alrighty then, trying to learn, you lost me with your terminology in less then a minute. Don’t know what a jig is… don’t know what half the things you mention regarding that router can do….
Keep in mind we’re beginners – I dont know what half of those words mean!
He must be making good money to be able to afford festools. Personally I think they’re overpriced in that you’re paying for a name. But if that’s what he prefers and can justify it cest la vie. Pssst I would have gone with Milwaukee.
Hi, I’m redoing my wood floors and for some reason in certain spots it’s changing colors like splotchy. It’s like a light paper bag brown, they really stand out. It does it even after I sand and stained it. Can you help?
You didn’t mention a chop saw/mitre saw, how you you achieve small angle cuts with that setup?
Wow you forgot the 🔨
OK. The shirt. BIG props for representing the Creed on your channel…
Nobody seems to be learning anything from this video because they are focusing on the brand and not the tool, of course no beginner is going to be buying festool power tools for a hobby.
I have been a bio major for three years now, and honestly I have been considering trade because I am losing my passion for biology and chemistry. I have been considering carpentry the most, and I was hoping if you had any advice or websites that I could look into for this transition.
Hey man, I just wanted to say thank you for taking your time and energy to put this video out. I have to build my mother new cabinets.. well, I could but them, but why? I figure the money I’d spend on the cabinets is more than it would cost to buy all the tools needed. So, here’s my question. How do I build a cabinet?? Lol, kidding, I’ll teach myself. The real question is, what do I need? I’m considering quitting my job and working for myself building cabinets. I’d be comfortable spending between 5 to 8 thousand getting up and running. Thanks, again!
im a beginner. i don’t know what jointing, flush trimming or joinery are. when I click on a beginner’s video, i want to understand the terminology. I’ll keep looking
Was scared of wasting money in tools that thought I’ll never use but ,
No anymore have bunch of ideas and positive if I never try I’ll never known if I’m good or not
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LMAO … festool for beginners…….. maybe dewalt or Makita rather.
It is funny to see all the comments lambasting this guy for the Festool tools. Yes, they are expensive, but this guy does this for a living and most likely gets hooked up with sponsorships. Even if not, with enough work and time, one may organize a tool savings budget. Extrapolate for your own economic situation!
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A big thumbs up very informative.
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Thanks for the video I’ve always been interested in wood working and never know where to start but now I have an idea thank you.
A basic set of tools is determined by the work you do. Not by some arbitrary list maker. Are you a trim carpenter, a framer, a cabinet maker, a tradesman of some other type or a home owner who needs some basic woodworking tools to support your activities. Each one of these people will have a different list. One tool they will all need is tape measure. A hammer is losing some of its past glory but is still in most tool kits as is the square. I have a router. It was a waste of money. I only used it once and even then I could have used a plane. I can never see me needing an orbital sander and I have been in the trade for 47 years. The cordless drill is a useful tool for many jobs. A circular saw is right up there but it would be a tough call whether the circular, table, band saw is most useful and yes the jig saw has it’s moments but not as often as the previous saws. Back to my first point… what you do determines what you need. As for the Festool ad… I guess you’re hoping they toss you a bone for that blatant ad.
Is that handsaw a pull saw?
Can it is used for cut, drill and other use in iron metal
first tool shown in a "BASIC SET" is a plunge router from a professional brand.
I stopped the video here because you miss the point.