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This list of tools is intended as a convenient reference list for tools which may be of use either directly in conjunction with the machine, or when working on projects with it. Where available, links to 3D models of tools or other plan files are included so as to allow one to create tool storage systems which include said tools, or to make the tools oneself. Other columns note usages of the tools, or their inclusion in notable lists of tools or historically significant tool chests.

List of Tools

Sortable table
Image Tool Description Uses CAD Historical notes
Tools openscad hexkeys.png
Allen wrenches/hex keys Hexagonal tools for fasteners which have 6 sided geometric recesses Various sizes are used on all models of the Shapeoko OpenSCAD

parametric Hex keys

Allen key was a trademark from 1910 and was registered to the Apex Tool Group before the shuttered the Armstrong and Allen tool brands.[1] Ball end variants were developed by the Bondhus Corporation in 1964.[2]
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Tools: Machinist Square Metalworker's version of a woodworker's try square Used to determine squareness or set right angles. OpenSCAD The typically steel blade is welded or pinned into a heavier, thicker body which allows the square to stand on its own.

Studley tool cabinet: 2.625″ × 1.875″ Starrett[3]

Tools combination wrench.png
Tools: Combination Wrench Tools: Wrenches Combination because it has both open and closed ends. Used to turn or hold nuts and bolts. OpenSCAD


Coes Wrench, history and STL files

Carbide3D: Project #1 - Wrench

Various sizes are used on all Shapeoko variants. The English term is spanner.

Studley tool cabinet:

  • Tiny screw-feed wrench (Tower & Lyons GEM)
  • Small screw-feed wrench L. Coe(d?)s No. 25
Tools screwdriver.png
Tools: Screwdriver Starrett 559B Tool for driving screws. http://listoftools.com/grinding_operations/screwdriver_tip_dressing.html

http://hormec.com/horlogerie-3/tools/sharpening-device-for-screwdrivers/

Various sizes and types are used on all Shapeoko variants.

Studley tool cabinet:

  • 3/16″ flat blade, 7/16″ shaft
  • 3/16″ flat blade, 11/16″ shaft
  • 1/4″ flat blade, 1.25″ shaft
  • 1/4″ flat blade, 1.9375″ shaft
  • 3/16″ flat blade, 1.1875″ shaft
  • 9/32″ flat blade, 6.5625″ shaft
  • 7/32″ flat blade, 4.3125″ shaft
  • 1/16″ flat blade, 0.5625″ shaft
  • 5/16″? flat blade, 10.375″ shaft

Robert W. Lang: screwdriver w/ interchangeable tips

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Tools: Calipers Precision measuring tool. Usually able to take inside and outside readings. Usually possible to add a foot for depth measurement. Golden section calipers

https://www.quantumbalancing.com/goldenmeantemplate.htm

Tool calipers locking.svg

Locking register calipers modeled after H.O. Studley's

Useful for evaluating cut accuracy or measuring part sizes.

Studley tool cabinet:

  • No. 425 Starrett 3″ locking caliper
  • Locking thickness caliper
  • Inside caliper (4.875″ × 2.5″ × 0.75″)
  • 2 × Outside calipers (2.5″ × 1.8375″ × 0.4325″ and 3.9375″ × 2.1875″ × 0.4325″)
  • Caliper Square Starrett 3″ scale

Robert W. Lang: 4″ suggested

Tools: Mallet Mallet Sawmillcreek: plans for deadblow mallet of plumbing parts CNCed Traditional Style Woodworking Mallet Studley tool cabinet: Infill mallet, o.a.l. 11″, 17 oz. weight, head is sandcast bronze, rosewood handle

Robert W. Lang:

  • dead blow mallet, 14 oz.
Tools: Drill bits Forstner Studley tool cabinet:
  • Tapered tang Forstner bits: 3/8″, 1/2″, 5/8″ and 3/4″
  • 16 drill bits 0.70″--0.225″
  • 13 auger bits 1/4″, 5/16″, 3/8″, 7/16″, 1/2″, 9/16″, 5/8″, 11/16″, 3/4″, 13/16″, 7/8″, 15/16″ and 1″
  • 11 drill bits 0.095″--0.160″
  • 11 bow drill bits 0.080″--0.170″
  • 5 spoon bits 1/4″--3/8″
  • 4 brace bits for making countersink for screws w/ 7/16″ heads
  • 10 square tanged center bits 1/8″--1″
  • 1 expanding bit (set at 1 9/16″)
Tools: Marking Gauges Marking Gauges Thingiverse Studley tool cabinet:
  • Set of 4 marking gauges
  • rosewood marking gauge
Tools: Pliers Pliers

Thingiverse:

https://cults3d.com/en/tool/zortrax-pliers-hello

A pair is included in the Shapeoko 3 toolkit.

Studley tool cabinet:

  • Two pairs of jeweler’s pliers, o.a.l. 6″, bending and needle-nosed
  • specialized compression pliers
  • Flat pliers
  • miniature flat-face pliers

Robert W. Lang: end cutting pliers

Tools: Tap and die Dies for cutting threads and a handle Studley tool cabinet: miniature die set and handle
Tools: Depth Gauge Studley tool cabinet: Starrett 6″
Tools: Nippers Studley tool cabinet: Starrett No. 1 Adjustable jaw cut nipper o.a.l. 5½″ (compound wire cutters)

Studley workbench: nippers

Tools: Straightedge

Tools: Rule

Thingiverse: Folding Pocket Ruler Studley tool cabinet:
  • 6″ layout/scribing tool
  • Starrett No. 400 machinist’s rule, 8ths, 16ths, 32nds, 64ths (tapered)
  • ivory and nickel silver four-section 24″ No. 50B E.A. Stearns and Co.
  • three-fold ivory and nickel silver 1' rule No. 57B
  • Starrett No. 800 Tempered No. 4 3″ machinist rule
  • Starrett 4R 9″ rule with protractor head

(rules are also included in some of the squares)

Studley workbench: 2' rule or tape measure

Tools: Bevel gauges Studley tool cabinet: three bevel gauges, 5.75″, 9″, 15.5625″ I.J. Robinson
Tools: Wire gauges Studley tool cabinet:
  • gauge 1--30 2.75″ diameter Vulcan Hardware
  • gauge 12--28 1.5″ diameter Starrett Standard Music Wire Gauge Model 280
Tools: Center gauge Thingiverse: Center finder Studley tool cabinet: Starrett No. 391
Tools: Drill gauge Studley tool cabinet: Morse 1-42
Tools: Chisels Studley tool cabinet:
  • 12 bench chisels Buck Brothers 0.090″--1.48″

Studley workbench

  • carving chisels
  • mortise chisels

Robert W. Lang

  • Marbles/Greenlee, ⅛″--1½″
Tools: Brace Studley tool cabinet: 14″ w/ bit adapter
Tools: Drill Studley tool cabinet:
  • Bow drill spindle

Studley workbench: drill bow

Tools: Honing rod Studley tool cabinet: knife honing rod
Tools: Scriber Studley tool cabinet:
  • Contour tracing scribe
  • 3 brass scribes with steel points
Tools: Honing rod Studley tool cabinet: knife honing rod
Tools: Machinist’s scraper Studley tool cabinet: ~2″
Tools: Scraper Studley workbench: card/duckbill scrapers

Robert W. Lang:

  • rectangular
  • 5 in 1 painter’s scraper
Tools: Dividers Studley tool cabinet:
  • J. Stevens 4.25″
  • J. Stevens 5.75″
Tools: Saw Backsaw Project.pdf[4] Studley tool cabinet:
  • Rip Backsaw Chandler & Barber 7.9375″
  • Crosscut Backsaw Chandler & Barber 10″
  • frame saw 8.875″

Studley workbench:

  • panel saw
  • bow saw
  • coping/fretwork saw
  • tenon saw
  • pad/keyhole saw

Robert W. Lang:

  • Japanese dovetail saw, with a replaceable blade
Tools: Knife Studley tool cabinet: pair of felt knives

Studley workbench: marking knife

Robert W. Lang:

  • chip carving knife
  • “English Clip Point” putty knife
Tools: Scribe http://makezine.com/2015/07/08/milling-metal-scriber-brass/ [5] Studley tool cabinet: brass and steel scribe
Tools: Sharpening stone Studley tool cabinet: oilstone in rosewood, mother of pearl and brass box
Tools: Planes Thingiverse: Wall holder for Veritas Cabinetmaker's Trimming Plane Youtube: CNC: Make a Krenov-style plane - 058 Fine Woodworking: Shop made grooving planes Studley tool cabinet:
  • Bailey block plane
  • 9″ Bailey bench plane
  • Stanley No. 30 Joiner Plane 22.25″
  • Stanley No. 27 Jack plane 15″
  • Stanley Jack Plane
  • Stanley No. 9 Plane 13″
  • Tiny block plane 3 3/16″
  • Stanley No. 1 Bench Plane 6″

Studley workbench:

  • joinery planes (fillister, plough router, shoulder, dado)
  • moulding planes

Robert W. Lang:

  • Record low-angle adjustable mouth block plane
  • Record 3-in-1 plane --- medium shoulder plane
  • No. 4 Stanley smoother
Tools: Burnisher Studley tool cabinet: Tapered oval burnished

Robert W. Lang: burnisher

Tools: Combination Square Studley tool cabinet:
  • Starrett 9″ w/ center-finding head
Tools: Ream Thingiverse Studley tool cabinet: brass and steel tool holding a drill bit


Tools: Awl Studley tool cabinet: set of four awls 4.4375″--5.25″
Tools: Square Thingiverse Right angle ruler tools Studley tool cabinet:
  • Starrett No. 14 w/ two interchangeable blades
  • Starrett No. 4 4″ double square
  • Starrett 3″ caliper square
  • Starrett #21 2″ flat square
  • set of three infill squares 5.0625″--11.3125″

Robert W. Lang:

  • Starrett No. 4 4″ double square
  • Starrett 6″ combination square
  • 12″ combination square
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Tools: Micrometers Thingiverse: Micrometer 2.5 Inch Studley tool cabinet: 1″ Starrett Micrometer caliper
Tools: Spokeshave http://www.woodworkersinstitute.com/page.asp?p=2072 Studley tool cabinet: Round spokeshave 10¼″ (Humphrey Tool)
Tools: Hammer Thingiverse

http://community.carbide3d.com/t/3d-rocket-hammer-head-in-brass/505

Studley tool cabinet:
  • 11.25″
  • 11.875″
  • claw hammer

Studley workbench: veneering hammer

Robert W. Lang:

  • claw hammer, True Temper Rocket, 16 oz.
Tools: Vise Thingiverse: Baby Bullet Vise Model Studley tool cabinet: Prentiss Vise No. 70
Tools: Riffler Robert W. Lang: small
Tools: Rasp Studley workbench: rasps and files

Robert W. Lang: hand-cut rasp

Tools: Adhesive Studley workbench: glue pot
Tools: Nail set Studley workbench: nail set

Additional Tools

Tap and die: http://www.wkfinetools.com/contrib/dAssis/art/TapDie/TapDie-01.asp [9]

Layout Tools

Some, such as the calipers and golden proportion calipers, are listed above.

Sector

Jim Tolpin, a noted woodworking author has a site which discusses them, and has free plans and instructions for a sector, as well as additional (paid) material: https://www.byhandandeye.com/shop/

http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?164865-Using-a-sector

https://georgewalkerdesign.wordpress.com/2013/09/26/designers-alphabet-s-is-for/ --- use of a folding rule as a crude sector.

Sources

http://www.traceparts.com/ [10]

https://www.benchcrafted.com/crubber

References

http://handtoollist.com/#section-first-tools [11]


http://www.phoenixmasonry.org/masonicmuseum/studley_1993_tool_chest_article.htm

Popular Woodworking: Confusing the Beginners---Another Tool List by Robert W. Lang

Sloyd Tool List: spreadsheet

http://www.nicholsontool.com/MagentoShare/media/documents/nicholson-guide-to-filing-2014.pdf

http://www.renaissancewoodworker.com/getting-started-hand-tool-list/

http://blowery.org/the-48/

https://thebluebottletree.com/antique-jewelers-tools/

https://paulsellers.com/2011/12/my-essential-tools/

Woodworking Tools 1600-1900 (Gutenberg.org) by Peter C. Welsh

Wooden tool box and (mostly) wooden tools: http://www.giordanovigano.it/en/portfolio/kit-del-legname

  • bevel square
  • scriber
  • pencil
  • hammer (actually a mallet)
  • chisel
  • hand plane

Books

Virtuoso: The Tool Cabinet and Workbench of Henry O. Studley By Donald C. Williams; Photographs by Narayan Nayar[12] An excerpt.pdf is available (but unfortunately it does not correct the incorrect photo on pg. 70 as of this writing). http://www.leevalley.com/US/newsletters/Woodworking/1580//article2.pdf

Jim Tolpin's The Toolbox Book: A Craftsman's Guide to Tool Chests, Cabinets and Storage Systems

Andy Rae's Choosing & Using Hand Tools

Ancient Tools

Studley Tool Cabinet

218 tools in total, including a missing drill bit (see below) as well as 14 items of unknown or uncertain purpose (including a round container listed below)

Measuring

  • marking gauges
    • set of 3 ebony marking gauges
    • rosewood, 5 1/2" o.a.l.
  • depth gauge (Starrett #237)
  • rules/straightedges
    • 6" straightedge with 2 side hooks
    • 6" machinist rule (Starrett #400)
    • 6" hook rule (Starrett #300)
    • ivory and nickel silver? folding rule, 4 section 24" (E.A. Stearns No. 50B (replacement))
    • three-fold ivory and nickel silver rule 1' rule 4 section 12" (E.A. Stearns No. 57B)
    • 9" combination square with center finding head (Starrett)
    • 3" machinist rule (Starrett #800, No. 4(R) gradations) --- current equivalent seems to be: C604R-3 Steel Rule with Inch Graduation
    • 2 1/2" square w/ two blades (one rectangular, one beveled) (Starrett #14)
    • 4" double square w/ 4R rule (Starrett)
    • 9" machinist scale (Starrett #400)
    • 9" rule (4R) with protractor head (Starrett #490)
    • 2" flat machinist square (Starrett)
    • 2 5/8" machinist square
    • 3 infill squares 5 1/16"--11 5/16" o.a.l.
  • calipers
    • 3" locking caliper (Starrett #425)
    • locking thickness caliper 3" o.a.l.
    • inside calipers 4 7/8" o.a.l. (J.W. Barsantee)
    • two pairs of outside calipers 2 1/2" and 3 15/16" o.a.l. (P.S. Stubs)
    • 1" micrometer (Starrett)
    • 3" caliper square w/ micro-adjust mechanism (Starrett)
  • dividers
    • 4 1/4" (J. Stevens)
    • 5 3/4" (J. Stevens)
  • bevel gauges
    • 5 3/4" x 3/4" (I.J. Robinson)
    • 9" x 15/16" (I.J. Robinson)
    • 15 9/16" x 1 7/32"
  • wire/sheet metal gauge, 2 3/4" diameter (Vulcan Hardware Co.)
  • Standard Music Wire Gauge (Starrett #280) --- 281 American Standard Wire Gage, 0-36 Range
  • center gauge (Starrett #391)
  • drill gauge (5 1/4" x 1 5/8", measures #1--42) (Morse Twist Drill and Steel Wire Gauge)

Clamping

  • 2 brass lifters 3 5/16" length x 11/16" diameter
  • Prentiss Vise (No. 70)

Cutting

  • saws
    • rip backsaw, 13 3/16" o.a.l. (Chandler & Barber)
    • crosscut backsaw, 14 13/16" o.a.l. (Chandler & Barber)
  • brass and steel scribe 2 3/8" o.a.l.
  • adjustable cut jaw nipper (Starrett 1X-7?) --- http://www.starrett.com/metrology/product-detail/1X-7
  • machinist's scraper
  • 12 bench chisels, 0.090"--0.480", 8 3/4"--13 1/16" o.a.l. (Buck Brothers)
  • Planes
    • block plane, ~6 3/16" (L. Bailey)
    • bench plane, (Stanley #1)
    • bench plane, ~9" (L. Bailey)
    • jack plane (Stanley #27)
    • jack plane, 13 9/16" (Stanley)
    • cabinetmaker's block plane (Stanley #9)
    • jointer plane (Stanley #30)
    • block plane, 3 3/16" o.a.l.
  • frame saw ~8 7/8" o.a.l.
  • round spokeshave 10 1/4" o.a.l. (Humphrey Tool?)
  • felt chisel w/ 11/16" blade ~4 1/4" o.a.l.

Sharpening

  • sharpening stone and box 7" x 1 9/16" x 1 13/16"
  • knife honing rod, 6 13/16" o.a.l.
  • tapered oval burnisher

Drilling

  • 4 awls 4.4375″--5.25″
  • 4 forstner bits 3/8", 1/2", 5/8", 3/4"
  • 16 drill bits (0.070"--0.225", 2 3/4"-- 5 1/2" o.a.l.) (Standard Tool Co.)
  • 13 augers (1/4"--1", 7 3/4"--9 1/2" o.a.l.) (R. Jennings)
  • 12 drill bits (0.095"--0.160", 2 7/8"--3 3/4" o.a.l., one missing)
  • brace, 14" o.a.l.
  • bit adapter for brace
  • bow drill spindle, 12 1/2" o.a.l.
  • 11 drill bits (for bow drill) 0.080"--0.170", <3 11/16"--4 5/16" (Standard Tool Co.)
  • 10 square tanged drill bits 1/8"--1" (Booth & Son, dupe 1" A1 Bagshaw & Field)
  • expansive bit 11" o.a.l. (W.M.A. Clark)

Thread cutting

  • tap and die handle 8 1/4" o.a.l.
  • no. 26 tap (S.W. Card)
  • 6 dies 20--36

Striking

  • infill mallet
  • cross peen hammer 11 1/4" o.a.l. (Sierfon?)
  • cross peen hammer 11 7/8" o.a.l.
  • claw hammer 12 5/8" o.a.l. (D. Maydole)

Pliers

  • 2 pairs of jeweler's pliers
  • specialized compression pliers
  • flat pliers ~7" o.a.l.
  • flat pliers ~3 13/16" o.a.l.

Screwdrivers

  • 1/16" wide jeweler's screwdriver 3 5/8" o.a.l.
  • 3/16" wide 11/16" shaft screwdriver
  • 1/4" wide 1 1/4" shaft screwdriver
  • pump screwdriver 11 3/4" o.a.l.
  • pump screwdriver 6 9/16" o.a.l. (Johnson and Tainter)
  • 1/4" wide 4 9/32" horn screwdriver
  • 3/16" wide 3" horn screwdriver
  • 7/32" wide 8 1/8" screwdriver
  • 9/32" wide 10 7/8" screwdriver
  • 5/16" wide horn handled screwdriver 14 1/2" o.a.l.

Wrench

  • small metal screw-feed wrench ~3" o.a.l. (Tower & Lyons?)
  • screw-feed wrench ~4 11/16" o.a.l. (L. Coes)

Piano/organ specific tools

  • piano action adjusting tool ~10" o.a.l.
  • organ action regulating device ~6 1/2" o.a.l.

The following tools are in the drawers:

  • levels
    • level
    • spirit level 12" x 1" x 2" (Stratton Brothers)
  • 9 piano action tools
  • 4 brace bits for countersinking large screws (E. Walter & Co.)
  • set of 5 spoon bits, 1/4"--3/8", 6 3/8"--7 3/8" o.a.l.
  • pair of felt knives (Tuck Mfg. Co.)
  • damper spoon bender
  • 3 piano action adjusting tools

items of unknown or uncertain purpose

  • tube
  • unknown tool
  • contour tracing scribe
  • round container
  • set of 5 nested tools
  • 3 layout tools 1 7/8"--1 15/16" diameter
  • chasing or engraving tool with broken tip, 3 3/4" o.a.l.
  • brass and steel tool, 0.20" drill mounted in brass handle, 3 1/4" o.a.l.
  • metal tube with ebony caps ~5 3/4" o.a.l., with mineral rod (soapstone or alabaster to mark iron)

In drawers:

  • 5 pneumatic action tools

Additional tools likely stored in workbench

  • chisels
    • carving chisel set
    • mortise chisels
  • saws
    • panel or other saw to dimension stock
    • bow saw
    • coping saw
    • tenon saw
    • pad saw/keyhole saw
  • glue pot
  • rasps
  • files
  • nail set
  • rule or tape measure (for distances >2')
  • marking knife
  • card scrapers
  • joinery planes
    • fillister
    • plough
    • router
    • shoulder
    • dado, &c.
  • moulding planes
  • trammels
  • nippers --- present in cabinet: adjustable cut jaw nipper (Starrett 1X-7?)
  • veneering hammer
  • drill bow

North Bennet Street School: Introduction to Woodworking

http://www.nbss.edu/

http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?243123-Cheap-tool-suggestions-wanted!&p=2555690#post2555690

  • Safety Glasses (#1535)
  • 12″ Combination Square (Starrett) (#5)
  • #4 Bench Plane (Stanley) (#514)
  • Cutting Gauge (Crown) (#306)
  • 6 Inch Card Scraper (#398)
  • 16oz. Honing Oil (Norton) (#38)
  • Sharpening Stone (Norton Fine India 8″×2″×1″) (#1509)
  • Burnisher (#226)
  • Dovetail Saw (fine tooth at least 15T per inch) (#388)
  • Mill File with Handle (#516)
  • Protractor (General) (#25)
  • Bevel Gauge (#515)
  • Set of 4 Chisels (Irwin) (#265)
    • 1/4″ (#262)
    • 3/8″ (#264)
    • 1/2″ (#261)
    • 1″ (#260)

Woodworker's Tool Compendium - Item No. 30-3632

http://www.rauantiques.com/item/woodworker-s-tool-compendium.30-3632.html

  • Stanley No.1 Plane
  • Stanley No.2 Plane
  • Stanley No.3 Plane
  • Stanley No.4 Plane
  • Stanley No.5 Plane
  • Stanley No.6 Plane
  • Stanley No.7 Plane
  • Stanley No.8 Plane
  • Stanley No.9 1/2 Block Plane
  • Stanley No.90 Bull Nose Plane
  • Set of 8 Stanley No.720 Chisels
  • Set of 5 Sorby Mortise Chisels
  • Set of 25 Stormont Archer Carving Chisels
  • Stanley No.71 Router Plane --- https://grabcad.com/library/stanley-hand-router-1
  • Stanley No.198 Dual Marking Gauge
  • Stanley No.21 Combination Square
  • Stanley No.20 8-Inch Square
  • Stanley No.25 8-Inch Sliding Bevel
  • Stanley No.41 Push Drill with 8 Bits
  • Set of 4 Stanley No.70 Defiance Screwdrivers
  • Disston D-15 Rosewood Handled Hand Saw, 26 Inches
  • Disston No.68 Rip cut Dovetail Saw, 8 Inches
  • Disston No.68 Cross cut Dovetail Saw, 10 Inches
  • Stanley No.291-B 2-Ounce Hammer
  • Stanley 13-Ounce Claw Hammer
  • Miniature 4 1/2-Inch Vice
  • 6-Inch Wing Dividers
  • 7-Inch Wing Dividers
  • 8-Inch Wing Dividers
  • Stanley No.31 Angle Divider
  • Preston 8-Inch Ebony and Brass Level
  • Stanley No.61 Rule (2 ft.)
  • Stanley No.1600 Pliers
  • Stanley Drill Brace
  • Set of 13 Stanley Russel Jennings Auger Bits
  • Set of 6 Stanley No.86 Flat Blade Screwdrivers
  • Preston Round Bottom SpokeShave
  • Preston Flat Bottom Spokeshave
  • Atkins No.50 Coping Saw
  • Set of 102 Triptych Woodturning Chisels
  • 8-Inch Sharpening Stone in Burl Walnut Case
  • Pair of Bernard's Patent Nippers By Schollhorn
  • Pair of Eclipse No.33 Trammel Heads
  • Set of 3 Centre Punches
  • Set of 3 Pin Punches
  • Pair of Cigar Sharpening Stones
  • Miniature Calipers
  • Set of 3 Miniature Open-End Wrenches

Stanley 888

Available in 4 configurations.

  1. Hammer 13 oz. No. 12
  2. Hammer 4 oz. No. 147
  3. Hand Saw 16 in.
  4. Coping Saw No. 100
  5. Screwdriver 4 in. No. 20
  6. Rule (zig zag) 4 ft. No. 64?
  7. Block Plane 8 in. No. 3
  8. Bit Brace 8 in. No. 945
  9. Expansive Bit (Clark's)
  10. Auger Bit 1/4"
  11. Auger Bit 3/8"
  12. Gimlet bit No. 6
  13. Countersink No. 23
  14. Chisel 1/2 in. No. 40
  15. Chisel 1 in. No. 40
  16. Cold Chisel 1 in. No. 1A
  17. Vise 1 3/4 in. jaws No. 742
  18. Carpenter's Steel Square 12 in. No. 10
  19. Try and Mitre 6 in. No. 2
  20. Level 18 in. No. 104
  21. Marking Gauge No. 62
  22. Nail Set 3/32 in. No. 11
  23. Center Punch 1/16 in. No. 10
  24. Hand Drill No. 3
  25. Hollow Handle Tool Set Contains one each---Gimlet, File, Saw, Chisel, Reamer, Screw Driver, two Brad Awls and with extra 6 1/2 in. saw. No. 302
  26. Adjustable Wrench 8 in. No. G?
  27. Adjustable Pipe Wrench No. 10
  28. Pair Pliers No. 5N
  29. Pair Pincers No. 50
  30. Flat Mill File 8 in. with handle
  31. Glass cutter No. 300
  32. Sharpening stone

D variation includes No. 203 Bench Bracket

A basic tool list by function

https://www.popularwoodworking.com/tools/woodworking-hand-tools/confusing-the-beginners-another-tool-list/

  • Measuring
    • try/miter square
    • 4" double square
    • 6" combination square
    • 12" combination square
    • dial calipers (4" better than 6")
    • bevel gauge
  • Cutting
    • chisels --- set ranging form 1/8"-- 1 1/2"
    • Japanese dovetail saw
    • chip carving knife used as marking knife and for general cutting
  • Smoothing
    • low angle adjustable mouth block plane
    • medium shoulder plane (Record 3-in-1 plane mostly used as shoulder plane)
    • jack plane, Stanley No. 4
  • Finishing
    • scraper and burnisher
    • cheap paint scraper
  • Shaping
    • flat carver's riffler 3/8" wide
    • hand cut rasp
  • Striking
    • 14 oz. dead blow mallet
    • 16 oz. claw hammer
  • Installing and adjusting hardware
    • end cutting pliers
    • screwdriver with interchangeable tips

A notable lacunae above is drilling holes. A brace or hand drill, or at least Yankee screwdriver would make a likely addition.

Workbench

Close Grain Apartment Workbench and tool list

Arguably the most important tool for hand woodworking is a workbench, this list is notable for providing a list of basic, easily sourced tools, and cut list and materials list for a workbench easily assembled using them.

http://www.closegrain.com/2013/12/apartment-workbench.html

  1. metal yardstick
  2. combination square
  3. utility knife
  4. mallet
  5. Jorgensen Heavy-Duty bar clamps (4 total, two long, two short)
  6. 20" Stanley SharpTooth saw (or Irwin/Marples Japanese pull saw (known as a ryoba))
  7. Buck Brothers three-pack with 1/2", 3/4", and 1" chisels, and added separate 1/4" and 3/8" chisels (not needed to build the bench but good to have).
  8. drill and driver bits with quick-change adapter (incl. spade bits for larger holes)
  9. 14" No. 5 jack plane (model 12-905)
  10. 9 3/4" No. 4 smoothing plane (model 12-904)

Knockdown English Workbench

https://blog.lostartpress.com/2014/09/08/download-free-plans-for-the-knockdown-nicholson-workbench/

https://lostartpress.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/kd-nicholson-bench-lost-art-press.pdf


Roubo Workbench

https://www.benchcrafted.com/rouboplans [13]

Commercial Workbenches

Instructables

http://www.instructables.com/id/Folding-Portable-Workbench-With-Quick-Release-Vise/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email

Vise

Every workbench needs a vise: https://www.simplecove.com/348/monday-woodworking-101-budget-moxon-vise/ [14]

Accessories

https://blog.lostartpress.com/2012/09/05/a-shooting-board-for-a-simpleton/

http://www.woodcentral.com/woodworking/forum/archives_handtools.pl/bid/3001/md/read/id/145698/sbj/son-of-stanley-52/

Portable Tool Kits

Japanese inspired

http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?259496-Portable-tool-kit-Portable-workbench-What-would-you-do&p=2745895#post2745895

  1. Tape measure
  2. Shinwa hardened steel square
  3. Shinwa marking thing (it looks like angled aluminum/steel with a mitered angle/right angles).
  4. Takeo Nakano 54 mm and 70 mm plane (thanks for the recommendation, Stan!)
  5. Kusaborou Genno (the one tool I'd grab if my house went on fire, again, thanks Stan!)
  6. Folding Japanese saws (lee valley dozuki, silkboy kataba).
  7. Sharp knife for marking stuff.
  8. Pencil.
  9. Chisel--an older Japanese one
  10. Cam clamps.
  11. Floor bench

Vagabond Tool Rack

http://toolmakingart.com/2010/04/27/vagabond-tool-rack/

Notable for fitting in a five (six) gallon plastic pail with a gamma seal lid.

Japanese Boat Builders Tool Set

https://www.japanesetools.com.au/collections/sets/products/boat-builders-tool-set [15]

  • Kakuri Universal Saw Set
    • Japanese Red Oak Handle
    • Heavy Duty Canvas Bag
    • 4 Blades
  • 3-piece set of Kakuri Hybrid Chisels
    • 12mm
    • 25mm
    • 32mm
    • Heavy Duty Canvas Chisel Roll
  • Japanese Style Timber mallet
  • Shinto Saw Rasp
  • Japanese Precision Square
  • Nail Puller / Nail Punch
  • Japanese Sliding Bevel
  • 30mm Japanese Smoothing Plane
  • 52mm Japanese Smoothing Plane
  • 30mm Rebate Plane
  • Heavy Duty Canvas Carry Bag

WohnGeist

Swiss Tool Case

http://www.wohngeist.ch/V1/index.php?p=2_4_0&lang=en

  • 6 screwdrivers
  • 1/4" driver
  • 12 1/4" bits
  • pliers
  • Swiss Army Knife
  • hammer
  • half-round file w/ handle
  • small square
  • folding rule
  • nail puller
  • large multi-channel pliers
  • set of hex keys
  • pencil
  • chisel

Swiss Tool Cabinet

http://www.wohngeist.ch/V1/index.php?p=2_3_0&lang=en

  • file
  • 6 Torx drivers
  • cat's paw
  • 7 Phillip's head screwdrivers
  • marking knife?
  • 7 chisels
  • adjustable wrench
  • miter square
  • corner rounding plane
  • Japanese saw
  • cranked neck chisel
  • sliding bevel
  • spokeshave
  • rasp w/ handle
  • file w/ handle
  • marking gauge
  • block plane
  • jack plane
  • putty knife
  • miter square
  • marking gauge
  • calipers
  • sliding bevel
  • level
  • nail set and punch
  • adjustable wrench
  • hex key set
  • try square
  • compass
  • nail pullers
  • diagonal cutters
  • needle nose pliers
  • flat pliers
  • cable cutters
  • multi-channel pliers
  • bow saw
  • small hammer
  • large hammer
  • pull saw
  • veneering saw
  • rabbet plane
  • 12 flat screwdrivers
  • countersink
  • awl
  • ream
  • scissors
  • gouge
  • marking knife
  • 10 files w/ handles

Luthier

https://www.reddit.com/r/Luthier/comments/93i9r4/essential_tools_for_a_beginner/

  • complete set of truss rod adjusting drivers.
  • 24" Steel Ruler
  • Feeler Gauges
  • Calipers in MM and Inch
  • String Height rule
  • Fret rockers
  • Fret Hammer
  • Nut files
  • fretting files
  • fret puller
  • bone nut and saddle blanks
  • bench belt sander
  • proper vice (fox vice or better).
  • Bench with lighting and possibly magnifiers

Patternmaker's Tool Chests

http://www.supertool.com/etcetera/pchest/pattern.htm

http://nonesuchtools.com/pmkr/collectionx.html --- notable for including a list of books

Machinist Tool Chest Storage Locations

http://oxtool.blogspot.com/2012/11/machinist-box-loadout.html

https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/general/where-store-different-things-kennedy-526-toolbox-173857/

Spacecraft

Apollo

https://www.quora.com/During-the-Apollo-program-was-there-a-repair-kit-on-the-Lunar-Module-and-or-the-Control-Module-If-so-what-did-it-consist-of

International Space Station

https://toolguyd.com/iss-toolbox-tools/

Toolbox Designs

http://homeharmonizing.com/mobile-box-the-ingeniously-nifty-hinged-toolbox-by-germany-based-domini-design/

https://blog.lostartpress.com/2018/11/30/the-ideal-tool-cabinet/

http://giantcypress.net/post/44613074898/tool-box-after-odate

http://www.shopnotes.com/files/issues/131/cnc-toolbox.pdf

Discontinued: https://www.thepelicanstore.com/cases/large/pelican-0450-tool-case http://woodworkingfortheloveofit.blogspot.com/2014/08/my-geriatric-tool-chest-for-hand-tool.html

c.f., Online_resources#Tool_Boxes

Toolbox Inserts

https://benchworks.be/en/projects/systainer-toolbox-insert/

Thingiverse: Metric Socket Organizer

Other

http://wiki.vintagemachinery.org/

http://www.fineleatherworking.com/leather-tools

https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-a-tool-set/

Making handles (without a lathe): http://www.leevalley.com/newsletters/Woodworking/1/2/Article2.htm

https://woodandshop.com/which-hand-tools-do-you-need-for-traditional-woodworking/ --- notable for listing tools which one may make in a woodworking shop.

https://www.lowtechmagazine.com/2010/12/hand-powered-drilling-tools-and-machines.html