6 Must Have DEKO Tools for Woodworking Beginners in 2022
Are you a DIY beginner?
Are you new to being a homeowner or do you want to start doing some woodworking or DIY stuff around the house? Today I'm going to show you the six most essential power tools that you need to get if you want to get started in woodworking or just have some backyard DIY projects to finish.
What are they?
DKCD20XL01 woodworking household 20V Cordless Drill with max torque 42 N.m and 18+1 torque settings
DKSD125J1 350W Random Orbit Sander with Dust exhaust and Hybrid dust canister woodworking
DKCS1600 Circular Saw Power Tools with Blade, Dust Passage, Auxiliary Handle, woodworking, Multi-function Cutting
DKET02 Electric Tacker Stapler Furniture Staple Gun for Frame
DKOM40LD2 Electric Multifunction Oscillating Tool with Accessories
168 Pcs Tool Box
168 Pcs DIY and Household Repair woodworking Tool Set
Details of These 6 Tools
These tools in any particular order, but without a doubt, the first tool you need to get is a drill. If you're going to be doing a lot of assembly then a cordless drill especially is going to be a bit of a no-brainer. You're going to use this tool more than just about any other tool in your arsenal. Let's talk about voltage you'll have to decide: 12 volts, 16 volts or even 20 volts. You're going to want a 16-volt tool if you plan on doing a lot of heavy-duty work. Maybe you're working with concrete a lot. Maybe you're drilling all day. Generally, professionals are going to want 20 volts. If you're going to be working on projects in your backyard or around the house or just in your small workshop, a 12-volt one will also work fine for you.Learn More
Another tool you're going to want to have is an orbit sander. Instead of a belt sander or a palm sander, I would recommend an orbit sander according to your work flow and what you're mainly going to do. Orbit sanders are great because they minimize the sanding marks that are left when you finish sanding. This orbital sander is nice because it has variable speeds and it's really good for doing long projects. This sander has a port at the back where you can hook a vacuum up to it or, most of the time, a bag. When it comes to the sandpaper, you can choose solid sanding pads and you can also get the pads that have the holes in them. You will use these have many holes whenever you've got your vacuum hooked up. It'll help suck the dust through these holes.Learn More
For the next one you really want to have besides a cordless drill is some sort of a portable saw like a circular saw. That because you're going to be cutting wood and this will be portable and really nice to cut as you can do straight cuts and beveled cuts. The one with a laser is even more awesome. In fact, the circular saw is probably the most dangerous tool. It is dimensioning rough lumber that makes it so dangerous. Circular saws come in a variety of sizes: seven and a quarter, six and three quarter, etc. If you're only going to get one, I would recommend the seven-and-a-quarter size which is around 18.5cm. This is the most popular choice for circular saw size.Learn More
A nail gun, or nailer, uses electrical or pressurized force to drive a nail. Nail guns is an essential tool needed in many building projects. Everything from framing and roofing a home, to putting together your own DIY projects benefit from it. Nail guns are popular for when you have multiple nails to drive and are looking for efficient use of time. You can quickly move through many jobs when using a nail gun without worry of fatigue. Plus it frees up one of your hands to work with, unlike when using a traditional method of hammering a nail into place. This can help provide support for safety reasons, making it a method often used for building and roofing.Learn More
A jig saw is a saw which uses a reciprocating blade to cut irregular curves in wood, metal, or other materials. A jig saw is one of the safest power tools you can choose and is considered a "beginner saw". With a jig saw, you can make straight cuts, curved cuts, beveled cuts, and plunge cuts. The jigsaw is the tool that most woodworkers, carpenters and DIYers hate because it's got a lot of quirks. But with a lot of practice, this can be improved.Learn More
168 Pcs Tool Box
Whether you're a professional carpentry or a woodworking lover, you'll need a set of tools to help you get the job done. Almost everyone should have basic tools like a hammer, a screwdriver, several allen keys and tape measures - all essential for general DIY. You could buy all the individual tools you need separately, but you can save money and time by investing in a tool set instead. The best tool kits are cost-effective, and there are both basic and deluxe sets available, depending on your needs. When selecting a tool kit set, consider the types of projects you're going to do, and then look for a kit that includes those tools useful for your projects along with these suitable for basic daily needs.Learn More