Woodworking tools

DIY Praha is no longer operating a workshop.

Woodworking Tools

We are equiped with everything you need to cut, shape, sand and finish your woodworking projects.

Stationary (bench) tools

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Bandsaw
  • Useful for cutting irregular or curved shapes.
  • Can make straight cuts as well.
  • Vertical blade is useful in cutting joints.
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Table Saw
  • For ripping and crosscutting wood up to 8cm tick.
  • Adjustable angle of cut.
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Miter Saw
  • Used to make accurate crosscuts and miters at a selected angle.
  • Common uses include framing operations and the cutting of molding.
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Radial Arm Saw
  • Multi purpuse saw that can be used to cut bevels or miters, dadoes and rabbets, half lap joints and tenons
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Jointer Planer
  • Used to produce a flat surface along a board’s length and to straighten and square edges.
  • After you can join them edge-to-edge to produce wider boards and make them equal thickness from end-to-end.
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Drill Press
  • A fixed drill requiring less effort to drill the workpiece.
  • The angle of the spindle is fixed relative to the table, allowing holes to be drilled accurately and consistently.
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Combo Sander
  • Disc and belt in one Sanding Station for sanding a variety of lengths and angles.
  • It can be used for rough or fine sanding depending on the grit used.

Cordless Tools & Electric Tools

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Cordless Drill (battery)
  • Light weight portable tool for drilling holes and driving screws and fasteners.
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Cordless Saws
  • Hand-held portable circular saw for making rip-cuts, cross-cuts, or a combination of both.
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Electric Drills
  • Used for boring holes or fastening various materials together.
  • Used when battery power isn’t suficient or the need for continous drilling
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Electric Sanders
  • A power tool used to smooth surfaces by abrasion with sandpaper.
  • Depending on the desired surface belt sanders, orbital sanders, inline sanders and detail sanders can be used.
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Electric shaping tools
  • Planers are used to flatten, reduce the thickness of, and impart a smooth surface.
  • Routers are used to cut profiles at trime edges as well as removing material from the face of the board.
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Electric shaping saws
  • Reciprocating saws are primarly used for rough cuts, can be used if nails/ screws need to be cut.
  • Jig saws used for curved cuts on plywood or other relatively thin material.

Hand Tools

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Chisels and Planers
  • Wide range of chisels used to remove sections of wood: butt chisels, carving, corner chisels, bevel edge, mortise, dovtail chisels, etc.
  • Hand planes used to flatten, reduce the thickness of, and impart a smooth surface.
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Hand Saws
  • Crosscut saws for cutting across the grain of wood
  • Backsaws, ideal for angle cuts and trimming molding.
  • Coping saws which have a thin blade that allows the user to make contoured or smooth fine line cuts.
  • Japanese saws, a saw that cuts on the pull and has a thin profile.
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Measuring, Layout and Marking
  • An essential collection of measuring, layout and marking tools for every woodworking project: rulers, spirit levels, tape measure, try squares, combination square, marking gauge, speed square, steel squares.
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Hammer and Pry bars
  • Hammers used to drive nails, fit parts, forge metal and break apart objects.
  • Pry bars used as a lever either to force apart two objects or to remove nails.
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Clamps
  • Clamps that are used as a fastening device to hold or secure objects tightly together to prevent movement or separation through the application of inward pressure: pipe clamp, F-clamp or bar clamp, spring clamp etc.

Air Tools and Other Tools

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Nail Guns
  • A tool used to easily drive nails into wood or plywood, particularly useful in assembling glue ups.
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Small Compressor
  • Allows nails guns to be used out of the workshop for the instalation of projects
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Wood Drill Bits
  • Wood drill bits are cutting tools used to create cylindrical holes: lip and spur drill bits, wood spade bits, spoon bits, forstner bits, center bits, auger bits etc.