What are traditional carpentry tools? The editor found some, including planers, saws, routers (paneling), planers (for planing wood profiles), hammers, chisels, rasps, inkwells, axes, etc., and I will share them with you.
These tools have their own functions. A hammer with claws is used to cut spikes, a chisel is used to drill holes, an inkwell is used to draw straight lines on long logs, and an ax is mainly used to split a log into squares. and drilling holes in the old days. Sometimes they knocked with chisels, but now less. They plan wood with swearing, cut shapes with saws, saw off useless wood. Of course, for carpenters there is this not rotten wood.
Saws can be divided into several types: a large saw is most often used for sawing boards, a second saw is often used for sawing boards into blanks and cutting tenons, a small saw is used for breaking the shoulders, and small knife saws A thin strip shape often used for shoulder braking during assembly, is used for places inaccessible to conventional saws, and can be used for sawing wide boards.
In the past, carpentry tools had their own characteristics and could customize their own tools to suit their own usage patterns. Now these traditional carpentry tools are naturally used less and less due to the progress and development of science and technology. But for old carpenters, traditional tools are still handy and easy to use.