The screwholding screwdriver is designed to hold slotted and phillips screws while starting the screw into the workpiece.
Threaded fastener that is driven into the substrate by turning.
Screws, 2 1/2-inch cement board
(1) A pointed, hardened instrument that is used for scoring stone, brick, wood, etc. (2) To etch lines or decorations into a surface.
The cutting of a grid pattern of grooves in a semiconductor material, generally for the purpose of making interconnections.
Woven or non-woven material used to reinforce membranes; it is usually laminated or coated to produce the membrane.
(1) A roll of parchment paper with writing or pictures. (2) An ancient book in the form of a rolled manuscript. (3) A curved or spiraling design used for ornamentation.
The scroll saw is one of the easiest bench top power tools to use, even for the novice woodworker. While most scroll saws have the ability to cut stock as thick as two inches at 90 degrees, they're better suited for more detailed work, like cutting intricate patterns. The narrow width of the blade allows it to make tighter turns and much smoother cuts than its larger cousin, the band saw. In addition, the blade can be threaded through the workpiece for interior cuts. The scroll saw is the only bench top power tool that has this feature.
Ornamentation consisting of curved and spiral designs.
Scrolling band saw blade
Scrolling band saw blades are used for fine curve sawing in thin material.