What Tools Do You Need to START Woodworking? Beginner Woodworking Tool List

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I get asked pretty often about the tools that are necessary to start woodworking, so I decided to make a video to help you guys out! Hopefully this is helpful!

Huge thanks to WD-40 for sponsoring this video! WD-40 Specialist Dry Lube is available at Menards: https://bit.ly/3vTtDHr

Thanks to Woodcraft for sponsoring me and what I do… I would not be able to make these videos without them! A huge way to support what I do is to support my sponsors. If you are looking to build up your tool collection, check them out here: http://bit.ly/WoodcraftShop

For more details, check out my website: https://www.3x3custom.com

Tablesaw Jig Playlist:
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYD5V404wcvEE4mCEKJRoFetPg5UA_IP2

Router Jig Playlist:
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYD5V404wcvGOClxc-nsQv0y82Dim9Vwm

Milling Lumber without a Jointer:
https://youtu.be/AWOB-WIDkOs

Marking and Measuring Tools:
https://youtu.be/goqT5L9_5NI

Bandsaw Tune-up:
https://youtu.be/bxVyKsbuwZQ
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Affiliate LINKS

Sander I Currently Use:
https://bit.ly/MirkaDerosSander

Sander I Used When I Started:
http://bit.ly/BoschSander

Drill and Driver (I have this set also, it’s a good deal!):
https://amzn.to/3cYXm9b

Circular Saw (I have this one also!):
https://amzn.to/3cecZdO

Combo Pack (Has everything you need and more!):
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Handsaw:
https://bit.ly/MiniDozukiSaw

Sorry, can’t link to a table saw, but I can link to blades I like!

Thin Kerf Combo Blade for Everything:
https://bit.ly/ThinKerfComboFreud

Flat Top Grind Blade for Joinery:
https://bit.ly/WoodriverFTGBlade

Trim Router with Plunge Base that I have:
https://amzn.to/3d0Y7P9

Trim Router that’s popular and goes with the tools linked above:
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Plunge base that goes with that Router:
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Big Beast of a Router:
https://bit.ly/LoveThisRouter

Bandsaw:
https://bit.ly/PowermaticBandsaw

Benchtop Sander (mine is actually broken, so I linked a different one):
http://bit.ly/BenchTopSander

Belt Sander:
https://amzn.to/3seRLCg

Handplane:
https://bit.ly/No5BenchPlane

Spokeshave Option 1:
https://bit.ly/No151Spokeshave

Spokeshave Option 2 (more affordable):
http://bit.ly/WoodriverSpokeshave

Planer:
https://bit.ly/BestPlanerInThisCategory

Dust Mask:
http://bit.ly/DustMaskILove

Safety Glasses:
https://amzn.to/3vSf5aV

Pocket Hole Jig (This is a new one that just came out that looks really cool):
http://bit.ly/PocketHoleJig

Center Finding Dowel Jig:
http://bit.ly/CenterFindingDowelJig

Squeezy Clamps:
http://bit.ly/SqueezyClamps

Cabinet Master Clamps (Showed Pony ones here, but I have both Pony and these Besseys):
http://bit.ly/BEsseyParallelClamps

Ratchet Straps:
https://amzn.to/39aHRKd

Handscrew Clamps:
http://bit.ly/HandscrewClamps

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Shotgun Mic:
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Lav Mic:
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Voiceover Mic:
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sötétsötétsötétsötétsötét says:

You don't need a sander.

Robert Kapostins says:

Really enjoyed the video. Your style of presentation makes the video both informative, and encouraging .

Mr. KYT says:

I would recommend getting a small hand saw to start with. I started with a dremel and a 10" hacksaw lol. Used to cut poplar stick to make lol catapults in hs

Damien Shannon says:

So many 'Game Changers' :). You're awesome! Thanks so much for the videos!

Property Care & Maintenance says:

Great info …. your right on.

joytekb says:

Fantastic ,friendly ,presentation

Denis Merlevede says:

I would recommend to start with a railsaw instead of a normal circuler saw. It can do almost everything a tablesaw can with a few benefits for big parts. It also is a lot safer and easier to use compared to railless.

Christine Adams says:

Love your videos!! So well done and explained in just the perfect amount of detail. Thank you for explaining the thought process behind your decisions.

Chris Jackson says:

As great as you are at wood working, you are so good at these videos!!!! I just discovered you and I will be watching every video from here on out! Thanks 🙂

raouf hamadou says:

all what can i say is( i love u

😹 )

Matthew Warwick says:

To me, after someone gets a good Random Orbit Sander, the next most necessary sanding tool is some kind of Oscillating Spindle Sander. With that, you can find heavy duty benchtop models from several brands that have cast iron tops that'll likely last decades, and they're basically indispensable for sanding those tricky inside curves, especially if you have any burn marks or blade marks. Those are a headache to do by hand.

Also, if someone is sawing curves but isn't currently doing it with stuff thicker than about an inch, a jigsaw might actually be a more affordable starting point. They've worked fine for me so far, though I will get a bandsaw at some point.

j_rod says:

Great video! what blower did you used to clean the table saw?

namunos says:

Hi, that lubric WD-40 dry lube eat plastic parts? Thannks 👍

Wild Tools says:

Such a useful and helpful video, thanks very much!

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