So, you think you know your power tools? You would never confuse a disc sander with a random orbit sander, right? Show your stuff. Read our descriptions of these power tools and see if you can figure out what we're talking about.
Routers are pretty much the most versatile tool out there -- most people who are even halfway serious about woodworking have a good selection of them for different jobs.
A miter saw's spinning blade is set at a 90-degree angle, but you can change the angle using the miter index.
Yes, it does sound like something you'd use in the kitchen, but a biscuit joiner is for wood -- please don't try to cook with it.
Everyone needs a drill, right? One of the first things you should decide when buying one is what kind of handle you like best.
An impact wrench can make your tightening or unscrewing job a whole lot easier.
It's actually pretty difficult to cut a straight line with a jigsaw, which is a common saw for cutting curves and designs.
Nail guns are the answer when a plain old hammer just won't do. "Stick" and "coil" refer to how the nails are loaded into the gun.
The lathe was the first power tool -- the ancient Egyptians used them. Baseball bats and candlesticks are produced on lathes, and pottery wheels are a type of lathe.
If you're looking to round out your power tool collection, you definitely need a rotary tool. Among other things, these versatile tools can cut fiberglass and marble, shape metal, remove grout and strip old paint.
A reciprocating saw's blade has a foot at its base to help you take advantage of the push-pull motion. You can use them to cut tree branches, and they're also common in demolition jobs.