Wood Working Machines
These machines are used both in small-scale commercial production of timber products and by hobbyists. Most of these machines may be used on solid timber and on composite products. Machines can be divided into the bigger stationary machines where the machine remains stationary while the material is moved over the machine, and hand-held power tools, where the tool is moved over the material.
Hand-held power tools include: Biscuit joiner, Domino jointer, Chain saw, Hand-held circular saw, Electric drill, Jig saw, Miter saw, Nail gun, Hand-held electric plane, Reciprocating saw, Rotary tool, Router, Hand-held sanders, including belt sander, orbital sander and random orbit sander.
Stationary machines include: Bandsaw, Combination machine, Double side planer, Four sided planer or timber sizer, Drill press, Drum sander, Bench grinder, Jointer, Wood lathe, Mortiser, Panel saw, Pin router, Radial arm saw, Scroll saw, Spindle moulder, Stationary sanders, including stroke sanders, oscillating spindle sander, belt sander, disc sander, Table saw, Tenoner or tenoning machine, Thicknesser or Thickness planer, Round pole milling machine and Round pole sanding machine.