Introduction: Every Tool at Techshop Chandler

I have removed multiple versions of the same tool e.g. there are three laser cutters, three 3D printers, etc.


I made it at TechShop


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Step 1: Every Tool at Techshop Chandler

Sometimes its hard to remember the names of tools and what types of materials you can use on them, now there is a list.

De-burring wheel

Materials:

metal hard and soft

Step 2: Abrasive Saw

Materials:

metal

Step 3: Electronics Work Area

Step 4: Planishing Hammer

Materials:

sheet metal

Step 5: Large Oven

Materials:

metal and sometimes plastic

Step 6: Powder Coating

Materials:

metal/conductive surfaces; you can line ceramic/glass with aluminum to make it stick

Step 7: Small Oven

metal and sometimes plastic

Step 8: Spray Booth

anything

Step 9: Disc Sander (Metal)

metal

Step 10: Pedestal Grinder

Materials:

hard metal, not aluminum/soft metal

Step 11: Polishing Wheel

Materials:

metal and plastics

Step 12: Sand Blaster

Materials:

anything

Step 13: Tool Grinder

Materials:

tool metal

Step 14: 3D Printer

Materials:

PLA

Step 15: Reflow Station

one part at a time removing

Step 16: Injection Molder

Materials:

Many different kinds of plastics

Step 17: Large Format Printer

Materials:

paper, sometimes vinyl

Step 18: Laser Cutter

Materials:

acrylic

wood

paper

leather

food

etc.

Step 19: Reflow Oven

Materials:
old PCB boards

Step 20: Strip Bender

Materials:
plastic

Step 21: Vacuum Former

Materials:

plastics

Step 22: Laminator

Materials:

paper and plastics

Step 23: CNC Mill

Materials:

metal, plastics,wax

Step 24: Metal Lathe

Materials:

metal, hard plastics

Step 25: Milling Machine

Materials:

metal and hard plastics

Step 26: Arbor Press

Materials:

anything

Step 27: Bender


Materials:

metal tubing

Step 28: Beverley Sheer

sheet metal

Step 29: Break


Materials:

sheet metal

Step 30: Cold Saw


Materials:

metal

Step 31: Drill Press Metal


Materials:

metal

Step 32: English Wheel


Materials:

sheet metal

Step 33: Fume Extractor

Step 34: Horizontal Band Saw

thick metal

Step 35: Iron Worker


Materials:

thick metal/plate metal

Step 36: TIG


Materials:

metal

Step 37: Notcher


Materials:

sheet metal

Step 38: Oxy-Acetylene


Materials:

metal

Step 39: Shop Roller


Materials:

sheet metal

Step 40: Sheer Metal

Materials:

metal up to 16 guage

Step 41: Straight Sheer

Materials:

sheet metal

Step 42: Stretcher and Cincher

Materials:

sheet metal

Step 43: MIG

Materials:

metal

Step 44: Turret Puch

Materials:

metal

Step 45: Metal Band Saw

Materials:

sheet metal

Step 46: Water Jet

Materials:

metal, wood, stone, glass, ceramic

Step 47: 4 Armed Screen Printer

Materials:

fabric

Step 48: Digital Sewing Machine

Materials:

fabric

Step 49: Embroidering Machine

Materials:

fabric

Step 50: Heat Lamp

Materials:

fabric

Step 51: Heat Press

Materials:

fabric, iron wrinkly paper

Step 52: Industrial Straight Stich Sewing Machine

Materials:

fabric

Step 53: Industrial Serger

Materials:

fabric

Step 54: Serger

Materials:

fabric

Step 55: Vinyl Plotter

Materials:

vinyl, paper

Step 56: Walking Foot

Materials:

fabric

Step 57: CNC Long Arm Quilter

Materials:

fabric

Step 58: Metal Band Saw

Materials:

metal

Step 59: Disc and Belt Sander

Materials:

wood, foam, plastics

Step 60: Drill Press Wood

Materials:
wood, foam, plastics

Step 61: Jig Saw

Materials:
wood, foam, plastics

Step 62: Jointer

Materials:
wood, foam, plastics

Step 63: Wood Lathe

Materials:
wood, foam, plastics

Step 64: Mortiser

Materials:
wood, foam, plastics

Step 65: Panel Saw

Materials:
wood, foam, plastics

Step 66: ShopBot

Materials:
wood, foam, plastics

Step 67: Spindle Sander

Materials:
wood, foam, plastics

Step 68: Table Saw

Materials:
wood, foam, plastics

Step 69: Tool Sharpener

Materials:

tools

Step 70: Vacuum Bag

Step 71: Variable Miter Saw

Materials:
wood, foam, plastics

Step 72: ShopBot Buddy

Materials:
wood, foam, plastics

Comments

author
Mindmapper1 (author)2015-06-22

Lovely range to kit. Nearly have this lot in my workshop ;)

author
BLR_RAVI (author)2014-07-31

wow..so many equipments and machines..

author
craftclarity (author)2014-05-09

Woah, now that is thorough.

author
pfred2 (author)2014-04-13

It is more machines than I have but then again I don't have to pay myself $125 a month in order to putter around in my garage.