You don’t have to be a keen metalworker to find a use for these tools. Here we have picked some tools you just can’t do without and some you’ll just want to use.
When doing precision marking with a pencil, no matter how sharp, you will not achieve a fine enough mark. A scribe, with a sharp point is the only way to get it right.View product
Designed to find the precise intersection of two scribed lines. Beautifully simple and highly accurate.View product
Very accurate and perfect for marking out. Can be used to measure external, internal and the depth of objects.
A purpose made centre punch accurately allows you to make a centre point. Drills have a tendency to wander off point, applying a punch mark goes someway to negate this.View product
A rule is a great tool for the workshop, but remember, rules are good for quick, rough measurements, but not for precision work.View product
Quite simply the workshop bible. Everything from Metric/Imperial conversions to thread information.View product