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Woodworking For BeginnersStart Woodworking With Only $100 | A Beginners Tool Buying Guide

Start Woodworking With Only $100 | A Beginners Tool Buying Guide

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Want to start woodworking, but don’t have any tools? Here is a tool kit for just over 0 that will allow you to build pretty much any DIY project. Hey everyone! This is Molly and Dylan from the YouTube Channel Woodbrew, If you are new here I highly recommend checking out some of our DIY projects here: https://goo.gl/GN4pXj

Click over to our Instagram and comment on the giveaway post:)

—-0 Tool Kit Links—-
These are affiliate links, so we make a small commission off purchases made through a link:) Thanks for your support!

Circular Saw: http://amzn.to/2yiUspQ
Drill: http://amzn.to/2wMAbry
Drill Bit Set: http://amzn.to/2yiNiC5
Tape Measure: http://amzn.to/2wGza9r http://amzn.to/2yiJWiC
Chalk Line: http://amzn.to/2xYDn8A
Square: http://amzn.to/2xu9Emu
Orbital Sander: http://amzn.to/2wIvrYK

——Check Out All The Tools We Use!——

——Have a Larger Budget??——
Here are some Items we recommend getting next! (again its the type of tool, not the brand)

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Battery Operated Drill & Impact Driver: http://amzn.to/2xY6p8p
Table Saw: http://amzn.to/2yirCG5
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What Tools Do You Need to START Woodworking? Beginner Woodworking Tool List

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:

Router Jig Playlist:

Milling Lumber without a Jointer:

Marking and Measuring Tools:

Bandsaw Tune-up:


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Sander I Currently Use:

Sander I Used When I Started:

Drill and Driver (I have this set also, it’s a good deal!):

Circular Saw (I have this one also!):

Combo Pack (Has everything you need and more!):


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

Thin Kerf Combo Blade for Everything:

Flat Top Grind Blade for Joinery:

Trim Router with Plunge Base that I have:

Trim Router that’s popular and goes with the tools linked above:

Plunge base that goes with that Router:

Big Beast of a Router:


Benchtop Sander (mine is actually broken, so I linked a different one):

Belt Sander:


Spokeshave Option 1:

Spokeshave Option 2 (more affordable):


Dust Mask:

Safety Glasses:

Pocket Hole Jig (This is a new one that just came out that looks really cool):

Center Finding Dowel Jig:

Squeezy Clamps:

Cabinet Master Clamps (Showed Pony ones here, but I have both Pony and these Besseys):

Ratchet Straps:

Handscrew Clamps:


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My Recording Equipment


Shotgun Mic:

Lav Mic:

Voiceover Mic:



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  1. Im new to woodworking. It all started last year when covid hit worldwide. Now Im loving it. As a matter of fact Im starting to document my journey here in youtube as well after seeing videos like this. I hope to get more inspiration from you guys and learn as well. I love watching your video😁

  2. I just started wood working and saw and thought I needed all high end tools until I started watching Japanese wood workers and middle eastern wood workers, they are very skilled carpenters with minimal tools

  3. The young lady is super yum. Knowing that she's into this stuff is very attractive. I can see her hunting deer with a bow from a tree stand. Great video and kudos for the chalkline tip! I totally agree and did not know orange chalk stains. Cool tip.id like to see a hand saw and a hack saw. I'm building my shop sho that's why I viewed.

  4. someone please respond, I have a sander, jigsaw, and drill can I do anything with this, and if so/not so what should i invest in next

  5. Best next tool upgrade would be a router. That can save a ton of time and let you make more complicated projects like cabinets with ease.

  6. Man these kids are more grown up than me already, so great to see young folk creating valuable content for the world.

  7. I must say thank you for this. I was getting really really discouraged with my tiny shop and felt like I really couldn't make anything with what I have. However, I already have everything (except the chalk line) so thank you, thank you, thank you for bringing my hopes of building back up!

  8. If you enjoy woodworking with a lower grade of tooling then you will stay with it until you can purchase better tools. Great video!

  9. I love the transitions.. pretty creative. In lieu of a table saw, I strongly recommend the track/plunge saw. I have the Kreg ACS with a second separate Kreg horse and add on 2×4 extension that allows you to easily support and rip 4×8 sheets and smaller. Well worth the price and portability too.

  10. For me the planer is second only to the table saw, a combined planer/joiner is a great option to start with.

    It's interesting to see how different people approach similar problems in their own ways with their own tools. I think the most important thing for someone who is starting is to be creative with the tools available to them rather than focusing on what you could do if you only had that tool.

  11. The total your tools should cost closed to $200,000 … I really enjoy watching your work and creations- thanks a lot

  12. Had no interest in woodworking…. came across this video and now I would like to try some simple woodworking. Nice well thought out video. Love the speed transitions. Thanks for sharing


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