WOODEN JACK PLANE :
A wooden jack plane is the common test and is used for the first turning of a piece of wood it consists of a block of a wood into which the blade is firmed by a wooden wedge .
IRON JACK PLANE :
A iron jack plane serve the same purpose as the wooden planes bt faciliate a smoother operation and better finish..
TRY SQUARE :
Try square is used for making and testing angles of 90. It consists of a steel blade viveted into a hard wood stock which has a protective brass plate.
BEVEL SQUARE :
The bevel square is similar to the try square but has a blade that may be switched to any angle from 0 to 180. This tool is adjusted, by releasing with a turn screw.
MARKING GAUGE :
The marking gauge has one marking point. It gives an accurate cut line parallel to the true edge. Usually with the grain.
CROSS CUT SAW :
A crosscut saw (thwart saw) is any saw designed forcutting wood perpendicular to (across) the wood grain.Crosscut saws may be small or large, with small teeth close together for fine work like woodworking or large for coarse work like log bucking, and can be a hand tool or power tool.
BENCH VICE :
The bench vice is most commonly used. It’s on jaw is fixed to the side of the table while the othaer is kept movable by means of a screw and a handle.