I'd like to be efficient in terms of space / functionality, so ask:
``What multi-purpose wood-working tools are actually worth getting and putting in a tool Kit intended for making small—medium-sized boxes?''
w/ a corollary of:
``What tools are only useful in single-purpose form?
Things which are in:
- gunsmithing hammer - 3-in-1 Brass Marking Gauge - reproduction #1 Odd-Job (or a combination square—- I’d be interested in discussions as to why I’d prefer one over the other) - Veritas® Chisel Plane and a 1” chisel - Kreg KMA2900 Multi-Mark Multi-Purpose Marking and Measuring Tool instead of a sliding bevel? - yankee screwdriver for drilling holes / driving, or a set of gimlets - combination plane - jack plane w/ 2 blades (cambered for scrub / rough work and flat for fine work)
and I always have a Leatherman P.S.T. w/ me.
- a block plane (Lee Valley Skew) was suggested last time I discussed this - router plane - files (flat and half round), - a rasp as well (four-in-hand) - Marking knife. - Dividers / scribe. - oil & stones for sharpening
- Reciprocating Saw Blade & Screwdriver Handle but the screwdriving is redundant. Suggestions for a small, portable saw or set of saws?
Ridiculous and won't be included (I'd appreciate warnings of more such as well):
- combination rasp / wood chisel
I want small, elegant & clever. Thanks!