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Woodworking & Cabinetmaking Tool List

This tool list is for those students who are entering the Woodworking/Cabinetmaking, 1-year, certificate program, directly in their first semester (fall) on campus.  Approximate cost: $300

Other Carpentry and Building Trades students who take the program as part of their Associate Degree should check with the Professors in Woodworking/Cabinetmaking for an appropriate list.

Required Tools

Recommended Tools

Work boots and safety glasses are REQUIRED in all lab situations.  Students will not participate in labs without them.  If you wear prescription glasses, prescription safety glasses are required.

Purchase only professional quality tools.  Past students have purchased tools at places such as Sears, Home Depot, Lowes, and specialty stores. Your entire class will own tools similar or identical to yours.  To decrease the possibility of mistaken identy, each tool should be clearly and permanently marked with your name and/or some form of idetification number before youo arrive to start classes.

Recommended sources for specialty woodworking tools

Tom Ballard Jr.
Pickett Building Materials
6459 State Highway 23
Oneonta, NY 13820
*Tools can be delivered to campus, or picked up in person at the store. Please order early to allow reorder time for out of stock items.

Hartville Tools: (800) 345-2396
Highland Hardware: (888) 500-4466
Woodcraft: (800) 225-1153
Rockler: (800) 279-4441

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Last Updated: 9/3/13