Hand tools are tools that are powered solely by hand, without the use of any electricity or other external power source. They are often used in manual labor, construction, and home repair projects. Here are some common hand tools and their descriptions:
Hammer - a tool used to drive nails, break things apart, or pound objects into place.
Screwdriver - a tool used to tighten or loosen screws.
Pliers - a tool with two handles and two jaws used to grip, twist, or cut objects.
Wrench - a tool used to tighten or loosen nuts and bolts.
Hand saw - a tool used to cut through wood, plastic, or other materials.
Level - a tool used to determine if a surface is horizontal or vertical.
Tape measure - a flexible ruler used to measure length, width, or height.
Chisel - a tool used to cut or shape wood or stone.
Hand drill - a tool used to make small holes in wood, plastic, or metal.
Utility knife - a sharp blade used to cut through various materials, such as cardboard or rope.
Clamps - a tool used to hold objects securely in place while working on them.
Trowel - a tool used to spread and shape mortar, concrete, or other materials.
Files - a tool used to smooth and shape rough edges on metal or other materials.
Hacksaw - a tool used to cut metal or plastic using a blade that is held under tension.
Awl - a tool used to pierce small holes in leather