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PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)


**Safety boots or shoes (CSA Approved).
**Safety glasses (CSA Approved) or goggles over prescription eyewear.
**Hearing protection (optional).

TOOLS for Semester 1 (approximately $300)


**Pocket Calculator (For MATH1227 course and shop use).
**Combination Imperial & Metric tape measure (10' preferred).
**Paint / wood scraper (minimum 9” length, pull type).
**Block plane.
**Set of chisels (long shanks): 1/4", 1/2", & 3/4".
**Dovetail saw (fine tooth point preferred).
**Combination square (45° - 90°), (metal preferred).
**Sharpening stone; combination fine (1000grit) / superfine (4000 grit) water stone.
**Hammer - 10 to 16 oz.
**Screwdriver sets: Robertson (3 sizes; red #8, green #6 & yellow #4), Phillips (#1, #2) Slot (2 sizes).
**Driver bits for Robertson #4, #6, and #8 screws (2” length preferred).
**1 1/4" putty knife (metal preferred).
**Utility knife.
**Set of High Speed Steel drill bits (1/16" to 3/8") (Brad point tips preferred).
**4" C clamps, minimum quantity of 2.
**8 GB - 32 GB USB Drive.
**Portable tool box (20” to 22”), plastic or metal, and lock (so the box can be locked in the shop).

Additional TOOLS for Semester 2 (approximately $100)


**Set of Allen keys – Metric (1.5mm to 10mm) & Imperial (1/16” to 3/8”), short or long arm.
**Vernier calipers – combination Metric and Imperial.
**2- or 3-piece Nail punch set.
**Adjustable wrench (6” or 8” length preferred).
**Cabinet scraper (looks like a rectangular piece of spring steel).
**Needle nose pliers (6” or 8” length preferred).

Additional TOOLS for Semester 3 (approximately $100)


**Rolls of 3/4" or 1" masking tape (student repurchases as required).
**Set of Counter sink bits for Robertson #6 and #8 size screws.
**Vix-bits (self-centering bits for Robertson #6 & #8 size screws).
**Side cutting pliers (6” length preferred).
**Chanel lock pliers (9” to 10” length preferred).
**Rubber mallet -16 to 32 oz. (white, non-marring preferred)

Note:
Please keep receipts for all tools in case of exchange after consulting with your instructor.

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