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American/USA Made Woodworking Tools


We are compiling an ever growing list of American manufacturers, from large corporations down to individuals that produce and/or sells Woodworking Tools made here in the United States.



This list may include 'Woodworking Tools' produced and assembled from parts and materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.

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Woodworking Tools

Page last updated Oct 25, 2015 by
If a company listing contains an orange heading then those will contain links to retailers where you can buy Woodworking Tools on-line, and there may be offerings from multiple retailers for the same items.

Pick a company, brand or item, view the list and browse for products and retailers, also please take a few extra minutes and visit the manufacturers, thank you.

Barr Woodworking Tools

We carry a wide assortment of Hand Forged Woodworking Tools and accessories. These include: Custom Woodworking Tools, Adz & Scorps, Cabinet Makers Chisel Sets, Chair Building Tools, Corner & Swan Chisels, Draw Knives, Framing & Bench Chisels, Gardening Tools, Gouges, Leather Guards & Sharpening Stones, Mallets, Slicks & Large Gouges, Timber Tools, Mike Dunbar Style & Barr Quarton Tools. Manufacturers site:

Barr Woodworking Tools - Product Details

My tools all come shaving sharp and may be shipped back to me for re-sharpening and repair work at any time for a nominal fee. If for any reason you are dissatisfied with these tools, simply return within one year for a full refund or exchange. Manufacturers site:

Blue Spruce Toolworks

Blue Spruce Toolworks, LLC is a Limited Liability Corporation based in Sandy, Oregon. They design and manufacture high quality woodworking hand tools for your finest work. Manufacturers site:

Bridge City Tool Works

Bridge City Tool Works has been producing innovative and immaculately crafted heirloom tools for woodworkers and collectors worldwide. Made in America, all of our tools are produced in limited quantity numbers and are made to order. Manufacturers site:

Bridge City Tool Works - Products

If you are interested in acquiring one of our made-to-order products, it is important to add your email address to the list of like-minded craftspeople also interested in this particular item. When we reach the minimum number of names to forecast a production run, you will be notified via email and at that time you can choose to join the production run. Some tools we make more than once a year, some annually, and others less frequently Manufacturers site:

INCRA

INCRA is the brand name legally registered as a trademark by Taylor Design Group, Inc. After inventing and refining his first two products, Chris Taylor founded the company in January 1987 and immediately introduced the Incra Positioning Jig and the INCRA Gauge. Before he started inventing woodworking tools full-time, Chris was an electrical engineer and serious woodworker. INCRA has been a great help to many woodworkers with continuous creative innovation since 1986. Manufacturers site:

Lie-Nielsen Toolworks

Our Mission is to design and create beautiful, heirloom quality, hand tools that inspire woodworkers and other artisans. We are proud to continue the tradition of “Made in America.” Instead of out-sourcing all our jobs for the cheapest price and short term profit, we are stubbornly local. Manufacturers site:

Lie-Nielsen Toolworks - Products

Today we make over 100 types of planes, saws, spokeshaves, chisels, floats and more. We have improved and refined designs, and use better materials like Ductile Iron and Manganese Bronze for castings and cryogenically treated A-2 Tool Steel for the blades. Our plane blades are much thicker than those of any other production planes. The quality of machining and finishing results in a tool that looks as great as it works, and will be a pleasure to use for years to come. Manufacturers site:

Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce tools here in America, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.