nailset


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nailset

(ˈneɪlˌsɛt) or

nail punch

n
(Tools) a punch for driving the head of a nail below or flush with the surrounding surface
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Tape measure, yardstick, protractor, circular or table saw, electric drill, C-clamp, hammer, nailset, and carpenter's square.
To add interest to the surface and before fitting it over the plywood, we dimpled the copper (from the underside) using a hammer and nailset.
Use a hammer and a broad nailset to drive any popped nail heads below the surface of the deck.
Use a nailset to punch nails flush or slightly below the deck's surface.
Tools include a sewing machine, saw, nailset, and an electric drill with a 1/4-inch bit and a long-shanked pilot bit for countersinking the woodscrews (this bit has a 5/16-inch-wide upper flange).