Employing tools in accordance with their intended use leads to better results and higher quality. Experience shows that this is not always the way things are done in practice. A bevelled-edge chisel which is used, albeit only once, as a chipping tool or cutter, may no longer fulfil its original function precisely.
This is costly to the company, since rework becomes necessary. The resulting damage to the company's image can hardly be expressed in money, but cannot be denied and may even be worse than the loss in financial terms. Participants in our workshops will get the right attitude towards the use of tools and learn how important it is to use the tools as intended, always with a view to the quality to be delivered.