I'm sorry about the title - I'm not sure which rules of grammar apply to this question.
I'm trying to decide the correctness of the following sentences.
1) The carpenter will bring a hammer and be able to use it.
2) The carpenter will bring a hammer and will be able to use it.
Sentence 1) looks like it could be parsed incorrectly as:
The carpenter will bring [a hammer] and the carpenter will bring [be able to use it].
Sentence 2) could suffer from a similar parsing error.
Is either sentence grammatically correct, in that the sentence parses to the following?
The carpenter will bring a hammer and the carpenter will be able to use the hammer.