6 Keys To Woodworking Safety
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WOODWORKING SAFETY Safety is my highest priority.Sure, I like to joke around in my videos and have fun in my shop, but when the power tools begin to run, I give them my full attention.Woodworking is a perfectly safe hobby so long as you understand and stick to a few safety procedures.
1.POSITION YOUR BODY SAFELYMy number one safety rule is this: If you are about to cut a board or perform another procedure that feels awkward or just doesn't feel right, stop.Figure out a better way to position your body or hands.
Figure out a more secure way to hold the wood.Listen to your gut or that little voice in your head that is warning you.Know where a piece of wood will go if you lose your grip on it.Position your body away from that potential projectile.
Beware of table saw kickback.The most common cause of injury with a table saw is kickback - that is, when wood is thrown backwards, in line with the blade.Always position yourself to the side of the blade, not behind it.
Always be on the lookout for trapping wood between the spinning blade and the rip fence that...