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    Video: How to Use the Jointer Safely

    It's loud and it removes material quickly, but the jointer is simple to operate safely. Set the tool to take shallow cuts, make sure the guard is in place and works properly, and use push sticks and pads to keep your hands away from the blade.



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    iuliancezar cezar writes:

    Safety is always important and some people forget that. It has nothing to do with a death wish in particulary but with the fact they think that they can get out with anything. I know that woodworking isn't as dangerous as animation services in Los Angeles but this doesn't mean that safety measures shouldn't be taken.

    Rita Hans writes: Jointers are very useful in order to cut wood and create furniture or fences like those from http://allstarcontracting.com. It is very important to take some security measures when using a jointer in order to avoid accidents.
    Adelle Donisan writes: If you are planning to remodel your house and to create a kitchen design in Gaithersburg, MD, then you should start by building furniture. First of all, you have to buy all the necessary tools including a jointer and a protection equipment. After that you have to find some nice furniture designs and useful tutorials about building furniture.
    Mara Santorini writes: Even if you are working on a construction site or in the furniture manufacturing field it is essential to use a special equipment like those from http://accsafety.com/storefront in order to protect yourself and to avoid accidents. Jointers are very useful and they should be manipulated carefully in order to avoid accidents.
    Mara Santorini writes: This is a well written and quality article that provides useful information! Jointers are very useful in order to cut wood and to create different furniture pieces and even some garage doors like those from http://www.castleic.com.
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