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  • Woodworking Safety: The Ultimate Guide
    Tips on avoiding injury in the workshop
    by StartWoodworking - member |
    January 12, 2011
    Drilling Safety
    Sometimes it is easier to bring the drill to the workpiece; and other times, the workpiece to the drill press.
    by Asa Christiana - editor, fine woodworking magazine |
    January 7, 2011
    Circular Saw Safety
    Tips on staying safe when using this hand tool
    by Asa Christiana - editor, fine woodworking magazine |
    January 7, 2011
    Miter Saw Safety Tips
    Best practices for using this tool safely
    by Asa Christiana - editor, fine woodworking magazine |
    January 7, 2011
    Video: Common Sense, The Best Safety Tip of All
    The best safety tip of all is plain common sense.
    by Asa Christiana - editor, fine woodworking magazine |
    January 3, 2011
    Video: Router Table Safety
    Cut moldings and more on the router table, while keeping your hands out of harm's way.
    by Asa Christiana - editor, fine woodworking magazine |
    January 3, 2011
    Video: How to Use the Jointer Safely
    Proper technique and push sticks will help you use this essential milling tool safely.
    by Asa Christiana - editor, fine woodworking magazine |
    January 3, 2011
    Keep Your Hand Tools From Hurting You
    When you hear “woodworking safety,” you probably think of power tools, but hand tools can draw blood, too.
    by Matthew Berger - author |
    December 8, 2010
    Video: Stay Safe When Using the Tablesaw
    The tablesaw is an essential piece of shop machinery, but it can also be dangerous. 
    by Asa Christiana - editor, fine woodworking magazine |
    December 8, 2010
    Safety is Rule One
    Ensure that any shop injuries are slight
    by Michael Dunbar - author |
    November 2, 2010
    Routing Safe and Sound
    Tips for controlling and securing the workpiece and keeping your fingers safe
    October 31, 2010
    12 Tips for Router-Table Safety
    With these tips, you can use routers to their fullest potential without compromising safety.
    by Lonnie_Bird - author |
    October 31, 2010
    How to Handle Wood Dust Safely
    Protect yourself from these cancer-causing particles
    by Asa Christiana - editor, fine woodworking magazine |
    October 23, 2010
    Eye Safety
    Eyes can be damaged in an instant, here's how to protect them
    by Asa Christiana - editor, fine woodworking magazine |
    October 23, 2010
    Hearing Safety
    Hearing protection is a must whenever you pick up a power tool
    by Asa Christiana - editor, fine woodworking magazine |
    October 23, 2010
    General Woodworking Safety
    10 rules of thumb for avoiding injury in the woodshop
    by Asa Christiana - editor, fine woodworking magazine |
    October 23, 2010
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