Woodworking can be a potentially dangerous hobby, some of the machines
used can be a hazard if abused.
The techniques demonstrated
on this site are open to everybody. Woodworking is dangerous and some
machines can cause serious damage to a person if mis-used.
I accept NO
responsibility for any damage caused while following these demonstrations.
You follow these entirely at your own risk.
Some of these techniques
require removing a guard, which can be highly dangerous if you are not
careful and again I will accept NO responsibility.
Do not attempt to use machinery
properly until you are happy with using it.
If in doubt seek any necessary training before approaching a potentially
Remember to always wear
the correct safety gear when operating powertools or machines of any
type, these include:
- Suitable eye protection
(Goggles, Safety Glasses)
- Hearing protection (Ear defenders or plugs)
- Breathing protection (Dusk masks, should be P2 or greater in most
It is also advisable to
use dust extraction if at all possible, please remember that fine air-bourne
sawdust can be explosive - therefore it is not a good idea to have naked
flames in the workshop.
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