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Woodshop Safety

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Gives general shop safety principles and then specifics for woodshops. Demonstrates the proper way to operate common woodworking machines and examines special safety practices specific for each tool. Also covers such things as the importance of using the correct tool for a job, checking power cords for defects, and sharpening and replacing saw blades.

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    Jo Ann M. (Edgewater, MD)
    January 30th, 2018 at 03:57 PM

    A little outdated with the cutsie model to keep teen boys focused, but has a great message.