|Richard Brown||15/10/2010 12:06:27|
|12 forum posts|
I have just watched the latest part of the Ron Fox router jig making series.
It does surprise me that there has been no effort at all to show that the router was removed from the power supply, if it was, when the cutter was changed and also surely some form of extraction/mask should be used when working with MDF.
From an emphysema sufferer.
|1745 forum posts|
|Hi Richard, there is a note on the video page explaining the safety situation. Unfortunately it isn't possible to show every step of the process during filming. However, we do recommend that everyone read the equipment instructions supplied with they're woodworking equipment, take the necessary precautions and, of course, apply a healthy dose of common sense – which is crucial in most aspects of woodworking.|
|dennis wake||15/10/2010 17:44:30|
2044 forum posts
hi Ben and All
i agree with what you say on this subject of safty. we are all to eager to get that new bit of kit out of the box plug it in and away you go not taking a second to find out the safty side of it. when i was in the royal navy the first thing they told you about unfamiliar machenary was how to stop it befor you were told how to start it. i have still taken that for every bit of kit i by now .
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