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Before you pick up those woodworking tools, take the time to ensure your safety in the shop! Eyes, ears, fingers, and lungs are all at risk when working with wood. Share your tips and stories of “lessons learned” to help others protect their health.

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1st post

53 days ago by whatnow213

Hello all, been lurking here and I decided that I should finally post a coupl...

11 53 days ago
View scrapper's profile

jointer injury

54 days ago by scrapper

Me and my father-in-law had just bought a used craftsman 6” joiner. It ...

8 54 days ago
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Shop heat

56 days ago by rrdesigns

I’m setting up a new shop in an old out building and will need to heat ...

10 54 days ago
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Table saw sled safety question

62 days ago by skatefriday

So I made a sled for my table saw roughly following the Wood Whispererand oth...

10 61 days ago
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Venting a basement shop

62 days ago by socrbent

I’m looking for suggestions on venting my basement shop when applying f...

5 61 days ago
View dustmonkey's profile

Automatic Dust Collector Control

2278 days ago by dustmonkey

I’ve seen some forum threads on dust collection and wanted to get some ...

23 64 days ago
View wmixon's profile

Securing Tools with Little Ones Around

65 days ago by wmixon

Hey Everyone, I was hoping (sorry if this is a repeat thread) that we coul...

7 65 days ago
View carver1942's profile

Talk about dangerous

91 days ago by carver1942

When I saw this I just couldn’t believe it!! Talk about unsafe. If this...

26 67 days ago
View roadguy's profile

safety guard

87 days ago by roadguy

Hello everyone. I’m new to this forum. I recently purchased a used Del...

8 67 days ago
View Chris 's profile

Cutting Small Pieces on a Table Saw

69 days ago by Chris

So this is an embarrassing experience to share but I really believe mistakes ...

19 67 days ago
View InstantSiv's profile

Mesh saefty glasses okay for woodworking?

71 days ago by InstantSiv

Hi all, I’m aware that there’s an alternative mesh safety glasses...

1 71 days ago
View 59Mike's profile

The most challenging, of challenging dust collection...

73 days ago by 59Mike

I’ve come to realize that my woodworking is probably a DCS designerR...

5 72 days ago
View AdamScudder's profile

Woodwork classes in Long Island ? ? ?

831 days ago by AdamScudder

Hey guys this post goes out in particular to anybody living in Long Island, b...

14 72 days ago
View Roger's profile

Harbor Freight & Oneida Super Dust Deputy

110 days ago by Roger

First I want to say, WowZa! What a difference the added Oneida SDD makes with...

66 73 days ago
View dmisita's profile

Use a Push Pad on the Jointer!!! Warning - Graphic Injury Pics!

84 days ago by dmisita

So, I’m fairly new to woodworking and I bought a used Delta Benchtop Jo...

30 73 days ago
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Protecting hair from dust? A girly solution?

84 days ago by Whiskers

Everyone raves about dust collection and dangers but this is something many i...

37 73 days ago
View BTKS's profile

Solvent for PVA glue on concrete floor?

91 days ago by BTKS

I have an assembly table in my shop and the floor around the perimeter is rea...

11 85 days ago
View MrRon's profile

How safe are we really?

88 days ago by MrRon

I have noticed that the forum “Safety in the Woodworking Shop” gets very few ...

21 86 days ago
View TerryDowning's profile

What's the best safety warning you've seen in a user manual

86 days ago by TerryDowning

I’m starting this thread in response to the How Safe Are We Really?? th...

3 86 days ago
View okacookie's profile

Thien baffle with 4 to 2 1/2 reducer?

90 days ago by okacookie

Hi everyone, I am looking at making a baffle, and was thinking about makin...

3 88 days ago

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