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Shop Safety


  • by Rockler

    Kickback from using a saw is one of the biggest safety hazards in a workshop, make sure your blade and miter saw are operating correctly.

  • by Woodworker's Journal

    Adding a second safety switch on your lathe gives you convenient access to the power from wherever you're standing, and is surprisingly easy.

  • by Woodworker's Journal

    Rather than bending over to check the position on your caster's brakes, a small bit of paint can help you see the setting quickly and safely

  • by Rockler

    Get an extra set of hands when you're installing cabinetry with T-jacks. The T-Jack Support system makes a great addition to any wood shop.

  • by Rockler

    Proper dust collection in your wood shop is important. Learn how much dust collection you need for your particular shop.

  • by Rockler

    What's the most dangerous tool in the shop? You'll find out in this post and our woodworking experts will help you be safer too.

  • by Rockler

    Dust collection is important for your wood shop as is air filtration. Enjoy these wood shop air filtration tips to keep your shop healthy.

  • by Rockler

    Should you be using a power feeder? Find out what woodworking experts think about power feeders and wheter they can improve shop safety.

  • by Rockler

    Can PVC dust collection ductwork really experience an explosion due to static electricity? Our experts discuss this long debated question.

  • by Rockler

    The myth that anti freeze is a green wood stabilizer is explored with several woodworking experts and they'll tell you want to use instead.
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