12 Ways To Keep Yourself And Others Safe In A Woodworking Shop

August 11, 2016

This Post is courtesy of guest blogger Abe Knepp of www.itsamishmade.com Whether you’re in a woodshop for work, or to visit for some other reason, safety must always be a top priority. People lose body parts and even their own lives in woodshops every year. The following 12 tips will help reduce your risk to

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Stay Safe When Using Your Miter Saw

July 1, 2014

When it comes to building things in your workshop, the most important thing to keep in mind is safety. This is especially true when using power tools, such as your miter saw. The following are a few safety tips to follow: Read the manual – The best way to be safe while using your miter

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Safe and Effective Ways to Heat Your Workship During Winter

October 31, 2013

Creating and maintaining a comfortable workspace is one of the keys to wholly enjoying your workshop. While convenience is a factor, it is far more important to keep safety in mind. Here are a few ways to effectively and safely heat your workshop for the coming winter: Improved Insulation – The first step should always

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Bench Grinder Safety Do's and Don'ts

September 12, 2011

As we all know, a good woodworker, from contractors to homeowners alike, needs good, sharpened tool. Whether you are using a bench grinder at home or at a professional workshop to sharpen your tools, you need to know how to use this powerful machine safely. Here some important bench grinder safety do’s and don’ts from the Bench

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