Woodworking Safety Guide

Safety Week Videos: Tame the Dust

comments (0) May 9th, 2008 in blogs, videos

AsaC Asa Christiana, Special Projects Editor, Fine Woodworking magazine
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Video Length: 3:27
Produced by: Gina Eide


Woodworking machines cough up fine dust that is harmful to your lungs so it’s essential to develop a game-plan for dust control. Magazine editor Asa Christiana shares simple strategies for taming dust and shows off the solution he’s arranged in his home shop.

For more information, read Dust Collection Demystified.



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Woodworking is a solitary hobby and it requires tools and techniques that are inherently dangerous. These two factors make workshop safety a top concern for any woodworker. When working in the shop it is important to protect your eyes, ears, and lungs, and take great care when using hand and power tools. These safety manuals prepared by the editors of Fine Woodworking provide the foundation of safety knowlege every woodworker should know.