Woodworking Safety Guide

Safety Week: Beware of Jointer Dangers

comments (0) May 12th, 2008 in blogs, videos

AsaC Asa Christiana, Special Projects Editor, Fine Woodworking magazine
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Video Length: 2:59
Produced by: Gina Eide


The jointer is essential for milling rough lumber but its spinning cutterhead will chew up your fingers if you ignore safety precautions. Fine Woodworking magazine editor Asa Christiana shares basic tips on how to stay safe and get great results.

For more information go to our jointer page in the Tool Guide or watch Gary Rogowski’s video on push sticks for the jointer (for subscribers only.)



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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.