To prevent accidents, keep satety in mind while you work. Use the ® satety guards installed on power equipment; they are for your protection. When working on power equipment, keep lingers away Irom saw blades, wear safety goggles to prevent Injuries from (lying wood chips and saw-dusl, wear headphones to protect your hearing, and consider installing a dust vacuum to reduce the amount of airborne sawdusl In your woodshop. Don'l wear loose clothing, such as neckties or shirts with loose sleeves, or jewelry, such as rings, necklaces or bracelets, when working on power equipment. Tie back long hair to prevent it Irom gelling caughl In your equipment. People who are sensitive to certain chemicals should check the chemical content of any product before using it. The author and editors who compiled this book have tried to make the contents as accurate and correct as possible. Plans, Illustrations, photographs and text have been carefully checked. All Instructions, plans and projecls should be carefully read, studied and understood before beginning construction. Due to the variability of local conditions, construction materials, ski I levels, etc., neither the author nor Popular Woodworking Books assumes any responsibility lor any accidents, Injuries, damages or other losses Incurred resulting from the material presented in 'his book.
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