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Some neighbors complained that the tablesaw stored in my carport presents a safety hazard because kids could turn it on and cut themselves. I need a way to disable or enclose it when not in use.
Few air cleaners are UL-approved. Am I the only one to run into this?
I have a 3×4" project part that requires a routed round-over. How can I rout this safely?
I’m leaving on a trip and I’m worried that my kids might hurt themselves playing in the shop. Could you give me some suggestions for quickly securing my garage shop?
I began to worry about the pending sale of my old tablesaw and jointer. If I sell them and the buyer hurts himself, am I liable?
I’ve cut acrylic before on my tablesaw, but I’m finding a large piece awkward to handle. How do I cut it safely and accurately?