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Planer Safety

12 The minimum length of material what will run safely through the planer is ___ inches.
1/32 The recommended depth of cut you should take is ___ inch.
SIDE OF PLANER When feeding stock into the planer, stand to one________________, rather than directly behind the material.
RUNNING Do not look directly into the throat or opening of the machine while it is _________.
LARGEST When planing pieces of wood that vary in thickness, always plane the _________ pieces first, and work down to the small pieces.
GRAIN Do not plane cross-grain, as this may cause pieces to come apart. Only plane along or with the direction of the _______.
PERSON Extra long stock must be supported on both sides of the planer while it runs so you must ask for the assistance of another ________.
STOP If the stock jams while being planed, _____ the machine completely and lower the table to free the jammed material.
Created by: Room224