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Router Safety

Shop Class Safety Sets

Use the router only with the instructor's ___________________. permission
Always wear _______________ glasses. safety
The stock must be _______________ enough for the type of cut you plan to make. thick
The stock to be routed must be free of paint and loose ________________. knots
Use ________________ to keep work firmly against the table clamps
Be sure the bit is _____________ of the material before switching on. clear
Wait for the router to come to _____________________ before starting the cut. full speed
The feed must be ______________ the rotation of the bit. against
Move the bit away from the _______________ before turning it off. material
Wait for the router to come to a complete _____________ before setting it down. stop
Never set the router down on an exposed bit. Lay it on its' ____________. side
Created by: Steve Corn