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Safety Test Machines

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The lower drive wheel does not require a guard.


The upper guide should be adjusted about 1/8” above the work piece.


All normal adjustments should be made with the power turned off.


It is permissible and safe to force the material around a tight radius without making relief cuts first.


Fingers should be placed on either side of the cut line, not in line with it and the material guided through the machine.


When necessary it is possible to back slowly out of a long cut with the machine still running.


Onlookers should avoid standing to the right of the operator as a broken blade could exit the machine in the direction.


It is necessary to select the proper speed.


The chuck key should be kept in the chuck at all times.


Work should always be secured.


Rings may be worn while operating a drill press.


Center punching metal before drilling is not necessary.


The drill can be operated at one speed for all kinds of work.


The rotation of the chuck can be stopped by hand.


Loose clothing could be a problem while operating this machine.


The table should be 1/4” away from the belt for adequate clearance.


Belt tracking should be checked before using this machine.


There are directional arrows inside the belt.


The guards should not be removed from this machine.


The blade selected needs to be matched to the material and the type of cut.


It is necessary to have the flat side of the stock tight against the table.


Fingers should be kept away from the cutting line.


The hold down should be 1/16” from the work piece.


After changing blades or making guide adjustments the machine should be rotated one full stroke by hand.

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