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“Safety first” is a good saying, but sometimes it’s tempting to believe that safety is just a box at the top of a mental checklist – the “check it off and move on” attitude. To the contrary, it’s best if you treat safety as a technique – an in-depth subject to revisit throughout your woodworking journey. I find that there is even more to learn about safety once I have tried a few things and possibly experienced a few mistakes.

Marc Adams, one of America’s premier woodworking instructors, has the gift of making power tool safety rules easy to remember. He also makes it a topic that all woodworkers can learn from, regardless of experience levels. Today I’m presenting just one of Marc’s three major factors in table saw safety – control. To get the other two – exposure and limitation – click here.

And to get all of Marc’s woodworking technique instruction in video format, buy the DVD collection from our store.


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