October 2007 Issue
Uncommon wisdom about working with power and hand tools.
This article covers what you should have learned in your high school shop class, but didnít, and more. It discusses safety glasses, proper treatment of chisels, gloves, jewelry, shop coats, hand tools, urban myths, safe shoes, hardware, biomechanics, capturing wayward chips, machinery placement in the shop, air-powered tools, cleanup, pneumatic cutting tools, and other common sense advice; by Bob Fritz.
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