Disclaimer

SAFETY NOTICE:

All information provided on this site is for informational purposes only with no warranty of any kind– neither express nor implied. Woodworking is an inherently dangerous craft, so please use all appropriate caution when working with power tools or hand tools. Check with your local ordinances and make sure anything you do is in accordance with your local laws and practices. Any safety equipment or guards you do not see if in the photos were removed for illustrative/photographic needs.

Before heading into the shop always remember Norm Abram’s advice:

“Before we use any power tools, let’s take a moment to talk about shop safety. Be sure to read, understand, and follow all the safety rules that come with your power tools. Knowing how to use your power tools properly will greatly reduce the risk of personal injury. And remember this: there is no more important safety rule than to wear these — safety glasses.” [He points at his aviator-style prescription glasses.] (occasionally added) “And also hearing protection when necessary.”

and from Lie-Nielsen:

“Sharp chisels are dangerous and should be handled with care. Dull chisels are even more dangerous and should be sharpened.” Lie Nielsen,

Additional Legalese:

This website and related materials are Copyright 2012-2014 Bill Rainford

All content on this blog and related website(s) are property of Bill Rainford unless otherwise noted.

Reproduction with written permission only.

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4 thoughts on “Disclaimer”

  1. I read of your interest in the old Chandler&Barber work benches, Sloyds. I recently obtained one and would send you before and after photos if you are interested. Nice site.

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