[Noisebridge-discuss] Basic Saftey Instructions for woodshop

Torrie Fischer tdfischer at hackerbots.net
Tue Mar 17 05:01:09 UTC 2015


Hello new favorite person <3

If you're up to buy wood, Discount Builders Supply north of 13th and mission 
would be a great spot.

If you're down to learn safety, I'm down to teach. I can meet you at a 
mutually agreeable time in the space.

Possibly others would also want to have a shop safety class? I was planning on 
doing another at some vague wednesday within the next two months to keep them 
going quarterly and without mucking up telling everyone the right date.

On Monday, March 16, 2015 08:30:32 PM Nir Lev wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> I would like to work on the different wood-shop machines to build my
> project, but I would like to make sure that I go through some basic safety
> instructions from someone experienced with these machines (before I attempt
> to cut off my fingers like a moron).
> 
> If anyone is willing to find some time to give me this basic guidance, I
> would appreciate it very much. I could hopefully declare NB as the workshop
> and community which I'd like to work on my super-special ( ;-) ) project.
> 
> Also, if I were to bring my own wood to work on, where would I purchase
> some / grab some lying around for free? :P
> 
> Thanks,



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