[Noisebridge-discuss] Basic Saftey Instructions for woodshop
Justine De Caires
justine at minerva.kgi.edu
Tue Mar 17 05:02:00 UTC 2015
I know nothing about shop safety, therefore I'd love to learn!
On Mon, Mar 16, 2015 at 10:01 PM, Torrie Fischer <tdfischer at hackerbots.net>
> Hello new favorite person <3
> If you're up to buy wood, Discount Builders Supply north of 13th and
> 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
> 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
> > instructions from someone experienced with these machines (before I
> > 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
> > 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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