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Tool Safety Class: Woodshop Level 2, Jan '23


1/21/2023 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM ET

Makers Mill Tool Safety Classes are required in most shops as a prerequisite for using the space and tools independently.  They provide basic skill and safety training on specific tools. Our safety classes are intended to ensure our members understand not only how to use tools, but also how to clean up the area, care for the tool, what to do when something goes wrong with the tool, and how to be a steward of the tool and shop. These important aspects of our Tool Safety Classes are intentionally designed to foster collaborative stewardship and increases the lifespan of our shared tools. 

In this 3-hour, Woodshop Tool Safety 2 Class students will learn how to safely use these power tools in our woodshop: 

  • Delta planer
  • Drill press
  • Mortiser Jointer
  • Belt sander
  • Power planer
  • Plate joiner
  • Hawk Multifunction Planer.
  • Oneida dust collection system 

Note:  A separate Tool Safety Class 1 covers the Delta tablesaw, SawStop, miter/chop saw, circular saw, jig saw, band saw, scroll saw, and router. It is NOT a prerequisite for this Level 2 Class.  Also, there is an additional safety class dedicated just for the CNC router.  Check the website calendar for dates and times of these other woodshop safety classes.

Location:  Makers Mill woodshop - first floor

Registration Fee:  Non-members: $80 and Members: $64
Materials fee included

Class Size:  minimum 2 and maximum 5.
Age group:  18+
Non-members will be sent a Liability Waiver to sign in advance of the class.

Attendees must wear safety glasses and hearing protection (we have supplies, or BYO), and closed-toe shoes.  No jewelry or loose clothing, and tie back long hair.

Instructor: 
Dave Dupuis was a Building Construction Instructor at the Huot Technical Center in Laconia for 25 years until he retired. He has been in the construction field his whole career and shares his wealth of knowledge and teaching experience in a clear, personable manner, willing to respond to any questions you may have about the makerspace equipment and space.

 

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