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    How to Use the
    Miter Saw
    Safely


    If you are a new or beginning user ask a supervisor for help.

    Everyone working in the shop must wear safety glasses at all times.

    Make sure you always keep your fingers out of the red zone!

    The miter saw is for cross cutting wood.


    The piece you are cutting must be long enough that your hand has a 12 inch piece to hold.












    For smaller pieces see the supervisor.















    For smaller pieces you will need a push stick to hold the wood you are cutting in place.













    If the dust bag is full empty it!


    To change angle the black handle must be loosened.

    Then push the latch down , and choose the appropriate angle.

    Retighten the black handle.


    If you are cutting many pieces the same size, use a pencil to draw a line on the fence.










    DANGER! DO NOT use a stop block.
















    Stop blocks may cause the saw to kick back while you are cutting.












    Start the machine using the black button under the handle. Pull down at a medium speed.













    If you have any further questions ask a supervisor. And please clean up your mess!!








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