Safety in the shop: power tools

United States, 1970

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Stresses common sense practices in the use of woodworking and metal working machines, including the drill press, grinder, jointer, router and various types of power saws and lathes. Shows the need for proper clothing, machine guards, making adjustments before starting the machine, dealing with broken blades and the value of neatness.


production company

Coronet Films

Moreland-Latchford Productions






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