DTsafetytips

DTsafetytips - Beforeyoubeginmakingyourframesitis

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    Before you begin making your frames it is  very important that you understand the  safety issues involved.
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Can you think of any dangers involved in  this lesson? Discuss your ideas as a class and check  if they match the points on the next  slides.
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The glue from these glue guns is very  hot. You must be very careful at all times! Do not touch the plug attached to the  mains! If your glue gun does not work ask an  adult for help. Do not attempt to fix it  yourself! Keep the glue away from your skin!
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You must be careful when sawing your piece of  wood.  Begin sawing lightly to create a groove before  sawing properly. Saw forwards and backwards gradually.  Use the wood holders and the edge of the table  to cut your wood. Keep your fingers away from the saw when  cutting your wood. Stand up when sawing.
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 452 taught by Professor Brothersmith during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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DTsafetytips - Beforeyoubeginmakingyourframesitis

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