Sander Safety Rules
1. Always wear approved eye protection when using this
2. When using this machine, do not lean to close to your work.
Baggy clothing or long hair may get caught in the machine.
3. You should not use a sander belt with torn edges. Pieces may
fly off and injure you.
4. If the sanding belt does not run in the center of the rolls, turn
off the machine and report it to the teacher.
5. Always keep material you are sanding in contact with the
6. Do not use sanding belts or discs that are loaded with pitch
and/or worn out.
7. Do not try to shorten the sanding process by pressing hard on
your work or holding your work in one spot for a long time.
This will burn your work and may cause the belts or discs to
break and injure you.
8. Be sure to use only the half of the disc moving downward.
9. Before turning on the power, check carefully to see that the
sanding disc is tightly cemented to the backing disc and has
no loose or torn edges.