Material should not be placed near the belt or disk sander without
first turning on the machine. Failure to do this could cause the
material to be thrown.
Stand directly in front of the 6” belt sander, and in front to the
left (the radius of the disk that is spinning downwards) of the
12” disk sander.
If there are any problems with the equipment: Turn the sander off
and stand back until the machine stops spinning. Tell the shop
technician that the equipment needs looked at.
When you are finished sanding, turn the equipment off and let it
come to a complete stop, then clean all scrap from the machine and
|The safety symbols (pictured to the left)
are shown on the sanding machine. Material resulting from
the equipments use could be harmful if inhaled. Proper use
of this piece of equipment requires eye protection and face
guard at all times. To minimize the amount of dust thrown by
this sander, always use the vacuum when sanding.
***A vacuum is
attached to the sander. ***
Never use the sander without first turning on the vacuum.