CNC routers are designed with safety in mind. However, there are certain safety rules you should always follow to prevent accident or injury.
- Do not operate a CNC router in a damp or moist environment.
- Never leave the room while your machine is routing.
- Do not put any part of your body closer than 6 inches to the cutting tool when it is moving.
- Always make sure you have inserted the correct bit for the job you are doing.
- Check your horsepower is suitable for the material you are cutting.
- Make sure that all workpieces are securely clamped down.
- Do not force material into the router.
- Don’t try to increase the depth of the cut by inserting less of the shank into the collet.
- If the bit is acting up or breaks, shut down the machine straight away.
- Do not use non-routing tools, even though their shanks may fit in the collet.
- Clean the machine and the floor around it after every use.
- Empty the vacuum bag frequently.
- When the machine is working, always use eye and hearing protection.
- Maintain your CNC router diligently. Replace worn part as and when needed.
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