The video explains to a person which electrical tools a carpenter should have to perform their job efficiently. One tool to keep on hand is a saw. A carpenter will conduct most of the work using the saw. The carpenter’s saw is a spinning device.
The speaker advises people who will use this type of saw never to plug it into the power source until they are 100 percent ready to operate it.
This is because it will start to spin, and it might spin out of control if the user is not ready to work with it. Users should never operate such a saw in a wet area or outdoors without having it GFI protected, either. This is because the GFI will trip if the user gets into any water or hazard with the saw.
The speaker discusses some tips for carpenters when using electrical tools. One common mistake some old-school carpenters make is stopping the safety devices on the tools. The speaker in the video advises other people never to stop safety devices. They are there to protect all people who use the devices, and they can be a lifesaver in a dangerous situation.
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