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Scroll Saw Safety Test

True/False
Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

Hold down fingers must be loosely placed against your stock.
 

 2. 

Stock must be placed securely against table.
 

 3. 

Safety glasses must be worn ONLY when using the scroll saw.
 

 4. 

Cut lines should be clearly marked before working on the scroll saw.
 

 5. 

Two hands should remain on the stock at all times.
 

 6. 

Hands should be placed over the cut line to ensure quality work.
 

 7. 

The scroll saw blade moves in a reciprocal motion, which causes your project to lift up if not secured to the table with the hold down fingers.
 

 8. 

Relief cuts are not to be used on the scroll saw.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 9. 

The Over Arm is responsible for?
a.
Creating a gap between the blade and the motor.
c.
Turning the scroll saw on and off.
b.
Holding the blade in place.
d.
Adjusting the speed of the scroll saw.
 

 10. 

The blade tension level is responsible for?
a.
Creating a gap between the blade and the motor.
c.
Turning the scroll saw on and off.
b.
Adjusting the tension of the blade.
d.
Holding the blade in place.
 

 11. 

The hold down fingers are responsible for?
a.
holding the blade in place.
c.
Holding the stock to the table.
b.
Adjusting the speed of the scroll saw.
d.
Allowing access to the blade and the lower chuck.
 

 12. 

The blade is reponsible for?
a.
Holding the stock to the table.
c.
Cutting the stock.
b.
Making sure all guards are in place and operating correctly
d.
Turning the scroll saw on and off.
 

 13. 

The blower is responsible for?
a.
Cutting the stock.
c.
Removing saw dust so the cut lines are visible.
b.
Allowing access to the blade and lower chuck.
d.
Turning the scroll saw on and off.
 

 14. 

The table insert is responsible for?
a.
Allowing access to the blade and lower chuck.
c.
Turning the scroll saw on and off.
b.
Keeping the table in place.
d.
Adjusting the speed of the scroll saw
 

 15. 

The table is responsible for?
a.
keeping the blade straight and operating correctly.
c.
Holding the stock against the table
b.
Making sure all guards are in place and operating correctly.
d.
Allowing a work surface.
 

 16. 

The on and off switch is responsible for?
a.
Holding the stock securely against the table.
c.
Turning the scroll saw on and off.
b.
Making sure all guards are in place and operating correctly.
d.
Adjusting the speed of the scroll saw.
 

 17. 

The variable speed control is responsible for?
a.
Turning the scroll saw on and off.
c.
Adjusting the speed of the scroll saw.
b.
Making sure all guards are in place and operating correctly.
d.
Holding the stock securely to the table.
 

Matching

Rank the order of operations when using the Scroll Saw
 
 
a.
1
e.
5
b.
2
f.
6
c.
3
g.
7
d.
4
 

 18. 

Make sure all guards are in place, operating correctly, and mark all cut lines.
 

 19. 

Remove stock from scroll saw after machine has come to a complete stop.
 

 20. 

Turn scroll saw on.
 

 21. 

Move stock away from blade only after hold down fingers are adjusted.
 

 22. 

Adjust hold down fingers so that they press against stock.
 

 23. 

Move stock into blade following the cut line.
 

 24. 

Place stock flat on table and against blade to adjust hold down fingers.
 
 
MATCH THE LETTER OF THE ALPHABET WITH THE PART OF THE SCROLL SAW
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a.
A
f.
F
b.
B
g.
G
c.
C
h.
H
d.
D
i.
I
e.
E
 

 25. 

BLOWER
 

 26. 

HOLD DOWN FINGERS
 

 27. 

THE BLADE
 

 28. 

TABLE INSERT
 

 29. 

ON/OFF SWITCH
 

 30. 

BLADE TENSION LEVER
 

 31. 

THE TABLE
 

 32. 

OVERARM
 

 33. 

VARIABLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT
 



 
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