This label warns you of sharp objects. Take care to avoid injury when attaching or detaching the CNC bits.
1.2 Safety Symbols
Safety symbols in Quick Start Guides and User Manuals instruct you to avoid damage or hazards during assembly and use.
Read the entire manual before use.
This CNC carver should only be used by trained operators aged 18 and above.
Always operate the machine wearing the CNC Safety Goggles.
Operate the CNC carver in a well-ventilated place and take safety precautions like wearing protective masks.
Do not leave the CNC carver unattended while it is on.
Do not operate the CNC carver while tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medication.
Do not let children use the CNC carver without the supervision and assistance of an adult.
Do not touch the moving parts while the CNC carver is in operation.
Do not touch the bit or collet immediately after use, as doing so can cause burn hazards.
Always have the material securely clamped. Do not hold the workpiece with your hands throughout carving.
Always cut the power supply before maintenance or modifications.
Turn off the CNC carver immediately if any of the following occurs:
- The CNC carver is on fire which persists after it is turned off.
- The CNC carver stops unexpectedly.
- Any damage is incurred to the interior components of the CNC carver.
- Any unusual light or sound comes from the CNC carver which has never occurred previously.
- The bit or workpiece gets jammed or bogged down. Wait for all moving parts to stop and unplug the cable, and then free the jammed material.
In all EU member states, operation of 5150-5250 MHz is restricted to indoor use only.
1.4 Emergency Response
1.4.1 Injury from Sharp Objects
Should you get injured from sharp objects, follow these first aid steps:
(1) Stop the bleeding. Apply pressure to the wound with a clean cloth for a few minutes until the bleeding stops. If the bleeding won’t stop or other tissues are severely injured, seek medical help immediately.
(2) Remove any dirt and debris. Use sterilized tweezers to remove dirt and debris around the wound. If the debris penetrates deep into your skin, seek medical help immediately.
(3) Gently rinse the wound, and wipe away the residual water using a clean cloth.
(4) Apply an antiseptic cream on the wound to prevent infection. If the wound is infected, seek medical help immediately.
(5) Band up. Use a bandage to protect the wound from further exposure to dirt and bacteria.
Any injuries to the vulnerable parts, like faces, eyes, and arteries, require immediate medical treatment.
1.4.2 Inhalation of Dirt and Sawdust
CNC carving will produce dust and sawdust, which may irritate your respiratory system. Generally, we recommend you use safety addons and wear protective masks when carving. Should respiratory irritation occur, immediately expose the victim to fresh air and seek medical help.
1.4.3 Inhalation of Scorched Smell
Sometimes, CNC carving may emit a scorched smell, which may irritate your respiratory system. Should respiratory irritation occur, immediately expose the victim to fresh air and seek medical help.