Here's something that should be first and foremost to know when doing any kind of woodworking is safety. I found this blog post that goes through the most safety issues we need to know.
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Woodworking can be a safe and enjoyable hobby or vocation if you follow some very basic woodworking safety rules. All of the rules are common-sense ideas, but failure to follow these rules will greatly increase the chance of injury when working with your tools. The wood shop is not the place to be in a hurry or have an “it won't happen to me” attitude. Commit these ten rules to habit, and your woodworking experiences will be safer and much more enjoyable.
The first and most important rule of woodworking is to wear appropriate safety equipment. While hearing protection is necessary for some very noisy tools such as routers and surface planers, and latex gloves may be necessary when applying finishes, there is no time in the wood shop that you should be without your safety glasses. Put them on when you enter the shop, and don't take them off until you leave. Your eyesight is too important to take chances.
Go here for the rest of the story https://www.thespruce.com/safety-rules-every-woodworker-should-know-3536833
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