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User Name: facarroll
Forum Rank: Newbie
Real Name: Frank Carroll
Location Ballarat, Australia
Occupation: Teacher
Interests: House Building, Woodwork, Computer Programming
Gender: None Specified
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Last Visit: Sunday, January 27, 2019 8:34:16 PM
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Topic: Safety Testing on line
Posted: Sunday, September 21, 2014 1:03:24 AM
We've corrected the problem Joe. One of the servers handling the information transfer was blocking several US school sites. Took a while to find, but the servers have been cleared now.

Frank Carroll
Jindabyne Central School (Retired)
Australia
http://www.SafetyTestingOnline.com
Topic: update
Posted: Friday, December 6, 2013 4:46:23 PM
I check periodically but only log in if I have something to say.

Frank Carroll
Jindabyne Central School (Retired)
Australia
http://www.SafetyTestingOnline.com
Topic: Almost Blind Student
Posted: Friday, October 11, 2013 8:28:59 PM
I cannot offer any useful suggestions here, but if it helps to know, I once had a student who had had both eyes removed due to some sort of illness. He came to class with two glass eyes and an assistant who made him remain at least two steps behind her. She also insisted that she "wasn't employed to do wood", so I just did the best I could as well as managed the normal size class.

Frank Carroll
Jindabyne Central School (Retired)
Australia
http://www.SafetyTestingOnline.com
Topic: Help Teaching Surface Planer
Posted: Friday, September 27, 2013 9:19:56 PM
As far as I know there should be a measuring rule with a red pointer fixed just below the height adjustment wheel. You have to calibrate this setting. Explain to the students how much the machine will remove and then expect them to calculate a height setting for the cut.

Frank Carroll
Jindabyne Central School (Retired)
Australia
http://www.SafetyTestingOnline.com
Topic: on line safety testing
Posted: Monday, September 23, 2013 11:44:27 PM
I don't know either Joe. I have just emailed you, but would you forward a copy of the email saying I have moved. I haven't moved at all so I need to know what the message was.
Thanks.
By the way, I am still doing free subscriptions to schools in North America (USA) until end September.
Anyone can email me at admin@safetytestingonline.com.
Thanks,
Frank Carroll

Frank Carroll
Jindabyne Central School (Retired)
Australia
http://www.SafetyTestingOnline.com
Topic: Planing with a Jointer/Planer
Posted: Sunday, September 1, 2013 9:14:18 PM
I thoroughly concur with all that Keith has said.

Frank Carroll
Jindabyne Central School (Retired)
Australia
http://www.SafetyTestingOnline.com
Topic: Planing with a Jointer/Planer
Posted: Friday, August 30, 2013 11:27:19 PM
It sounds very much like the blades need sharpening or are misaligned. As well as that, I really hope that you are not pressing down over the cutter head while machining in an attempt to hold it down.
You should do some research on proper machining practise. You can download an instruction sheet at http://www.safetytestingonline.com/freestuff/download.php?file=Jointer+Safety.pdf.

Frank Carroll
Jindabyne Central School (Retired)
Australia
http://www.SafetyTestingOnline.com
Topic: Safety Testing Online - Something free.
Posted: Tuesday, August 27, 2013 9:09:47 AM
AT&T were indeed blocking the site without explanation. They have since released it and you should be having no blocking issues now.

Frank Carroll
Jindabyne Central School (Retired)
Australia
http://www.SafetyTestingOnline.com
Topic: Safety Testing Online - Something free.
Posted: Wednesday, August 21, 2013 7:55:16 PM
Thanks Joe.
This is a curious problem. It seems to be true that AT&T are blocking the website but no other internet providers are doing so. This is why some people can log on at home but sometimes not at school. AT&T seem to be a provider for a lot of schools.
My website host is having difficulty accepting (believing) that AT&T would do this without contacting me, but I am attempting to have this issue resolved ASAP now that I know it is happening.I've been in touch with Harry Hobbs at your MIS department and he is helping.
There is certainly no malicious content being propogated by the website.
Stay tuned.

Frank Carroll
Jindabyne Central School (Retired)
Australia
http://www.SafetyTestingOnline.com
Topic: Safety Testing Online - Something free.
Posted: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 7:48:16 PM
Some forum members are mistakenly trying to log in to the virtual school at www.SafetyTestingOnline.com using the Student Portal on the home page.
The test log in is not a student login but rather a teacher log in giving full access to the complete virtual school testing program.
A simple solution.
Rather than drilling down through the menu to log in, just click on http://www.safetytestingonline.com/portal/woodwork_sub/wood_main.php and log in to any link as try-me@SafetyTestingOnline.com using basil1 as the password.

Frank Carroll
Jindabyne Central School (Retired)
Australia
http://www.SafetyTestingOnline.com

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