Cabinet makers often use machinery to make their cabinets. This machinery can range from simple hand tools to more complicated machines. Machines used by industrial cabinetmakers can vary in size, cost, and complexity. Some common types of machines used by industrial cabinetmakers include the following:

-Woodworking machines
-CNC routers
-Milling machines
-Drill presses
-Forging hammers
-Machining centers

Industrial cabinetmakers have an important job in manufacturing and assembling cabinets. However, this job also comes with a high risk of injuries.  One of the most common industrial machine injuries is machinist’s finger. This is a condition that occurs when the fingers are cut or jammed between the blade of a machine and the workpiece. If left untreated, it can lead to amputation. Other common machine injuries include cuts, bruises, and strains. If you’re working with this type of machinery, be sure to wear protective gear and keep an eye on your safety.

If you have been injured by Cabinet Makers’ Machinery, contact an attorney as soon as possible. An attorney can help you to understand your rights and options.