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I think that cleaning the tools goes without saying. However, most people don't know that they need to lubricate their tools. Especially, every day like you say. Even I don't do that, but I'm going to be better from now on.
I liked that you pointed out that you should make sure that you make sure that the equipment is in good shape. It would be awful if a huge piece of equipment might stopped working all of the sudden. It does seem like a good thing to be aware of if you need to get any equipment.
This is an excellent article providing some useful information on how to maintain the tools and equipment.
It was really nice to know that one of the best ways to make sure that the equipment is doing is by inspecting it after every use to see if any damages were done and need repairs. I guess this is one thing that my friend had not done and now his hydraulic cylinder needs to be repaired. I will be sure to mention this to him so that the same problem with the equipment will not occur in the future. Thank you.
I do like it when you said that basic training is important before using the equipment as that will ensure that the person knows how to inspect and operate it wisely. That is probably the reason why my mom is insistent that we schedule a training for the operators before renting an equipment. I will be sure to keep this in mind then. After all, the equipment is only rented, we have to make sure that we care for it as much as we can.
It got me when you said that in order to keep them machines working in their optimal state, it is best to inspect them every day after they being used in order to see if they need a repair of some sort. I will mention to my coworkers since they intend to buy a milling machine for their jobs. Considering how it is not as cheap, it only makes sense that they take good care of it. Inspecting it every is a good idea as they will also be using it on a daily basis.
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