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Newington, CT, US
Finishing has yet to exceed my expectations.
I am more concerned with getting paper cuts from reading the magazine than problems resulting from doing this operation.
Hey, isn't there also a kickback potential associated with table saws? I've seen postings by individuals with Saw Stops that have had life threatening injuries due to wood being flung off the blade.
If you want a completely safe table saw, don't turn it on, don't put a blade in it, and don't plug it in.
I want to see that flesh detecting technology added to ALL my tools, including hammers, chisels, marking knives, drills, bandsaw, planer and, of course, routers.
After that, it should be included in nails, screws, and wood with nasty splinter potential.
At least he didn't use his teeth in any way to start the motor.
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