what do I think of it, not much, ultimately it is the user who is responsible, not the maker of the machine, unless it has a serious flaw that makes it dangerous, it is the user who has to be aware of the blades, where their fingers are, don't allow themselves to be distracted or become complacent of the equipment they are using.
only a moron blames the machinery for their own stupidity or lack of care.
case in point, I know of one young apprentice many years ago who cut off 3 fingers in a bandsaw accident, his own fault because he was not careful in making sure where his fingers were, he didn't get paid $1.5M, but the workshop and insurance covered his medical, they reattached his fingers and he still works in furniture restoration today and with all his appendages.
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