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Posted on Do as I say not as I do AKA Don't do this at home

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#1 posted 08-04-2015 07:25 PM

Guilty as well.
I think with experience it becomes “maybe a little safer” because we are comfortable with the saw we use.
I never gave it much thought on cutting on a table saw until this spring a young fellow was helping me on outfeed side. He grabbed BOTH pieces and cleared the table saw, it was then I realized I was still pushing my piece between the blade and fence, my hand came close to blade as he PULLED. I aske hime not to pull, I will push it through.
Look at your hands, do you have all your fingers ? if so you must be doing it safe.

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