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#1 posted 05-10-2011 01:59 AM

When using this type bit, I am always careful to make sure to have a good hold of the work piece. I make sure to wear gloves, because large chunks of wood in your hand hurt like hell (yes I know this from experience). Then I make sure my body is out of the way that the wood will most likely fly if it decides to do so. I have done what you describe to several boards at a time with no problem. Then all of a sudden for no apparent reason, it’ll catch one wrong. I actually had it happen one time and it threw the board across the shop at great speed, right through a window.


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