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#1 posted 05-15-2011 05:54 PM

Good link. Two important tips. Use a pushblock to keep your hands away from the blade. Don’t stand directly behind the piece being milled so if there is kickback and the paws don’t stop it you won’t get hit. Oh and another is to art the blade height just above the wood thickness. Higher and it could burn or cause other issues.

Be safe and it is fun to use them. :)


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