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AlaskaGuy

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#1 posted 08-17-2017 08:12 PM


I read a post about someone who turned the sensor off for a cut. Didn t turn it on and next time he was in the shop made a couple of mistakes and lost a bunch of fingers. I m sure the tech is pretty good or like people have said someone would have pointed it out. You can t count on the human aspect of the “tech” though and we ll still make mistakes like thinking the safety is on when it isn t. (Just to add to Tay s point)

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