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Woodknack

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#1 posted 08-18-2017 09:13 PM



...or don t have 50 years experience and only get to spent 10 hours at most in the shop per week, or need your fingers for you day job with a keyboard.

You guys remind me of life long smokers that haven t gotten cancer yet.

- RobS888

Using a saw safely is a choice, not experience. But there are people who want the safety feature and I have nothing against it. Just don t pretend like it s necessary and we all should have it.

- Rick M

He touted his experience as a factor in not needing one.

Who said you should have one? Who said it was necessary? Are you sure you are answering the proper thread?

- RobS888


You also brought up experience as a reason for having one. And then compared it to cancer as if injury were an inevitable consequence. I disagree with both those opinions. But you did not say we should all have one, my mistake for bringing it up. But I recently read an article in non woodworking magazine that flesh sending tech should be made law on all table saws so I guess it was on my mind.

-- Rick M, http://thewoodknack.blogspot.com/


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