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Posted on Violent kickbacks when cutting trim miters on tablesaw

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Kazooman

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#1 posted 01-16-2018 06:39 PM


You are right, kazoo. It was the offcut. No problems whatsoever on the piece held to the fence! Call it fate, Bernoulli effect, voodoo hex or whatever sounds right, but the offcut was falling into the blade, and being fired out, a feat declared impossible earlier. Later I am going to post a rough drawing of the dead horse we are all continue to beat.

- Sawdust2012

Yep, I have given my last whuppin’ to the poor beast.

Geez, I said that and then posted two more replies. Facts remain rounded side down gives kick backs. Flat down does not. I don’t imagine that you were careless about holding the work piece when the rounded side was down.

Glad you got the problem solved.


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