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John Smith

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#1 posted 07-24-2018 02:38 AM

after countless hours and hours of using the chain carver in different
mediums, you get to know how it acts and reacts accordingly.
my little “nip” on the finger happened after I turned the grinder off and
laid it down on the bench with the wheel still spinning…..
that is when I raked my finger tip over the spinning blade (about half throttle)
and it bit me. so – off to the emergency room ~ AGAIN !!
just like any cutting machine, you should wait until the thing stops running before you
take your hands off of it.
Becikeja ~ looking forward to seeing your project !!

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