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Posted on Wood drifts away from table saw fence at end

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#1 posted 12-19-2018 12:14 PM

The only thing that prevents it is if I use my right hand fingers to sort of squeeze the wood towards the fence.

- bgilb

I must apologize to the Lumber God who feels I created hysteria panic. The only way I can make any sense of the words the OP wrote is that the wood was indeed moving toward the blade, or how could he possibly squeeze the wood TOWARD the fence, if it was already passed it?

Again my apologies, reading what was typed I took he meant stock was going toward the blade. Even 0.001 toward could cause kickback in the correct situation, and that increases with each additional amount it’s off.

Rich please, so you don’t make a complete fool of yourself publicly, unwad your panties. The rest of your posts do often have an opinion that most would consider learned from some experience. But to be an adult, you need to quit with the childish insults. People come here for information, opinions, and to learn, not be abused like children on a playground by the class bully.

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