Not wise to use those with a table saw--it will pull the glove off and all
the skin from your hand with it. They're fine for knives and chisels and
maybe for meat slicers, but not for saws.
I use one when I'm slicing with a mandoline--now _that_ is a scary tool.
I have one of those chain mail gloves bought at Lee Valley. But they
are NOT and I can't emphasize strongly enough, NOT to be used anywhere
near machinery. They're to be used in the presence of knives or other
sharp manual tools, no machinery allowed.
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