Another piece of safety advice: wear EAR protection too. These saws emit as
many decibels as a 747 passing overhead. You'll keep your cool better if
your ears aren't overwhelmed, and that's *much* safer. You should be
concentrating totally on the cutting, and on keeping sure that the blade
can't jump out of the groove and cut you... ideally you would block out all
sound so that you just deal with visual input and vibration.
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