I haven't heard this about airbags and seatbelts that I can remember,
but I definitely heard that all-wheel drive or ABS had resulted in
people driving faster.
This is not to say I'm against safety devices. Although I am against
seat belt laws for adults, but not because I think seatbelts are
"Ban food with transfat. Prevent deaths from second-hand fat."
On Mar 1, 8:45 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org (Dave Martindale) wrote:
Far as I know, nothing is foolproof. The manufacturer makes that
clear on their web site. If your hand is moving fast when you hit the
blade, you will get damaged. At normal speed the cut would be about
1/16" deep. Replacing the blade and the brake ain't gonna be cheap,
but I guarantee that it's less than the emergency room visit. The wet
wood would still have a substantially different conductivity/
capacitance than wood. There's far more water in flesh than in even
the wettest wood (I don't mean wood that's been rained on, and I'm not
sure how PT saturated wood would work - the chemicals might change the
wood conductivity substantially).
When the saw cut through the glove and hit your finger, then it would
trigger. Shouldn't be a problem - unless the glove gets snagged and
pulls your hand towards the blade.
As far as the second part, do you find yourself taking dangerous risks
because your car has seat belts and air bags? Regardless of the
technology, the wet ware that hits the on switch is still the biggest
People who own them are very pleased with the results. It is a high quality
tool, ranks with the best of them. Rather than make silly statements, go
see one and try one out. Lee Valley stores replaced all of their saws with
No one is forcing you to buy one, so you still have a choice.
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