Surgeons use a radially reciprocating saw to cut skin and bone. You can
almost never cut yourself on the bone blade but don't even think about
putting your finger on the skin blade. It gives a new meaning to slice
Hmmm... brings back memories. Ever had a plaster-of-paris cast, the kind
they used forever? I was shocked when it came time to remove mine, and the
horrifying saw they came at me with turned out to be strictly vibratory
rather than skilsawish in nature. Kinda makes you wonder what took them so
long to adapt the same technology to multi-tools.
Yep. Did you ever see the tip of my finger? A plate joiner jumped
and bit me. Definitely one of the safer tools considering the blade
is not exposed, still bit me. I've also had my skin cut with my Fein
- not bad, but it broke the skin. At no point should you ever think,
"Ah, how could this thing hurt me?" Healthy respect for tools is the
best way to stay healthy and whole.
Mike, I noticed in the video that you did not use much of a back and forth
mothion. Fein informed me that the Multimaster will cut faster if you work
it back and forth like you are slicing a piece of bread with a knife, yup he
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