When I use my saw, I don't plug it in until I have done my layouts &
setups, and I am immediately ready to cut (and I've checked the
position of the cord!). When I finish using my saw, I set it down,
then unplug it. After I've unplugged it, I'll pick it up and depress
the switch to make sure I unplugged the right thing. If the next cut
requires re-positioning the work, I unplug between cuts.
I don't change blades unless the power plug is in plain view.
Same basic behaviour when I use our rotary meat slicer or the electric
Basically, I'm respectful of sharp things that move quickly.
Could be I'm overdoing it, but I've still got all my fingers, and I
try to keep them in good working order, since I also like to play the
And I like my coffee hot. So, I don't drink coffee while driving.
Howard Lee Harkness
Texas Certified Concealed Handgun Instructor
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