Select "biscuit machine" in the Type of Tool dropdown, then click Search. Ten
accidents reported, *seven* of which involved hand-holding the workpiece in
Doug Miller (alphageek at milmac dot com)
Let me add a couple of things:
1. I'm actually thankful for the accident... It was bad enough (i.e.,
I still have my fingers) to wake me from being too casual about what
I'm doing in the shop. I now have my mind more in the "is this the
safest way to do this" set.
2. There's a reason the plate joiner has two handles... use both
hands. When that thing graps, it takes off as bad as an out of control
PS... I still enjoy my beer; but only after shop time.
I must admit I love my beer as much as the next guy. Scotch even more.
Brandy is the king of beers...*G*.
Only when I'm done with tools. My wonderful wife is just a few credits
away from setting up her own practise as a Nurse Practitioner and I
refuse to be her first patient.
She's almost 20 years younger than I, and there is NO way she'll ever
be able to rub that in because of some stupid mistake.
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Tue, Jan 23, 2007, 12:08pm (EST-3) email@example.com (Robatoy) doth
I must admit I love my beer <snip>
Indeed, nothing quite like the satisfaction of a cold beer on a
warm day. That said, all I drink nowadays, if at all, is some of the
non-alcoholic beer - rated at less than 0.5% alcohol by content. One is
all I drink, because even at that low level I can feel the alcohol, and
two would put me on the couch for the rest of the day. Ah well, mayge
again in the next life. Think reincarnation.
Bugrit. Millennium hand AND shrimp.
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