Even bloodying a finger on the stationary saw blade would be a big FAIL
in my book.
I'm happy to say that I've never even nicked my finger on a tablesaw
blade, spinning or not. And that's not by accident.
Now, my experience with just plain old knife blades is a whole 'nother
Who needs a junta or a dictatorship when you have a Congress
blowing Wall Street, using the media as a condom?
I'll admit I noticed that in the video and cringed a bit each time the stock
went towards the blade. I assume there are guards left off for
I said way back there, that I didn't really see the utility... I'll add the
qualifer, "for me".
Exactly what I was thinking: there should be a ratcheting jack that
raises the blade on the backstroke, adjustable, and able to be defeated
for repeat cuts with the blade at the same height.
Hell, for $1300, why not?
Found--the gene that causes belief in genetic determinism
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