I got a chopmaster blade from forrest. Changing the blade on the mitre
saw, I felt first hand how sharp the teeth on that blade are. No injury
resulted, but I realized that if I had dropped the blade, tried to catch
the blade, or any of a numerous other possibilities, I might have gotten
a nasty cut/scrape from the blade. Made me think about wearing some sort
of light weight glove next time I change blades.
Good points. My only real blood letting accidents while wood working
have been by accidently brushing against some sharpened tool not
currently in use. In fact, on one ocassion, I did not even realized I
had touched a new saw blade laying on my bench till I noticed a trail of
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