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7 safety rules to never violate

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Listen to that little fella on your shoulder

Listen to that little fella on your shoulder

When you hear that voice in the back of your head saying, "this isn't right," listen to it and rethink the operation. Rehearse an unfamiliar cut first, without any spinning steel. If you feel uncomfortable with it, jig-up to make it safer, or find another way.


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tommandkay wrote:

Staying mentally sharp is my favorite and very important. Working when tired can cause carelessness. Also don't work when upset. I did once...once. My mother was ill, and called me while I was in the shop. After I hung up I went back to the table saw, and was thinking so much about what was going on with her, that I nearly separated two finger tips from my hand. I had to take a trip to ER, and everything turned out fine, but the lesson was painfully learned.

9/26/2014 12:24:58 AM Report Abuse
daxthelm2 wrote:

Feather board?

9/18/2014 01:24:05 PM Report Abuse

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