KLook wrote:You missed my point, and I know how to grab the right tool. I have put on miles of cedar shingles. The point is anything with a moving sharp blade can hurt you bad. I saw a guy almost remove his thumb with a nice sharp handsaw. Another stuck his fingers in a router. Another in a joiner. I am going to buy the table saw made by this company at a cost of $1900 when I get the chance. There is another that cost $3500 but the lesser model will do. A fool and his money are soon parted, but this fool will not be parted from his fingers so easily. Not to mention, I know a good many farmers missing digits and such. You should know accidents happen to the best of us.
I've been waiting to get 1 myself. The reason is right here:Safe Saw
Yep we have discussed this saw before. Me and Sting have both had our run ins with the dreaded table saw. My pics are the 4th post down on page 2.
All it took was just a slight lack of concentration , the need to quickly do something, and whammo, I was headed to the E.R......................
The finger tips get tingly at times. They get colder faster in the wintertime. And the 1 nail has not grown back entirely. But they still do function quite well.