I would like to begin this discussion on safety by relating a story that I witnessed over fifty years ago. I was living in a suburb of Boston at the time. Winter was setting in. My neighbor directly across the street from me just came home with a ...
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When a new product hits the street, some initial advertising is necessary to introduce it to the public. After a time, if sales go well, less budget needs to be spent on advertising, but if another product generates more interest, the advertising ...
People are always saying “they don’t make them like that anymore”. Off course that is 100% true, but that goes both ways. When tool manufacturers started making and selling tools around 100 years ago, they made a tool that was de...
After reading many threads on this and other forums, regarding the correct workbench height, I have concluded that one size does not fit all. Bench height is dependent on the height of the person and the type of work being performed. Additionally ...
As you can see from the following sketches, a low blade directs the cutting force in a plane close to parallel to the table. This increases the chance of kickback. In the lower sketch, a high blade directs the cutting force at a more downward angl...