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Robert Herring

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#1 posted 12-19-2009 04:07 PM

I lost parts of 3 fingers last year using a dado stack. It was user error and not the blades. Somehow the piece rose up and as I went to push it back down, the wood shot out and my hand replaced it. Lesson learned. I still use dado stacks but my attention is never swayed. I have told everyone I know to never interupt me while I’m using any power tool. They just have to wait until the tool is off. Again, it was user error, not the tool.

-- Robert M. Herring

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