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#1 posted 05-03-2010 03:02 AM

John I have always found safety in table saw operation by using a push stick. It’s much more comfortable to slide a small stick of wood or plastic near the blade then one’s fingers. I usually cut my own out of a piece of scrap wood but I picked up an orange plastic one from Harbor Freight the day for about $3.00 and it works great. I’m pleased to hear of your new found interest in woodworking and your new machinery sounds like a heck of a good start. Keep your fingers away from the sharp spinning stuff! :)

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