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CharleyL

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#1 posted 03-28-2017 05:17 PM

A Grripper would have been much cheaper and you could use it in place of those dangerous push sticks. You need something that holds the piece down as well as push it past the blade. Even a sacrificial block of wood with an L shaped bottom and a handle that extends higher than the blade would be way safer than push sticks.

Sorry you got hurt, but maybe my suggestions will help you avoid doing it again.

Charley


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