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#1 posted 10-03-2012 04:58 PM

I have an old Craftsman table saw that has a splitter and anti-kickback pawls. I use push sticks and featherboards. The saw still tends to kickback a fair amount. I have a garage shop and whenever I use my table saw, I move the stand so that it’s pointing out the garage door and towards the street. I’ve launched pieces of wood all the way into my neighbor across the street’s yard (~60-70 feet). I don’t try to control the kickback; I just get the hell out of the way.


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