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#1 posted 12-23-2012 06:22 PM

P.S Crashn.

The tables on a jointer are parallel. There are two schools of jointing front and back table jointing, both work equally as well with no issues. However trying to tell a back table jointer to become a front table jointer is what almost made me lose a finger. I was lucky and fast enough just to get a cut on the tip of my finger, but I”m going to have to say something about the “safety” of trying to change the style of jointing someone does.

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