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Posted on Is the Blade Guard really necessary ?

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#1 posted 01-11-2013 05:13 PM

Ever notice on woordorking shows they saw “The blade gaurd has been removed for clarity” yeah, right.

The two biggest things you can do for TS safety (short of buying a sawstop), are…
1. Only run straight, freshly jointed stock on your TS.
2. Make use of featherboards and push sticks whenever you can.

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