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Is this their new table mount router?
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Seems kind of pointless(?). Chips are kind of big for any practical application.
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Looks more like a parting tool to me. Get your hand or arm where it shouldn't be and it would part that too.

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Workplace Health & Safety over here would absolutely have a fit if they saw that.

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Workplace Health & Safety over here would absolutely have a fit if they saw that.
the imposed fines collection department would be operating in the black for the rest of the year at least...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Your not wrong Stick.

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Workplace Health & Safety over here would absolutely have a fit if they saw that.
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I don't think work BC would look upon that to favourably either . Looks a little menacing

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This is one of those situations where Yes, it will work but should you? And the deafening chorus of answers should be NO.

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