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Theo; in fact it's more dangerous behind the saw than in front of it. But yes behind it in the pic, hence my comment re standing behind the saw making the cut with his toes almost in the line of fire.
two hands on the saw please...
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They probably only get $1.25/day too.
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he must be management to get those wages...
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I'd be willing to bet that most circ. saw injuries, especially to the groin, inner thigh, and leg, are from saws binding and kicking back. In theory at least the soleplate should hit your hand before the blade can make contact, if your hand (or foot?) is in in front.
mostly from using body parts for sawhorses...
or poor maint...

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Absolutely...there are lots of hazards in the video...doing it all day every day they sure do cut straight and accurate....the joints especially, hand cut with a saw.

I started to think they wouldn't get any screws in their bare feet but then later in the video they do use screws for the table top.

Like Herb said...would have been nice to see all the carving...oh, well...

Maybe this thread should turn into "how many hazards can you count"...?
his planer and mortiser are definitely upscale...
took so much money to by them there wasn't anything left for hand tools...
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Worm drives are my favorite (Mag77), especially for ripping long boards...
ditto..
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I'd be willing to bet that most circ. saw injuries, especially to the groin, inner thigh, and leg, are from saws binding and kicking back. In theory at least the soleplate should hit your hand before the blade can make contact, if your hand (or foot?) is in in front.
''other tools'' aren't w/o their issues...

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place this add...
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Not sure how many tools I need, but it’s always more than I have :-)
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Not sure how many tools I need, but it’s always more than I have :-)
I've been adding tools myself, mostly cordless. Chisels, rubber mallet, spray bottle, and so on.

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