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Old 23 April 2010, 17:17   #1
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Pretty impressive if you work in a sawmill!
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Thats very impressive had to watch it twice well done that inventor
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Old 24 April 2010, 02:26   #4
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a worth while elf and safety contribution
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a worth while elf and safety contribution
good bit a kit, you'll still need to do a course to use it, elf an safety, don't you just love em!
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Old 24 April 2010, 04:33   #6
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VERY impressive mate!...the hieght of 'Fiddleing excellence' might have saved the tip of my eldest son's finger when he was an apprentice joiner too! Glad to say now FULLY recovered!
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The other film, where the guy tries it with his own finger, is VERY impressive!

Dont know whether I would have had the bottle to do it, having seen my old man take the top of his finger off in a similar situation. He wrapped a hanky round it and caught a bus to the hospital!
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Sawstop has been around for a few years. Looked into them a couple of years ago when I was in the market for a household/hobby saw, but they're pretty pricey, making it hard to justify if you're on a somewhat limited budget, and don't use the saw all that much.

Very impressive performance, though, and I was rather surprised when the guy was actually willing to put his finger to the test...

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Yep - made my buttocks clench
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Yep - made my buttocks clench
Is it because of 'clench' issues you're selling the SR?
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