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    I stuck a $15 rotozip wannabe in my leg this summer while trimming my kicks :drag::o

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    Quote Originally Posted by benny View Post
    I stuck a $15 rotozip wannabe in my leg this summer while trimming my kicks :drag::o
    although I am sure that hurt, not sure that is the tools fault :wtf:

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    I blame it completely on the tool :p:gr_grin:

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    The tool using the tool? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniVanMan View Post
    Not to derail, but there can never be enough talk on safety. I had a router bit that didn't shatter but dulled very quickly and caught a knot, and I didn't have a firm grip on the router. The router went flying, luckily away from me and not at me. If it was at me, it would have been hospital for sure, and maybe worse.
    Ugh, I zipped a belt sander up the tail of my flannel "grunge" shirt in the 1990's. Lesson learned. Fortunately fashions changed.
    I'm not a complete idiot. Some parts are still missing.

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    Ooh, I have one of those. The whole thing vibrates badly, but it sure is quick!
    I'm not a complete idiot. Some parts are still missing.

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    I cut a slice off of my finger's tip using my planer/thicknesser the other day. I can't say it was the tool's fault.

    I like that dust collector. It's a bad thing they're very noisey though.
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    I havent found it to be very niosey for what it does. router, table saw, anything cutting wood dwarfs it in the noise dept.

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