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Posted on table saw kickback cause by the saw?

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#1 posted 01-21-2018 08:27 PM

I ve never been a fan of standing in a certain place.

More of a fan of learning how to not have a kickback in the first place.

Of course your fence needs to be set up properly, I keep mine equal distance.
The next thing to learn is not to let go of your piece until you have gone past the blade.
If you push it all the way through how can you have kick back?

You can t run a warped, crooked piece without the chance of trouble, so you have to learn when a piece can be a problem or not, before you cut it.

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Two things. You are a seasoned table saw user (not everyone is) 2, That’ like saying I don’t wear a seat belt because I drive safe.

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