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that does not appear to be OSHA approved equipment or
Sharpton for that matter


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Reminds me of the brush saw my uncle designed and built to
go on the front end of his 1938 J Deere tractor.

Talk about nothing runs like a Deere.

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"ChairMan" wrote in news:sobgw.347823$5U6.144627
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G. Ross wrote:

that does not appear to be OSHA approved equipment or
Sharpton for that matter


Maybe not, but it's probably quite safe. The blade pushes the chips away
from the operator, and the operator has the machine between him and the
blade. Wheel chocks may be a good idea, as the blade would tend to push
the saw back towards the operator if something bound.

The big dangerous spinning blade should keep others away. It's the kind of
human engineering I'd like to term "It's dangerous, make it look
dangerous."

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On 05 Dec 2014 06:47:27 GMT, Puckdropper wrote:

"ChairMan" wrote in news:sobgw.347823$5U6.144627
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G. Ross wrote:

that does not appear to be OSHA approved equipment or
Sharpton for that matter


Maybe not, but it's probably quite safe. The blade pushes the chips away
from the operator, and the operator has the machine between him and the
blade. Wheel chocks may be a good idea, as the blade would tend to push
the saw back towards the operator if something bound.

The big dangerous spinning blade should keep others away. It's the kind of
human engineering I'd like to term "It's dangerous, make it look
dangerous."

Puckdropper


So right, I've worked around industrial planers in lumber production all
my working life. All planers are dangerous but the belt machines have a
better safety record simply because they look every bit as dangerous as
they are, and when shut off everything stops at the same time.

Motorized machines look less intimidating and the heads all coast down
at different times

basilisk


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Dont hit a rock.....
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Puckdropper puckdropper(at)yahoo(dot)com wrote:
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news:sobgw.347823$5U6.144627
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G. Ross wrote:

that does not appear to be OSHA approved equipment or
Sharpton for that matter


Maybe not, but it's probably quite safe. The blade pushes
the chips
away from the operator, and the operator has the machine
between him
and the blade. Wheel chocks may be a good idea, as the
blade would
tend to push the saw back towards the operator if
something bound.

The big dangerous spinning blade should keep others away.
It's the
kind of human engineering I'd like to term "It's
dangerous, make it
look dangerous."

Puckdropper


Sorry......I forgot to put a sarcasm tag at the end of that.
I guess I thought the Sharpton reference made it ; )


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