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Table Saw Kick Back

 

Table Saw Kick Back

More often then not, kick back on a table saw could be avoided simply by using a splitter. Especially, one with anti kick back pawls.

 
 
 
 

My experience with fellow woodworkers at the woodworking shows I attended were quick to point out they never used a splitter, and have never had a problem. Maybe so, but quite a number of those people I met who were interested in my products, were typically trying to improve the safety of there saw. Many had experienced kick backs and had the battle scars to prove it.

Table Saw Kickback Demonstration

 

Written by: Lee A. Jesberger © 2006 - 2010
Inventor of: Ezee-Feed Systems ® 

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