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    Glad you got away from this one. I never liked table saws since I saw a friend's Grandpa cut off his finger tips when I was a kid. Of course, the guy was in the mid 80s, had been through 2 wars amd a rough life, he wrapped a dirty towel around his fingers and continued cutting wood until someone dragged him a way to go to a hospital...

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    Everyone who works in a workshop has at one time or another has had something go seriously awry. It's scary as can be. I'm glad to hear you came out of it relatively unscathed.

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    Dave, Im happy to hear your basically ok, This could of ended badly! I hope you can work it out with Griz. There customer service has been very good when I have had any issues in the past.

    Be careful. and wear your safety glasses.

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    Wow, glad you're ok. You've just given me pause to be even more careful around my tablesaw!
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    Scary!

    Glad you walked away unscathed...

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    My table saw trip:

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    Luck my $^^, thaty was a gift. Where and to whom you direct your gratitude is your own choice, but for the rest of your life every minute you ues that hand is bonus time and should be treated as such.

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    Hi David,

    Glad to hear you escaped with only a minor injury, it certainly could have been a lot worse!! Hope you get your machine back up and running real soon.

    Cheers my friend!!

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    I had to take a trip to the ER last night after a run in with a saw. A few stitches was all that was required, so I'm feeling darn lucky this morning.

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