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The All Important First Cut

Tweet There are very few universal rules in the world. One rule that comes pretty close is that you should always take it slow and easy when making the first cut in any material using any tool. The importance of this … Continue…

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Thin Kerf Saw Blades and Loss of Stiffness

Tweet Thin Kerf Saw Blades   I got curious about how much easier it was to damage a thin kerf saw blades than a regular kerf saw blade. I worked on it most of the day and finally found the answer … Continue…

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Can This 10” Saw Blade Be Saved?

Tweet Online question: Two teeth came off my “Big Box Store” saw blade. Should I keep using it? Answer It depends on how and why the teeth came off. Typically those teeth are about a C-4 grade which gives you … Continue…

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How to Prepare for an OSHA Inspection

How to Prepare for an OSHA Inspection – Have your paperwork done and show them you take it seriously Continue…

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Electrician Safety

Inspect tools regularly -replace worn or damaged tools Continue…

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Edge Eyewear Safety Tests from Carbide Processors 1C

Edge Eyewear Safety Tests from Carbide Processors 1C Continue…

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Edge Eyewear Safety Tests from Carbide Processors 1B

Edge Eyewear Safety Tests from Carbide Processors 1B Continue…

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Edge Eyewear Safety Tests from Carbide Processors – Ballistics

Edge Eyewear Safety Tests from Carbide Processors – Ballistics Continue…

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Edge Eyewear Safety Tests from Carbide Processors – Astigmatism

Edge Eyewear Safety Tests from Carbide Processors – Astigmatism Continue…

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Edge Eyewear Safety Tests from Carbide Processors – Resolution

Edge Eyewear Safety Tests from Carbide Processors – Resolution Continue…

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