View Poll Results: Where do you fall?

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  • SS Owner: brake has never fired and no injuries

    49 10.02%
  • SS Owner: I've been injured

    5 1.02%
  • SS Owner: Brake fired accidentally

    37 7.57%
  • SS Owner: Brake fired and prevented an injury

    8 1.64%
  • Non SS Owner: I've been injured

    69 14.11%
  • Non SS Owner: no injuries

    336 68.71%
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Thread: SawStop vs Non SS Table saws poll....Accidents and accidental firings

  1. #106
    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Dragin View Post
    I have been injured but not from a blade and the SS would have been disabled for what I was doing anyway.
    You should vote anyway. There's a category that best fits you somewhere if you don't assume this only applies to blade injuries and brakes being disabled. There's a reason I left it at just "I've been injured" and didn't specify anything else.

  2. #107
    Join Date
    Jun 2009
    Location
    Western Maryland
    Posts
    5,550
    I've had two kickback injuries from my 3 hp Uni...both my fault, neither one were blade (me getting cut) injuries.
    I drink, therefore I am.

  3. #108
    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    Location
    Thomasville, Georgia
    Posts
    1,143
    Non-SS owner - no injuries. Paying attention to setups and stopping when I don't feel safe has kept me from being hurt when using my table saw or other power tools. My worst shop injuries have been from a razor knife when cutting veneer!
    Bill Arnold
    Citizen of Texas residing in South Georgia.
    Food for Thought: The Ark was built by amateurs, the Titanic by professionals.

  4. #109
    I just got kicked in the gut a few days ago from the router table. Small ouchy, but nothing serious. That, and at least one guitar out of the next batch will have the back painted black. LOL. It sort of emphasizes keeping your hands out of the line of fire. It could have drawn them right in had I not been awake.

    I suspect that a lot of us have little woopsies on power tools from time to time and get away with it because of habits that keep you reasonably safe even when things don't go perfectly.

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