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When you don't clamp your properly

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When you don't clamp your properly

Postby RogerS » 15 Oct 2015, 07:07

I had this piece of timber as a backer piece to prevent breakout while passing through the spindle moulder using the sliding tenon sled.

But I'd not clamped it up tightly enough and before you could say 'Bang', the cutter block had ripped it out and fired it out the back of the dust shroud extraction pipe. Then I popped indoors for a change of clothes. :oops:

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