Wow, lots of advice here. I made a few cuts on a cabinet I am building. I might have been able to do it on my table saw, but I would've had to move things because of the length of cabinet side. The RAS did well. I made sure the blades were tight, and took it slow. It did try to climb cut, but slow and steady pressure kept me in control of it. I operate metal lathes and Mills at work, so I have a pretty good understanding of the physics of it. I have also freed a few employees from the jaws of automation, and I still get that gut sickening feeling thinking about seeing your co-worker hung in a piece of equipment. Upper management didn't like how I blamed the company for creating situations that put employees at risk on accident reports. I would just like to see a few safety improvements instead of them merely looking the other way to save a few dollars. Anyhow, lots of teeth on them blades and I respect it. Thanks for y'alls advice.
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