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    Hello friends. Today I want to show you Table Saw Drill Holder Stand. Drill Stand Holder For Table Saw Drill Cutting Bracket Electric Drill Cutting Stand Holder Seat Bracket for Stable Cutting Polishing Grinding Power Tools.... Just for 7$ Just a Stable and strong. Thanks

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    I am not sure how you intend to use that but it looks lethal, is there a reason why the blade is running backwards?.

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    Thanks Kwandotechnic! We've added your Drill To Table Saw Conversion to our Table Saws category,
    as well as to your builder page: Kwandotechnic's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Deadly. A circular saw blade attached to a sheet metal plate. You are kidding, correct?

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    Take this idea and put it right where it belongs.
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    Is their a minimum skill-level to tools and ideas that can be posted? Do all the machinists and toolmakers get tired of seeing this level of dangerous crap? For all the brilliant minds and top-notch skills I see on here....Then, someone comes along and drops one of these turds in the punch bowl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by high-side View Post
    Is their a minimum skill-level to tools and ideas that can be posted? Do all the machinists and toolmakers get tired of seeing this level of dangerous crap? For all the brilliant minds and top-notch skills I see on here....Then, someone comes along and drops one of these turds in the punch bowl.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by high-side View Post
    Is their a minimum skill-level to tools and ideas that can be posted? Do all the machinists and toolmakers get tired of seeing this level of dangerous crap? For all the brilliant minds and top-notch skills I see on here....Then, someone comes along and drops one of these turds in the punch bowl.
    I am not sure if it would be wise to filter out posts that we may feel are not up to our standards even if it were possible, most of them are simply looking to generate YouTube revenue and their stupid ideas are usually self professed as amazing or incredible. The danger is that some even bigger idiot may copy some of them and damage themselves but that is up to them. Maybe they need a common sense App for their so called smart phones.
    There is crap everywhere these days, on TV and advertising and we have all learnt to filter it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olderdan View Post
    I am not sure if it would be wise to filter out posts that we may feel are not up to our standards even if it were possible, most of them are simply looking to generate YouTube revenue and their stupid ideas are usually self professed as amazing or incredible. The danger is that some even bigger idiot may copy some of them and damage themselves but that is up to them. Maybe they need a common sense App for their so called smart phones.
    There is crap everywhere these days, on TV and advertising and we have all learnt to filter it out.
    I agree with you Dan. But, that's why I enjoy this site so much. It's sort of a retreat from all of that stupidity.


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