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p.739 #1 · p.739 #1 · Mustang Air to Air: The Sequel


Yup, that's my saw. Thank you again Ken, I'll contact DeWalt in the morning.







Aug 07, 2022 at 01:07 PM
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Thanks Ken. Mine broke off over a year ago and I threw it away. I just ordered the repair kit, although I don't know if I will install it, unless I give it away to my son-in-law when I get old(er) The rear guard assembly is located in one place I have never exposed an appendage while the power was connected, and I have been using sliding miter saws for over 20 years. My first one didn't have one.

This will not keep me from continuing with my project:










Aug 07, 2022 at 02:44 PM
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Ray Swindle wrote:
Thanks Ken. Mine broke off over a year ago and I threw it away. I just ordered the repair kit, although I don't know if I will install it, unless I give it away to my son-in-law when I get old(er) The rear guard assembly is located in one place I have never exposed an appendage while the power was connected, and I have been using sliding miter saws for over 20 years. My first one didn't have one.

This will not keep me from continuing with my project:

https://www.rayswindlepix.com/img/s/v-10/p872685744-5.jpg



The article that I read didn't say people were cutting themselves with the saw. It said that the guard failed (and I guess fell into the blade) and then it's parts became projectiles that caused injuries to the saws operators.



Aug 07, 2022 at 07:25 PM
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kwbarnes wrote:
The article that I read didn't say people were cutting themselves with the saw. It said that the guard failed (and I guess fell into the blade) and then it's parts became projectiles that caused injuries to the saws operators.


Yeah, when mine flew off it went down on the floor. I didn't know what happened until I found the broken guard.

I was referring to the "exposing the saw blade" statement in the recall: "The plastic rear guard assembly can break/shatter when struck, exposing the saw blade and posing a laceration hazard".




Aug 07, 2022 at 07:33 PM
 


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andydean wrote:
Thanks for all the kind words, I appreciate it. Surprised the Supercub went over so well, I thought that one was a little blurry and not quite as sharp on the plane. I got that photo late in the evening around 10:00 or so, better light. The majority of traffic out there is going in the middle of the day, most of my photos are around then. I'll look into the clone stamp feature thanks for the heads up about that, I just got Lightroom a couple days ago so green as hell on the editing and post production.

Love all your shots, I could watch those float planes all day long, they have always been my favorite.
I see Rusts is still flying.
Was a 17 year waiting list before to get your plane on Lake Hood, wonder what it is now ?



Aug 08, 2022 at 07:51 AM
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I had a miserable scare today. This morning I had to visit 2 high school preseason football practices to get random photos for a preseason feature later this month. Everything went well, very well. Had a 3rd high school this afternoon. As usual, I took shots and occasionally checked the exposure and compositions. Everything looked good. Drove home (after a stop at the hardware store to pick up more nails and screws). Pulled a ProGrade SD card out of the R6, inserted it into the ProGrade reader then uploaded to PhotoMechanic. Hmm...no photos found, so I tried uploading them directly into LR...no photos found! Is it the card reader? I put the SD card back in the camera (the second card was never taken out). When I pressed the replay button I got a message there were no images. I ran the ProGrade card repair program and it didn't see the images. Holy Crap! I called the editor and told him what happened and I could not send in the images. I put the card back in the camera, went outside to take photos to see if they would show up on the card. After shooting about 25 images it pushed the playback button, saw the images I had just taken. I continued to scroll forward...and then the football preseason photos showed up!!! What the heck? I uploaded them to PM and LR and sent them to the editor. He thinks I am a hero, but I still can't figure out what happened. Any thoughts? I just got the R6 back from Canon last week after they replaced the shutter. Camera has been work perfectly up until this happened.


Aug 08, 2022 at 09:16 PM
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Iga Swaitek is here in Toronto for NBO Toronto Cup. Caught her at the practice nets.





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Aug 08, 2022 at 10:34 PM
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Hi Ray, that is terrible! I wish I could explain it, but I'd do some experimenting until you are satisfied that it isn't going to happen again, and while your repair is still under warranty.


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