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    did it stop the saw

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    Two years on I am pleased to report everything grew back fine and dandy.

    Curiously I now have more feeling in the damaged finger than the other one. Lots of nice new nerve endings I suppose.

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    same happened to me but with a drill press I didn't use a vice and the metal I was drilling span at high speed and went through my index finger length ways about 1 1/2" my finger looked like a cheese string

    It was 6 30am and I had only just started my shift (I was only 20yrs old at the time) never done that again

    James

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke11cnc View Post
    It was 6 30am and I had only just started my shift (I was only 20yrs old at the time) never done that again

    James
    back inth old days when they would let you out for a whole hour to wrap some gaffer tape aroud it ?

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    Yes mark I had to wait until I finish my shift at 2.00pm and the hospital was 25 miles away
    this was in the days when you had no option but to make your own way there

    I was making a bracket for a machine ( I was a machine setter)

    Toilet tissue and gaffer tape and back to work for 8 hrs and then 4 hrs sewing my finger up at A&E

    James

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