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    Quote Originally Posted by dom14 View Post
    Yes, you're being harsh and in a pretty pointless way, 'cos I am non of those things you were painting me as above.
    Your comments do have a point,

    except they are pointing at the wrong fella and in the wrong thread.
    All my posts in this thread are based on your posts and your posts only, I could get really petty and post screenshots if you like or repost the photos that YOU have posted that support the points made? Or are you denying it on purpose to piss people off?



    Dunno how much I've been contributing myself, but I'll have to watch that by trying to be bit more serious, but
    then I fear I may piss off somebody else instead of you.
    No problemo if you don't apologize for the harsh way you've treated this thread and my request for advice, but I have no problem with apologizing if I have in anyway ridiculed your skills or anybody's 'cos had I've done that, that was totally unintentional.

    you can start with your rocket science comment on the previous page. I find that hard to believe it was unintentional. To ask for advice and the go on about how simple it is to rectify when you didn't even know how to do it or completely understand the point you were trying to make. That's not the first time that has happened either. Is that also a deliberate act to piss people off?

    As for @Ben-e-boy, regardless of your harshness, most of your comments have been useful to me. For that, I give you. Please don't be concerned. I am not the person you see in few pictures, posts and comments.
    Pointless way? Nope. Tough but fair and straight to the point, and those points have merit. A pointless way would have been to sugar coat it. You'll likely just ignore this like you do with so many other peoples advice when it doesnt match what you want to hear anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben-e-boy View Post
    Pointless way? Nope. Tough but fair and straight to the point, and those points have merit. A pointless way would have been to sugar coat it. You'll likely just ignore this like you do with so many other peoples advice when it doesnt match what you want to hear anyway.
    If you wanna calm down a bit & post those things in the relevant threads, then it's ok.
    The rest of the complaints about me asking for advice and then not taking it need to be posted in the relevant threads.
    Or if you already have done that in those relevant threads, then lets forget and move on.
    It is my responsibility to follow up with the advice or suffer the consequences, not yours.

    If you really do give a damn about your "duty of care" for me & 'bystanders', then by all means do take all the necessary
    actions except posting stuff here that are totally unrelated to this thread. Those threads you mentioned are still active if you wanna have a crack at me or there always are PMs. If you PM, I'll let you know my personal details, so you can personally tell me and show me my idiocy by showing up at my place, assuming you do carry that "duty of care" for me and bystanders as much as you say you do.

    So no keyboard fart battles here please mate. Constructive criticism & advice only. If the person don't take your advice that they ask for, then try not taking it too personally.

    Below are the things I am interested in discussing.

    https://www.pfonline.com/products/me...improve-safety

    http://www.bosch-presse.de/pressport...tem-42538.html

    https://www.worksafe.vic.gov.au/__da...rs-2011-03.pdf

    I opened the thread as a light hearted discussion to find out why the angle grinders not having a braking system and I more or less got the answers I require from you and others, as well as answering my own questions myself as a part of the brainstorming process, hence the reason I enjoy these discussions.

    We've already dealt with the topic a fair bit in this thread and that's with your help, obviously.

    So, lets not continue irrelevant conversations in this thread. This is my last post replying to you, unless it is about angle grinders safety & their braking systems.
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    I am considering kevlar safety gloves with angle grinder handling & similar stuff.

    Are they any good or recommended?
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    Because you live in the Peoples Democratic Republic of Victoria, legislation undoubtedly says you need to use one of these https://www.google.com.au/search?q=e...MgkP-iAvmq7HM:

    But get in and get the Grinding done quick... you won't have enough power soon and the proletariat will be banned from using what little amount is available.

    In the free state of WA we don't use any gloves with Angle Grinders 'cause we are tougher than 10 month old sun dried Wombat Turd and we learnt to try and avoid hitting any flesh 'cause it wears the grinding disc out too quick.

    Bottom line as always is if in doubt try using your head
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    if you not sure about using an angle grinder may i suggest you use one of these. https://www.dlsweb.rmit.edu.au/toolb...ls/08files.htm
    much safer, more accurate and saves power.
    if its worth doin its worth over doin

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    Quote Originally Posted by garett View Post
    if you not sure about using an angle grinder may i suggest you use one of these. https://www.dlsweb.rmit.edu.au/toolb...ls/08files.htm
    much safer, more accurate and saves power.
    thank you. More smartarse comments are all I need.
    Didn't you read the heading of the thread? Or are you also having a hissy fit and looking for action that's lacking in your Saturday at home? A nice constructive thread that should be about angle grinder safety has turned into a shit battle, and you have no trouble
    adding more shit into it, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dom14 View Post
    If you wanna calm down a bit & post those things in the relevant threads, then it's ok.
    The rest of the complaints about me asking for advice and then not taking it need to be posted in the relevant threads. I will not be posting that in the many threads where this has occured.
    Or if you already have done that in those relevant threads, then lets forget and move on. Many others have.
    It is my responsibility to follow up with the advice or suffer the consequences, not yours. you're dam right it is

    If you really do give a damn about your "duty of care" for me & 'bystanders', then by all means do take all the necessary
    actions except posting stuff here that are totally unrelated to this thread. Those threads you mentioned are still active if you wanna have a crack at me or there always are PMs. If you PM, I'll let you know my personal details, so you can personally tell me and show me my idiocy by showing up at my place, assuming you do carry that "duty of care" for me and bystanders as much as you say you do.

    for the simple fact that I bothered to waste my time telling you that you are a hazard and need proper training whilst others say nothing means I take it very seriously. Duty of care means "A moral or Legal obligation to ensure the saftey or well being of others. Just because you don't want to hear it doesn't mean it is not true. Who the hell are you to compare my attitude to safety with the basis of spending thousands of dollars to get to the other end of the country to give you free lessons. That is really piss poor. The simple fact that I and others have used the term proper training should be saying something


    So no keyboard fart battles here please mate. Constructive criticism & advice only. If the person don't take your advice that they ask for, then try not taking it too personally.
    keyboards battle? Ha! My points are short, sharp, direct and constructive. Constructive criticism doesnt mean coated in sugar.

    Below are the things I am interested in discussing.

    https://www.pfonline.com/products/me...improve-safety

    http://www.bosch-presse.de/pressport...tem-42538.html

    https://www.worksafe.vic.gov.au/__da...rs-2011-03.pdf

    There is not much to discuss on that. If you want a braked grinder, buy one. Like I said on the previous page, they have been commercially available for some time. You do not have the ability to make one yourself.

    I opened the thread as a light hearted discussion to find out why the angle grinders not having a braking system and I more or less got the answers I require from you and others, as well as answering my own questions myself as a part of the brainstorming process, hence the reason I enjoy these discussions.

    We've already dealt with the topic a fair bit in this thread and that's with your help, obviously.

    So, lets not continue irrelevant conversations in this thread. This is my last post replying to you, unless it is about angle grinders safety & their braking systems.
    it is all relevant. You, power tools, accidents, reinvention of wheels, common sence and skills.
    This thread is all about safety, it's all relevant. You have multiple threads on multiple forums
    All this is is another tool for you to get out of spending money to do something and do it the nastiest way possible for free.
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    FYI, I couldn't give rat's arse about what laws they have about power tools safety & what is allowed and what is not.
    I opened the damn thread to discuss a DAMN TECHNICAL ISSUE of possibilities.

    NOT DAMN POLITICAL BULLSHIT any off you wanna discuss.


    I simply should've googled instead of opening this bullshit here. I get it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dom14 View Post
    FYI, I couldn't give rat's arse about what laws they have about power tools safety & what is allowed and what is not.
    I opened the damn thread to discuss a DAMN TECHNICAL ISSUE of possibilities.

    NOT DAMN POLITICAL BULLSHIT any off you wanna discuss.


    I simply should've googled instead of opening this bullshit here. I get it.
    And there it is. You give a rats about the laws of what you can and can't do with power tools. Yet still have the hide to question other people on their attitude
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