Get well soon – and beware of the blood thirsty router plane as well!
Don’t ask how, but it’s the tool where I got the most cuts from…
PS: Your cut is rather deep. I cut myself with the marking knife too, but never much deeper than the skin. Therefore I assume that you work with relatively much force. Perhaps that may be a bit too much force…
Hehe, someone’s learning a lot today. 😛 For me, it’s a toss-up which is worse: a marking knife cut, or a newly sharpened handsaw jumping from it’s kerf onto my thumb at full speed.
A knife wall only needs to be about 1/32 – 3/64 deep, enough to see and prevent tear-out. Too deep, and the cut is widened, which can defeat the advantage over just using a pencil.
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