Agreed. I once saw this on a container of grease: "Do not apply by hand to moving saw blades".
It could also be because of McDonalds bring sued for millions of dollars because some woman spilled hot coffee on herself.I think it's just that companies are so paranoid about getting sued that they have to put warnings for things that are incredibly obvious. I seem to recall once seeing "Never use while sleeping" on a propane blowtorch. Is it even physically possible to do that?
Contrary to popular belief, that one was in fact partially their fault. They were apparently serving the coffee hotter than normal, so took some of the blame. Additionally, and probably more importantly, she was found partially liable as well; her final settlement, rather than the absurd $10-50M I see quoted in many places, was $640K, much of that for medical bills.It could also be because of McDonalds bring sued for millions of dollars because some woman spilled hot coffee on herself.
Truthfully, this is when you need a calculator and actually have to do some math. You have to use gearboxes to match the rad/s, then feed them into a shaft junction. All of the torque will combine with no issues once the speed is the same.
Gearboxes are one of the most important things to understand the usage of in Rotarycraft.It's not that the speeds are fluctuating, they're just different.