You can get grooving blades that clamp in like that, or circular saw blades. I use two with a spacer to cut long tenons, but the workpiece is clamped onto a traversing table and all the guards are in place.Point of order from a spindle moulder ignoramus.......but is that actually a spindle moulder at all? I mean, a moulder has a block, doesn't it, with vertical slits carrying knives? This looks more like a horizontal circular saw to me. Not that this nomenclature issue changes the level of danger involved.
Hard to believe it’s an advert for a manufacturer isn’t itOn the A G PAIK spindle moulder video that Trevanion posted the guy free handing the curved end grain on the small curved top panel between the 2 fences at about the 13 minute mark is just crazy, could have got very messy very quickly.