Together, a buyer and a cutting table installer may install a cutting table the wrong
way round, leaving the cutter with very little room to break out the glass, or having
to spin a scored stock sheet before break out, a practice which has a very high failure
rate. This can also have serious implications for the health and safety of the cutter.
The installer may allow this to happen to avoid having to use extra cable runs which
were not in his original quotation. More fool the buyer who allows this to happen.