My jointer hasn't a pork's chop guard, but it has sliding guard instead.
Today I was jointing a piece of board and I had the doubt if I was using it properly.
The pics show the three different ways I can use it, my doubt is between the first one where the guard is placed as a bridge on top of the board forcing you to take off or move the hands away from that spot or the third one where the guard is only covering the spining blades. The second one is quite clear to me.
Maybe all three are wrong
Any info will be appreciated.