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    if you're coming out of the emergency surgery and the wife okays it, would you divert to Carbatec / your closest retailer or not.....

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    I think he's taking it back for a refund???
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    Quote Originally Posted by KBs PensNmore View Post
    I think he's taking it back for a refund???
    That’s GOLD!!!
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    Mates, Let me preface this by saying that I have no use for Stephen Gass and let it go at that.

    SawStop or the Bosch equivalent, as an investment in safety, it MUST be considered.

    For a new woodworker buying their first table saw the flesh sensing saw is mandatory.

    For a woodworker that has been through several classes, especially where safety was a major emphasis, a flesh sensing saw should be considered as a very strong or a non-negotiable option.

    For a woodworker that is very experienced they should have a flesh sensing saw.

    For a woodworker that is the salt of the earth, a flesh sensing saw falls into the "Do you really want to do with out it?"

    At AWFS in Las Vegas this year I had a very involved conversation with the Department Head at Cerritos college. About 2005 I had helped him to install 8 or 10 SawStop table saws. Cerritos has an enviable record of NO Amputations in well over 30 years. I asked, "Have you had any blade drops?" His answer shocked me, "Dozens, more than I can remember." He went on to say that only one involved blood and the others were touching the blade while it was moving, or hitting the fence or miter, or hitting wet wood and hitting the measuring tape.

    There are two thing that come to mind. Tape in hand, move the blade to get the tooth with the right hand set and measure the distance to the fence. Changing a saw blade, with the wench in place and pulling the blade toward you to tighten the arbor nut. Will either of these cause a blade drop?

    I can not comprehend touching a blade while it is spinning down so I'm assuming it is manually moving the blade. I just don't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KBs PensNmore View Post
    I think he's taking it back for a refund???
    I was thinking exactly the same thing.
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