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Old 11-23-2008, 06:34 PM  
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The SawStop, a very impressive saw and a very impressive safety feature. I saw it first eight years ago and it is much improved now. We look at a couple of new books and test a 8' level, a folding framing square, a whimsical but handy floodlight and more, take a look.

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Old 11-23-2008, 10:35 PM  
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Hello Graham:
Thank you for the latest report. The folks at Swanson must stay up a lot of nights to come up with all their helpful tools.
I'm betting the Saw Stop will not cost as much extra as the liability insurance would, in case a Technical Student or an employee lost half a hand.
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Glenn, I'm sure that that is the message they are trying to put across. You would think that all of the small commercial shops would jump on the tool. The one-person cabinet shop would be out of business for some time if a finger or hand is lost.

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