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Posted on How safe is Sawstop?

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#1 posted 08-17-2017 06:36 PM

Listen. It works. The safety in a SawStop is there. That has been proven. ALSO the saw is of fantastic quality. It is an excellent unit. I believe most woodworkers if given the option would replace their own table saw with a SawStop. I can’t afford one, and I don’t believe I will ever spend what it costs to buy one. I am happy with the cabinet saw I have; so I just pay more attention when I use it. I don’t have that safety net. Ideally, you would have the safest saw and be as safe a woodworker as possible. How important is it to you? Again, it’s out there and it works. IF you want the safest table saw, get a SawStop. If you want to be a SAFE woodworker, a SawStop isn’t needed, but it helps.

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