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Posted on UniSaw and SawStop TSA-ODC Over-Arm Dust Collection Assembly

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#1 posted 11-03-2018 01:00 AM

Go Sawstop…
Or go Sharkguard for the Unisaw. I had the splitter version of Sharkguard on my now gone Powermatic 66. Wonderful safety device. With the PM66 now gone, about to buy the ARK for my 1997 right tilt Unisaw. Just waiting for Lee to get back to me about re-using my existing 4” port guard or not. A highly recommended product for safety reasons of blade guard and dust collection.
Which makes me wonder… how many (if any) table saw accidents have occurred with the Sharkguard in use?

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