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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 03:18 AM

Probably the same number as any blade guard when used. The problem is the guard is usually was the first thing to go. I am as guilty as the next person on removing the guard but leaving the riving knife. I taught woodworking for 40 years and no Tablesaw accidents because they were required to use the blade guard. The last six years I taught the sawstop was what I used before that it was a powermatic with a Brett guard.


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